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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 13, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY; DECEMBER T3r ISnS v IflURNEYl BEING HELD, [ ,1teritish army, was defeated Pfcl �Art)ore, of tlie American navy.'-* In tlie flyweight class semi-finals, "K. 0."�Browa. oi tlie Amerlcaa army, defeated J. Percival, of tlie British army. . la-Uie light-heavyweight division* PiBj;, ot the BritisJi army, beat Harry Greh. of the -American navy, of Pittsburg. Mike O'Dowd, of the American army and (world's champion middleweight, of St. Paal, beat Harold j Bilph, of Canada, on points. Eddie McGoorty, of the American army, of O^kosh, defeated Chorroks, of CALGARY �ER Death of Mi*�Bigelow - Old Timer Mdves Away-A LOXDOX. Dec. 13. - (Canadian south�'Airica, on points. It was the | In International Boxiftg Bouts, (From Onr'Owiii-'CorfesDondentl ' . GARpSTQlSr,. .iJ|B&. ,>,12.-There. 4*, another deatli in Cardston as a result of the 'flu. The second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. O. BiglOW s-.icciumbed on Friday last and was hyried the following day. The ser-1 vices at the grave were iPpnference Held at Ottawa Tries I *iTo Establish Understahdihg [I Be^een English and ' ' French .   Political ; "soldi ers' . voTfe" * ''Will Not Himself Mix in Politiea and '; Wishes iyien,.to..B� Fr��. Fr^iri. ' WITH THE CANADIAN COUPS, . Dec. 6.~'(Vta London, Doc. 10).-(By J. F. jBvLiy^s^y, Canadian Press Cor-reap^ndenl/.M-Soirfe',Can�dJ4p news-papern' to hahd. B'peculate' �% to the part Sir Arthur Currie. may play ia the future political Htejin' Canada. It ihay he stated with, authority that nothing is further from the tiilnd ot the convraonderof the Canadian corps than entering polttlcs after the war, ^ nor is ho bound by politloi^l. afftlla-ttlonsto any p^trtlcular party. As  private citizen he ff\U past hfs V9to wth consideration onlyfor the men and the measures before'the electorate; .  . ' � He deprecated suggestions th�t returning soldiers will, be. exgOolted as an independent political' forCe with which the old partiesc will toave to reckon, and believes that Ijiey,,will , return to their citizenship, and take up again theif personal duties in the same spirit-of devotion to the hept interests of Canada as has characttr-Ized their work in the field. Whether the individual soldier pr�-fera to do this through one or another political party iv Is for himself to decide. They return with characters strengthened and ideals elevated by the ordeel of the past four years and those qualities "Should prove a sllniu-latlng value to the geneml bodj' of �fiitlzehshlp. LONDON, Defe ;l^-^(Reuter'8.)--^^ Many ijiterestiiig; riojiiits 'in'ConnectioH with the'future doVeibfiirient^ of aviation are fotiiihed oriiiiiir the] report of the civil aerial traii^porti^comraittee j of the air boards. I'he committee urges Immediately commencement ot i preliminary work, such as inquiries regarding routes, landing grounds and airdromes, and the establishment of a research bureau. It: also empha-; sizes the necessity for a. preliminary o�.-, �'iiOttawa: For the promotion of' a ----------- _ conducted tetter understanding between BngUsh ^jgc,8gion wlt� the dominions and Press-via Reuter's).-The beat bouts ' first appearance in the tournament of at the British Empire-American ser- McOoorty and G'Dowd.' vices boxing tonrmunent held In'the In the seml-fiuals of the feather-Albert Hall yesterday were those he- weigl^t clas^ Eddie Coulon, of the tweoit welterweights, Sergt Basfii- American army, beat Pte. Peats, of am. British army, and Sergt. J. At- Auatrslia. Coulon comee from New wood, Caaada. .Atwood put: up a re- Orleans. ' markably godd fight, but was be�an p. c. Ijaney, ot the American nav^, on paints. Other Canadiaa results defftdtea Qnartermaster-Sergt. Evans, were;.. Flyweight tflass: Sergt. Percival, Britlsax army/ kiiocked ont Pte. Sims, iof the BriUsh army. King Visits LONDON, Dec. 12.-The teams; of MooaA round; toaatam clart: PteiEv^ the British army-and.thenayy,^ the aiLS Australia, Seat Sergt Jon�s on -Canadian army ahd tiie XJ^d States point?-. ifeatherw,�JiBW. c>a�B:.;ilrit ser- Army �niiAhnny .tagii, .Hamilton, secretary ~- - , H. Hunter, of Toronto, Supreme pt ?.;Hl!