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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 21, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta sit THE LETHBRIDOF flAtm HKRAIJ BRINGING UP FATHER DKCRMBKR y Me Manns CHILE AND PERU READY TO 00 YOU TO AND TELLMH TOU OlONT The S rt Page HOKNOS cH from Clillo Indicate there nrn small of thn hrlwipn tho two j Chile JUKI Proas dlRpntchnu front Limn thni autlPeruvlfin tlons aro Knarnl throughout iiorlhnrn Tlui avoniRe potato crop in ho Kn Itoil States for I ho three Hoover ns coinpniod with Cor Tommy former worlds heavyweight having secured his dis charge from land is go ing to return to tflo Tommy has articles with Mickey an Australian for a six rourul The affair will be the feature event on the program at the boxing carnival which the comrades of the great war are to hold here on boi 3ng December King has been boxing around the northwest for many and is said to be a FULTON FINDS ONE HE E SAN Fred former contender for the heavyweight stopped Kayo a local in the second round of their scheduled fourround match here last Kruvosky was far outmatched that the police stopped the Camouflage NOT ON THE RECORDS XEW real fight with Benny lightweight auu o clever and hardhitting The bout will be Burns first Soldier well known important ring battle since Jack son deprived him of the worlds go m Pionship 10 years ago in faroff ere today The Canadian has already start ed and is confident that he can come 8TETCHER LEAVES ARMY pounds heavier than when he joined the ser Joe claimant of the heavyweight wrestling cham received his discharge from the navy at Great Lakes naval train ing station today and departed for his home in weighing 220 said he was in the best condition of his He plans to rest for several before accepting any engage middle as the took place a few it became criticiz ed Leonards work as referee while Bartfield was mixing with Jack Lonj and informed according to witnesses of the that the weight champion couldnt where upon Leonard stripped to his under shirt and The bout ended after two rounds with Bartfield on the bad MAY FIGHT IN BALTIMORE ban on boxing bouts was lifted by the police here laet The first bout arranged is to be between Jack Sharkey of New York and Dick Lowdan of Philadel here on December WOLGAST GETS HIS PROPERTY BACK LOS the former worlds lightweight was in a decision ren dered yesterday the super ior court competent to manage his own The decision ended a guardianship established in and return ed to Wolgaatcontroi of prop erty valued his petition at 4 4 December Dear heard of A mean cuss This And the trick he played V Was meauern he He was Bootlegger And he met a Otherwise Prominent Very On the street lie asked the To have a And what could refuse As the was paying His respects To Johnny Dewar Who should appear a But Whereupon 1 Beat it Own OorrpsoondenO Misses are Sarah and Catherina McDougall convalescent from McDougall who has been visit ing in has Harvey and Bill Morris are able to tn out this both having hatl the Frank Claussen returned to Acme on is visiting in Medicine Hat and expects to meet Freeman on his return from the Born To and Fred Blan j a Jack Bartner has shipped two more car loads of cattle to Winnipeg this Harper has been advanc ed to the managership of the Union Bank to fill the position of the late Wood and family left 18 for where Wood has Stands Trial in Edmonton On Charge of Securing Money By False Pretences You Can Get English Christmas Numbers and All States Magazines and Papers BUY YOUR Xmas Cigars and Fancy Boxes of Chocolates AT THE Alexandra Cigar and News Stand ALEXANDRA Manager j Leaving the In a most uncomfortable Profuse explanations Were in order And the jug was escaped By a narrow wet your whistle With a strangers licker Even when you are A Most Prominent been transferred to take charge of the Presbyterian His many friends regietted his leaving so soon and wish him well in his new and Carl Hillestad were visitors in this and Jabocson and mafily have alt taken the flu this week Word came today it was a mild Verna Castle is expected home from Thearsa Medicine to spend her vacation with her parents on the The ladies of the elect ed their officers for tie new year as follows Will McDon Scott Paul Beuhring first Freeman 2nd Milo Lost Two and Joe Massims friends deeply sympathize with them in their loss of two young who died from influenza last Many cases are