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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE t^ETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD tmuMsda;^. DECEMBER4?,;j:di9 Bringing up father- By G. McManuF liHe-b THE OP FOR HEK- VyE?.'^oo ^'^E NOT COlNestlr themieivei. Meantime, while there is good � , ice at th|9 lake the hockey fiends are itching to get alt it. Cappy ' Poapst's IHasbeens and Kerb e ussd. It 'vras made in ordjer to assist In popularizing the game afid because �':t)iere is no rule in the laws ot the ' same prerentlng the use ot snbsti-^itutes. .7^. , � . � � MINISTER OP WAR RESIGNS .COPENHAGEN, Dec. 18.-Herr Ejaadafberg, secretary ot publicity in the German government, has announced to the congress of sojdiers Bud 'workmen that Gen. Schuesh, the JPrasBjan minister of vnr, has re-ipied. ( �I Opening of Boxing Season Finds Colored Glove Artists in Better Favor . MILWAUKEE, Wis.--TVIth the opening of the boxing season in the middle west- the younger members ot the mitt game are getting busy. Last seaconj the game did not thrive in the middle west in fact, it was a very disappointing one and proved a losing one for the promoters. Many of the first-line boxers are on ? . -  ? TORONTO. Dec. 18.-De La ? ? Salle Institute of Toronto, last ? ? season's junior champions, havtf ? retired from competition in the > > Ontario Hockey Association. > � .? > ?  ? ?? 'Yours truly, � W; D. L. HARDIE, Maj'or. LONDON, Def 18.-The followlDK partioulp.rb' are nvailablo of "deeds which were recognized toy the ! con� ferment of the Military Cross: ,  Cnpt. Daniel Blssell. Kindfersley, Sask.,'twice led his company in splendid fashion against machine gun nosts, reaching final obJeotiveB., Went. Thomas P. Carter, White-wood, Sask., dashed forward rwith a machine gun section thrbiigH'a heiavy fli-o, driving out the enemy ''with, bombs. ,1 Capt. Elmer Dickinson, Morden, Man?, uttendod wounded in post'attacked by enemy flying very, .low^, when many casualties occurred,, . Capt. Basil George, Wlapella, Saslc, crawled to an erapla6ement\yith three men and killed all the crew, Capt. ^/ntms 3, MpGlaahan,; VAu-oouver,. followed a tank witli la machine gun to the enemy lines, tiring from the top intp th^ enemy. ^ Capt, .Alexander McCrae, Winnie peg, decliued to retire, although aert-oualy wounded in thb face, iintil tliei position was captured. (Capt. E. R. Milne, Winnipeg, al-tllodgh severely �Wounded, would not leave the trench until ifiie line was estaiblished. takeVour RADIATOR troubles ANDY THE RADIATOR MAN :418 FIFTH STREET 80UT>1 \ . HE'LL Fix IT . DEMOCRATS BIG LEAD NEW YORK, Dec. 17.-Alfred' E. Smith, governor-elect, lacked only 593 votes of trebling .the lead of Governor Whitman in. the count, completed today, of ballots cast by New York city soldidrs and a� the November gubernatorial election. He .received a total of 11,675 votes, and Mr. Whitman only 4,256. The addition of the soldier and sail-, or votes gave* these totals for the two candidates: Smith, 559,251 ;':vyhltraan, 290,997.- FiRST OFFICIAL CALL LONDON. Dec. 17.-John W, Davis, the new Ani^srican ambassador at London, made his first official call today, when lie went to the foreign office to see A. J. Balfour, thb foreign, secre; tary. The now ambasuador will present his credentials (o King George within a few days...  , Qactt, Pcdiody&Co.. of (lMd4.'Lidu'tM THREE MEN ARRESTED - CALGARY, Dea. 18.-Suinmbhses have been' issued for the appearanco in'the police court on -Wednesday morning of .X.'T. DeOj'manager of the Mountain Spring' Bre^vlnl^ '"cbmpa'hy'i� and p. J> McManns and Thomas R. Stone,, manager of the KingiEJdward' hotel, upon charges of keeping liquor for sale and also under the brdbr-in-council .forbidding the importing: of liquor into the, province. This is in connection with the haul Of about |25,0.0& i worth of whiskey made by the police on Friday evening last cellar of a vacant houBC. Auto Repair Work HA^NDLED PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY STORAGE ACCESSORIES Central Garage PHONE 1023 Old Roller Rink, eor. 3rd St. i 4th Avenue S., Lethbridoe W. fH. DOWLING W. 8. QOOK Radiator Leaking? �When', your/ radiator leaks hring it to us for repairs. We liave the best equipped shop , in town for this kind of work. All radiators repaired under our different processes are guai;^ anteed^leakprpof on leaving the shop. f Radiators'put through different processes oi: scraping, rinsing and bolllnff before repairing. Shop at the .'rear of Dallas Hotel on ]\Ialn Street. Lethbridge Radiator Repair Station Phone 309 P. O. Box 978 SERVICE STATION Attention, Motorists Your -battery needs very careful attention during the cold weather. Call Our Seirice Department and we will send for your battery and store same during the winter at reasonable rates at our-up-to-date .Battery Statlion. 311 7th Street p. Phone 6ie AlJtO TIRES VULCANIZED OF ALL SIZES By the Famous Haywood System re-treadinq & repairing By experienced Workmen. All work guaranteed. Special Equipment .for Rim Cut Repairs. R. D.RITCHIE 208 13th St. S. Ofp. Eiliion Mills HOW MANY BEANS IN THE JAR? The Hudson's Bay Co. Is giving away a $100.00 Victory Bond for the nearest estimate. EXiDE BATTERY J. d. THOMPSON IN CHARGE Ail Makes of Batteries Repaired and Work Guaranteed. , Lethbridg^e Motors Ltd. 6-0 SPEND CHRISTMAS BACK HOME Imperial LimiteU to Montreal $118.45 IN Eastern Canada Double Dairy Train Service Corresponding Fares to Other Eastern Points Trans-Canada to Toronto $103.20 Double Dally Train Service Safe, Comfertabte'Travel on the World's Greatest Hiahway Compartment Observation Cars, Standard and Tourist Sleepers. Excellent Dinino Car Service, Tickets sold during December are good for 60 days. Extension will be granted by a payment of $5.00 for each extra fifteen days. i^or further informatioi^ and reservations: J. gordon, ticket agent, phone'612 ; J. e, proctor; district passenger agent, calgary. HOW MANY YAROS OF SItKINE ARE IN OUR SHOW WINDOW? Rylands & Co. are giving away a Pur Co^t worth JJISO.OO Free for the nearest estimate. Also j three other valuable piri?es. A coupon with every sale of 11.00 or over. SEE US We can save you money. Special reduced ptioes until Decern-her 31et. Gome In and'esamlno our stock. BAALIM MOTOR Co. , BACK OF UNION BANK LEAVE'YOURoLd TIRES and TUBES in^OUR red CRbSSBOX 03 ;