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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 21, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIT THE UK1UL17 'SATUnnAY, "BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McManus DIH-JN'OS AYLIHS. Dee. dpatclH'b fioni CliHo Indicate that there biiuill liopos of tellllng Llio illFimtcii liclu-eon Lho two countries, Chllu ;iml I'cru. Pri'aH froiii Lima lodaj' aefiiM't Unit mitl-Pdriivlan nunlfealn- Mom are throughout northern Chile. The Sport Page Dec. Duma, former world's champiOD, bavins secured his dis- charge from H. JI. land torces, is go- ing lo return 10 ti'o ring. Tommy has Billed articles wilt MtcVej- King, an .Australkm heavyweight, lor a all- lounil contest. The affair will be Ihc feature event on the program at (lie fooling carnival which the comrades ot the great war are to here on boi 5nj day, December 2Si' King baa been boxing arocnd tho norllnresl for many months, end is E SAM FRANCISCO, Dec. Fred Fulton, former contender for the heavyweight championship, stopped "Kiyo" Kruvosky. a local finnler, in the second round of their scheduled four-round match here last nlghl. Kruvosky was so far cutmstchtd'lhat the police slopped' the fight. NOT ON THE RECORDS YORK. Dec. real fight with Beonr Leonard, IlghWei champion, one o.' the principals, and said to be a clever and hard-bitting Baniield well known middle tattler. "The bout will be Burns' first i-M as the otber. look place a fen important ring battle since Jack Johu-1 in it became son deprived bim of the keK lofoj. Barllield crlliciz plonahln io years ago In far-oft Aus tralla. 'f be Canadian has already start- to training, and Is conlldent that he WINNIFHED, Dec. 20. Misses Sarah and Uatlierlna McDtmgall nro convalescent from Influenza. Al. McDougall who has been visit' ine in Calgary, has relurued- ITarvey and Bill Morris are able to out both having bad Ihe flu. Mr. I'rank Claussen relurued to Acma on Monday. Mrs. I. C. Freeman ,1s visiting. In Medicine Hat and einecls to meet Mrs ?reemiu on his return from the States. -Mr. and Mrs. Fred Blan- chelle, Dec. 7th, a son. Ject Banner has shipped two more car loads ol cattle to Winnipeg tills week. Mr. R. Harper has been advanc- ed to the managership ol the Union Uanfc to fill the position of the late I Mr. C. TJ. Drown. Her. Wood anil family left Dec. IS for Orion. Alia., whero Mr. Wood has been translerreil to. Uko charge of the Presbyterian church. Hid many friends rebelled his .leaving so soon and wish him well In field. Mr. and Mrs. Carl HJlleslad were visitors in Jledicinq.Hat'lhla wcefc. Mr. and Mrs. Jahqcson, and matily have all taken the 'iiTihls keek: Word came today 11 was a. mild forui- Vorna Caslle ia expected borne from Si. Tbearsa Academy, Medicine Hat, Dec. 24, lo spend her vacation with her parenU on.the farm. The ladies oi ihe W. A. elect- ed'their officers for lh'2 new year as j follows: President, Mrs. Will McDon- ald, Sr; Mrs.' deo. Scolt; treasurer, Mrs. Paul Bcuhring; first j vice-president, -Mrs. I. 0. Freeman; 2nd vice-pvealdcnt. Mrs. Mlio Scotl. I Lost Two Daughters j Mr. and Mrs. Joe'Maaslm's friends deeply sympathize with Ihem In their loss of two yoii'ng daughlera, who died from Influenza Many cases are reporled from Ihc dislrlcl Eoulh jof Winnifred. Winnifrcd Is certainly Uie place lor beautiful Sunny Alberla weather. Magnificent December weather. I Many new cases 'of influenza are reported from the country thla week. I Winnifred received n heavy shock i in the 'loss of a popular young man, I Mr. L. Drown, ivuo'ivon a host of friends during his stay in Winnlireil as manager of the Union bank. Sfands Trial in Edmonlon On Charge of Securing Money Ily False Pretences (Kdmonton Journal. 