|.i Spring . to Mr. Jacob Len2,^?>lef Ranger I.O.P.; J. M. Parrel, K. -^^J?-> yestei'day held an auction;|6'. Of Kingston; Riidblph Bedard,i sale of. hte-livestock and implements't(6*�a8. Dugiiette, Lyman Lee, Hanrll-in Cardstoin;, Tib weather was flne4J**nr and Dr.'O. J. Hochon, Ottawa. '^ere.were over 40 delegates in all. 'i: Napoleon Chaniiiagne and Aurfit .jje.-. |*r, Ferrell has heen^Jjien Belanger, M.A., Ph.D., with Mr.' jof-'Alherta for a goo^Hikel, Dr. Edward* tnd Mr. Godfrey ting at Mt^w'ere appointed ^4-, committee to .gather informatloh.jupoii thei Jcdndiliohs and troubles existing"tfetweeft Enjgl^sh and French speaWng Cahadlstns. ,:' ^ '-The sessions were addressed by -jtere'tav;! air'residft . .ifiany;'^*iri}, first locating View'hntl lateJf'Temoving' to the Coch-, rane 'lands! ' 'JHis danghler^ Is now attehding^the Norjfiii|lisW�'l gary, and;^ when her, c�%rs� Js- com- ^ TAKE YOUR RADIATOR TROUBLES / / TO ANDY ; THE RADIATOR MAN -418 FIFTH STREET jSOUTH V HE'Ll, fIX'.IT ; sent service trophies and emblems to Hhe Mnnlng teams and; individuals. ^"Double iprices werd" offered for tickets i last night, bur none were availahle. finals. In A,lbert Hall The tournament was held^ m Albert Hall and the ring was flanlted'6*'one Auto Repair Work HANDLED PROMPTLY AND CAREFUI:.LY 1 STORAGE ACCESaORIES Central Garage PHONE 1023 Old Roller Rink. oer. 3rd St & 4th Avenue S., LethbHdB* yt. H. DOW LING W. 8. COOK SUN BRIAR TO RACE IN FRANCE. BALTIMORE.-WiUis Sharpe Kll-mer^ntends to send Sun Briar and Exterminator to Fi-ance if racing is resumed there next year. He has a full brother to Sun Briar, a 2-year-old, which is now at Newmarket, England, in the care of Alexander Taylor, which win beifent to France. It is his intention to divide his string of horses into two diviaions, as he believes ,that no trainer can do full Justice, to more than 12 horses. Henry McDMilel, his recetit- trainer, will have charge ot one jrebtion and J. Simon Healy the other. Should Sun Briar and Exterminator be sent to Franfco next year Healy will accompany the horses. ! side by the royal and^ollier boxes,. > *  ohuUenge for the America's ? !?>?>*?>>* while on the other sid6 .was. i , M'c.'^Hohert Ibey'3bM:,:hih ranch on: Lees Creek this week no Mr. Mark 5.>Beazer, who Is oh'e' The Hudson's Bay Co. is givins away a $100.00 Victory Bond for the nearest estimate. was operated on for appendicitis, liasj- either class do something Ob-made very favorable progress and-; ^___., n,, ,fui, rinti� very will soon be sitting up and moving about. The holiday trade keeps the stores busy these days, and very attractive window displays are being made by the grocery houses especially. . We ar^ pleased to note the return of .Mr. Chauncey B. Snow, recently IF YOU ARE LOOKING lor Economical and Real Honest Service at Moderate Cost YOU ARE MAKING NO MISTAKE /By Having Your Repairing and Oyerhauling Done at the [Palace Garage9 2nd Ave. S.. ~ fSTOODART A RAVEN - AUTOMOTIVE ENGINEERS _:_- ��;h;;.; '^Mi I have acquired all other 'Interest, apart from that previously ->,ffiwned by myself, In the bnsineep known as the Bijou Motor Parlors, im^., and am now giving the budlnesa my. personal attention. .�J* T}jej,name lias been changed to tl^eVBijj^ Mofpi*, a now repair? .l-iiop JiasVeobn-ijiatalled, alteration^, njade ts^-this ?.^uildlng and every ;ifacility prodded for to ensure better,jervlcfe Yoijr business will be  .4inven careful and complete satisfactory attention. ^ BIJOU MOTORS ndar-PanoMl Maiwgemenl of OWn�r,.H. E.-Renkenberaar,, Kl^T '"'^ Sergt. Rii^^pf the I- - 1^;^^-at""S^p SeSoorty, American ^a'rmy, of ^^it^'^^^I^'' ^T'' flrtf Osl,kosh,.after defeating ChcT^oiiks of , fjf v ^l^t ^"^^a^^VJ^u kI" South Africa, fell before Billj,, JfVells, 1 y"""* '"^"^ ^� of the British army, in the jiemt^nals. Augie Tlatner, American army;�.fought his way through to the flnaltf?where fie defeated Sergt. Fuller, ortlie" British army, on pomts. Ratnejr-.