1 The trial ot Alfred (Jarrolhors, who was extradited from !New York nO charged wllujfalse pretenses vvna commenced Wednesday, morning In criminal court before Mr. Justice Walsli Hfter being adjourned from the last crlmlnnl slttiriBS. H. H. Robertson apeared for the accused whllo S. B and E. II. pogswoll acted [or the crown. After the jury was empanelled Mr Woods outlined tho case ot the crown in the following allegations: C'arrotn ers waa In 1916 am) 1911 at the head o the "Alberta School Supply Co." li Edaionton. This firm not only supplied school furniture and fittings but made a business ot contracting tor the build- ing ol country schools and selling the debentures of newly formed districts. The firm did Its banking with Hie Tlie average potato crop In Ilio iicd .StalcH [or last thrco yearf, Mr. llouver EBVE, waft bushels, as compared isllh tor IUIS. tud been changed on Hie first form he vould have lo tend iiuollier one lo be hied In and alined. Thla waa done and he last dabonlurc was sold to the Crown Life Insurance compauy In way. The wllncss (hen said that one of] ho roupona Irani Iha school dchenturc vas sent to a local bank for payment and since payment hod already been nadc on Ilia genuine dcber.tnre no at- tention was paid to It. Found Service Under crosB cxauilnnlloil by Mr. Robertson, the witness admitted that lie had always found Carrolhors' ser- rice quIte'Eatlslacloryynd that ho had recommended him to another newly formed district near by. Mr. Woods was at llils point about lo recall the first witness to iirovo Car- rolhers' signature again but the de- fenca agreed lo admit the letlesra In order to save time. Practically the fiame slory KOS told by Joe Ardell, secretary treasurer of Fertile Forest School district, who ivas then called lo Ihe stand by Uie crown. This wllness declared tuat Carrothers had supplied him wllli a debenture form which was nlgned and returned. Form Was Illegal. Another letter then came from the accused In which it'was pointed out that the first form was illegal. .An- other ouc was then signed and the school board being un4er Ihe Impres- sion thai since tuo miulsler of cduca- first Scientifically kept In our up lo the minute Humidor will please the most cmoker. LARGEST STOCK OF BRITISH MADE PIPES. The [lite Cigar Store PERRY AND REID Union Bank and from that institution Carrothers procured a line, of credit, Hou had not counlerslgncd'.thc This credit was advanced on Ihe secur- liere could bo no reison tor de- ily afforded by a number ol school de- Uandmg ,1s rclurn lo theny hontures deposited with .the local .The morning session rested at this branch of Ihe. bank Thus lo get J20.-1 Proof thai Carrothers deposited TAKE YOUR RADIATOR TROUBLES, ANDY THE RADIATOR MAN 413 FIFTH STREET SOUTH HF.'LL FIX IT CUB ROSTER FOR 1919 liOO credit the accused had lo have 000 worth ol debenlurtt; .on deposit. After running up a line of credit Tar- rolhors w'enl.east am] tho bank found that.Ihe debentures Ihey held were nc-t worlfi the paper they were written on. Allege Duplicate Bonds, Mr.' Woods told the jury that Ihe crown would prove that the accused made a practice ot sending.debenture] iorms to the new school districts' and i after these were signed and returned lo him he would Intorm the school j boards that thero was some mistake and new Iorms would have lo be made out. Then he would retain Iha llrsl de- bentures for his own use and when the second lorm Ssck would obtain the signature of the minister ot educa- tion and sell liiem according to regu- lar procedure. This would; of course, render lie first toriu ol no ralue what- ever. Before Ihe evidence was lakcn Mr. Robertson staled that the accused was charged on three counts hut could not be tried on all ol Ihese since he waa exlradlled from the Uniled Slales on onlr a porlion ot them. The first witness called by the crown was Norman Leslie, a the debentures' with the bank as secur- ity rather than for safekeeping'lias not yet been forlhqomlng although it 'Is 'possible that the may rest its case on Ihls po'lnl. i RITCHIE RECEIVES KNOCKOUT Referee al Bout in Army Camp Gets CHICAGO, Dec. roster for the coming season of the Chicago Xa tional league team has been .so far compleled thai It was said today at the clnb'3 headquarters, Manager Fred Mitchell would probably enter Ihe pen- nant race wllh the same players he had at the close ol laat season, with Iho addition of Grover Cleveland Alexan- der, stir pilcher. Thirteen ol the CUD'S playera ire in the United Service al present, it ia expected by the management that nearly all of them wlil be discharged bctore the opening ot the. baseball Unexpected Jolt II isn't known whelher grain ot truth )r. the following article. I season. The will likely u but. here II Is W as H appeared In Alexander, p: Kllllfcr, c. Klldull, 2b: llollocher, ss; I'ick, rt; ,r cd athletic director tor