^c.09ies from New. York and was'forjner American amateur welterweight', champion, ''u:^. Following the British arm'y. and the American army, with HO .and.referee stopping the 15j;ht t6Vpr|rent fierth-�jW1c> being knocked Q^t; B$6se O'Dowd, American arrai^, had a tough job beating Sergt. Rolph, Canada, in the second,series, the American middleweight champion only winning on points. Pte. Ratner, American army, in the semi-finals talddlewelgfits.'". (lefeated Pte. Blanchard, Canada, the latter' giving up in the tUrd louai. Jectionable to the other, the" thing done and the individuals who do It may be dpen to criticism. But we should �iyoid the pracllco ot applying unfavorable epithets to and heaping opprobrium on the whole of the class to Which these individuals belong." CAN BE DEMOBILIZED l^lGdeftas easy as ^r. Ends all tire troubles^' Stopsiv tire repair bilk Makes your car dependaj^le/: Lasts V ' indefinitely. Money liack if yon want it after a monthVuse. \ FARM FRODUCTS, LETHBRIDGE GENERAL AGENTS LETHBRIDGE DISTRICT 218 SHERLOCK BUILDING  BERNE, Dec. 12.-The mihtery miu ister, C. De Coppet, "in the Swias par- -, . _ liament-yesterday declared that there pleased to. speak further ot their ex-R|j.re now sufficient volunteers for the perlences,.;ln the , ftfture. :troiitler guards, and that theretoris "the regular troops can he' demobilized. The volunteers are- receiving 8 1-2 francs a day. A boy XUNner's gallantry; BRITISH:iIEAD(3fUAliTBRS, Nov; 13.-One begihs to^ear many stories; as to what the. Germans thought of our troops, and It is certain that they had. a most wholesome respect for the British, soldier,'The following is a fair sample;- V When the Germapjirf were attacking Armentieres they wW^ held up by a machine-gun detachiifent of the 34th Division. ?/ Again and again 'fhey tried to advance only to be mown .down. At last when the poaitlon was surroundeil, a Prussian officer advanced hearing a white flag to invite surrender in what must ultimately prove a hopeless, con BRITISH ADVANCE ; LONDON, Dec. 12.-(British wlre-iess)-The British advance guards iiiave entered the city ot Bonn and I'liave taken possession of the bridge �over the Rhine thfere. ' ' EXTENSION OF CONTROL WASHINGTON, JDec. 11.-Extension pi the period of government control | (ft railroads for five years, until Jan.' 1924, was recommended by congress jitonlght by Director-General McAdoo. SPEND GHRISTMAS BACK HOMl Imperial Limited to Montreal $118:45 in Eastern Canada Trans-Canada to Toronto S163.20 Double jMSL. ''3�"'>'� Datlyi l^^Hl> Train ym'IMl Train Service mDJfjJSf ' Service Corresponding Fares to Safe, Comfortable Travel on Other Eastern Points the World's Greatest Highway ' Compartment Observation Cars, Standard and Tourist Sieei^ert. , Excellent Dining Car Service, Tickets sold during "DiBcember,are good for 60 days. Extension will be granted by a payment of $5.00 for each extra fifteen days. FOR FURTHER IIMFORMATION AND RESERVATIONS: J. GORDON, TICKET AGENT, PHONE 512 J. E. PROCTOR, DISTRICt PASSENGER AGENT, CALGARY. W. A. PATTON DEAD 1;, NI3W YORK, Dec. 12.--WlUlam A. *atton, author, art student and tor- test. He found all �the maehine-gun^jSjjgp newspaper publisher, died In a ners but one lying dead, and this ajiJjotel herB yesterday, ko was- 71 . Speaking in English, he.'z-^^arR Old. . � meye, lad. .�speaKing jn cjub'^bu, "�.vve iiBke'd him to surrender; proraislrig him, it. nd treatment as aibt^ve taan.'VM'; Ijld answered that. he'-me'iut' to 'di^�; 'wfith his coraradee.^Miid . advised the;' officer to retire if he valued his llte| This he did, and the'cordon continued^ to pour bullets into the post until thsj solitary machine-gun was silenced. ''t! The Germans were profoundly Im-i pressed by' mis fanwtoJficent 'att?,'.ot-lieroism, >M-iLi0!SFWMve't6id tfiq, j_story jiretty widely.-Heuter. J HOW MANY YARDS OF SILKINE ARE IN OUR SHOW WINDOW? Rylands & Co. are giving away a IrfFur Coat worth $150.00 Free for ' the nearest estimate. Also thfeo other valuable prizes. , A coupon ' with every sale of $1.00 or over. Pi* .. �� , - AUTOMOBILE TIRE3 Eleven Thousahd Dollars Worth. We will sell at a special disciiunt lip to December 31st, next : All tires this, sessoh's stock*. Must niuke r,boni fpr spring shipment. All the standard makes and sijes including, our special Diainond.itaeegee., This; l.s,your,opporiuciity. plsplay at our .show i,r00m,. , '.^.....�,.�.,'��.;.�, ' � ' i , ''i BAAtlM MOTOR Go: BACK OF UNION BAIVIIf LEAVE YOUR OLD TIRES AND TUBES IN OUR RED CROSS BOX 0947?6 40 ;