the Kniebts o[ likely w 11 be Columous at Camp tells of the Tyler and several anl of Ihe Edmonton branch of the Union Hank. This wllness declared lhat he ?'as lamlliar wilh Carrolhera1 signature and identified the signature of Ihe accused on several lellcrs writ- ten by the school supply company lo various rural nchool Irnsieea. Mr Woods Inllmatcd thai Ihla witness uiild he recalled. Acadil School Diitrict. Sydney B. Hepburn, secretary treas- urer of Acadia school district was next put In .MI; ooxl ile told court llial lie had had business dealings wllh Car- rothera and lhat the Jatter had sent him debenture forms lo be signed. Car- rothora was to tave Ihem countersign ed by the minister ot education and then sold. A short lime Jalcr, tho wit- ness said, another letter arrived from the accused saying that since the date Christmas Cigars and Tobacco Fine Line of Candies WE HAVE THE BEST FANCY ANO .PLA.IN.BOXES ED KENNEDY'S Lcthbridge Hotel Stand Auto Repair Work HANDLED PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY STORAGE ACCESSORIES Central Garage PHONE 1023 Old Roller Rink. cor. 3rd SI. 4th Avenue S., Lethbrldge W. H. COWLING W. S. COOK SERVICE STATION Attention, Motorists Your haltcry needs very care- ful attention during the cold weather. Cafl Our Service Department v- and wo will send for, Lory and store same.during the at reasonable ratea at our up-to-diita Battery SLatfonV 311 7th Slrcvt S. 616 ie, following incident which happened re- cently at Camp Gordon, Ga. "Willie Ritchie, the ei-llgiitwelght champion of the world, received the Ilrst fcnockout of his career as a boxer. more pitchers on the bench, besides infieldcra Leal, and.McCabc. Stanley G. for many yeara well-Jinowu court reporter at the sn prcme court In Calgary, on -The man who adtninlstcrod lip', Cbrlsttnaa nlgnt for ADBclcs. Mr. knockout blow was none other than Thorpe's intentions are to stud> for Mitchell Motor Cars QUALITY ACCESSORIES EXPttT REPAIRS MILLER GEARED-TO-THE-pCAO.Tli'tESJ GUAKANTEEDTO GIVE SATISFACTION. A FEW GOOD BUYS HAND .CARS. BIJQU MQTOiRS "THE HOUSE OF SERVICE" x New Management. nrra STREET SOUTH LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA Ted hewis, the prestnt wcl- tenreight champion of ihe world. "Hut the peculiar part of the affair was the fact that Ritchie was not one of the participants, bul only the re- feree. "Harry Ere water, formerly welter- weight champion ol the Iho man who was matched with Ted and the bout .was one o[ ihe best erer put up In the south. "The two hoys had fought several furious rounds, and close to the end of (he fourth round Referee Ritchie, In an effort to separate the two men In a clinch, receded one of Lewis' nlowa to the Jaw and fell in a heap. He was counted out hy Bub McCusfccr, Jiad charge of the" bouts. Lcwls-a-d Rrtwer regretted (lie incident Very much, nut Ritchie sslo tbal It wa.i all his own faalt an.1 lhat lie was glarl that he hai-bcen finally knocked out by a The Victorian Order hopes to estab- lish a big training school for nurse3 at the ministry, and will enter the college there lor Bible students. v v 0 4" v WANTS HIM AS COACH MONTREAL, Dec. 3- lowing up their efforts of last lo revive rugby at the varl- ons. univcraitte.', the >tcGlll cluh management wrote to Meul. Franlt Shaugnncasj yes- lerday asVtnp him if he would accept the [ronUton of coach for next autumn. The fact thr.t McQtll 13 ne; goilatlng with iihauRhncssy an Indication lliat nil the leges Intend returnJnB (o fpoii. Tlio Athlelk Association of X v Toronto in recent a laic menu t announced that iti- would he" yearly to recntfY ip6rt next n. M. G. is anxious ff for a revival, and Queen's is also c-sr'ected lo Join In. G 4 EXIDE BAHERY J. D. THOMPSON IN CHARGE Makci of Balteriet Repaired and Work Guaranteed. Lcthbridge Motors Ltd. c-o Radiator Leaking? Icnkn "When your radiator brlnt; II to us for repairs. We best equipped shop, in Ibwn tor Ihls. kind ot- work; -1. iMI radiators repaired tinder" our different'nroccases.arc Buar- anUetl .'ori. leavlngvlhe shop. Radiators put through differ- ent processes of scraping, rlns- tna and boiling baforc Ghop at the rear' ut Dallas Holel on Main Street" Lethbridgc Radiator Repair Station Phone 309 P. O. Box 979 AUTO TIRES1 VULCANIZED OF ALL SIZES Ry the Famous Hay wood System RE-TREAOING