reported from the district south of Winnifred is certainly the place for beautiful Sunny Alberta Magnificent December Many new cases of influenza are reported from the country this Winnifred received a heavy shock in the loss of a popular young who won a host of friends during his stay in Winnifred as manager of the Union IF YOU ARE LOOKING for Economical and Real Honest Service at Moderate Cost YOU ARE MAKING NO MISTAKE By Having Your Repairing and Overhauling Done at the Palace 2nd STODDART A RAVEN AUTOMOTIVE ENGINEERS THANK YOU RITCHIE RECEIVES KNOCKOUT CUB ROSTER FOR 1919 The roster for the coming season of the Chicago Na tional league team has been so far completed that it was said today at the clubs Manager Fred would probably enter the pen nant race with the same players he hart at the close of last with the addition of Grover Cleveland Alexan star Thirteen of the Cubs players are in the UnitoJ Service at hut it Referee at Bout in Army Camp Gets j is expected by the management that Unexpected Jolt i nearly all of them will be discharged It isnt known whether there is a i before the opening of the baseball grain of truth in the following The regulars will likely be but here it is just as it appeared in i p c the Camp Meade Herald jib 1b ss Bob thr newly rf cf In addition there likely will Mitchell Motor Cars QUALITY ACCESSORIES EXPERT REPAIRS MILLER GEAREDTOTHEHOAD GUARANTEED TO GIVE A FEW GOOD BUYS INSECOND HAND BIJOU MOTORS THE HOUSE OF SERVICE Undsr New FIFTH STREET SOUTH ALBERTA ed athletic director for the Knights of Columbus at Camp tolls of the Tyler and several following which happened reniore pitchers on the besides cently at Camp I vnfieldera Wortraan and Willie the exlightweight champion of the received tlie Stanley for many yearn first knockout of his long career as i wellknown court reporter at the su a prerne court in leaves on The man who Christmas night for Los knockout blow none other than Thorpes intentions are to for Ted the present weli 10 and will enter the college terweight champion of the there for Bible Hut the peculiar part of the affair was the that Ritchie was not one of the but only the re Harry formerly welter Edmonton The trial of Alfred who was extradited from New York and charged with false pretenses was commenced Wednesday morning In criminal court before Justice Walsh after being adjourned from the last criminal Robertson for the accused while and Cogswell acted for the After the jury was empanelled Woods outlined the case of the crown in the following allegations Carroth ers was In 1916 and 1917 at the head of the Alberta School Supply in This firm not only supplied school furniture and fittings but made a business of contracting for the build ing of country schools and selling the debentures of newly formed The firm did its banking with the Union Bank and from that institution Canothers procured a line of This credit was advanced on the secur ity afforded by a number of school de bentures deposited with the local branch of the Thus to get 000 credit the accused had to have 000 worth of debentures on After running up a line of credit Car rotners went east and the bank found that the debentures they held were not worth the paper they were written Allege Duplicate Woods told the jury that the crown would prove that the accused made a practice of sending debenture J forms to the new school districts and after these were signed and returned j to him he would inform the school boards that there was some mistake J and new forms would have to be made i Then he would retain the first dej bentures for his own use and when the i second form came back would obtain the signature of the minister of educa tion and sell them according to regu lar This of render the first form of no value whatj Before the evidence was taken Robertson stated that the accused was j charged on three counts but could not be tried on all of these since he was extradited from the United States on only a portion of The first witness called by the crown was Norman a former account ant of the Edmonton branch of the Union This witness declared that he was familiar with Carrothers signature and identified the signature of the accused on several letters writ en by tho school supply company to various rural school Woods intimated that this witness would be Acadia School Sydney secretary treas urer of Acadia school district was next put in iiio He lold the court that lie had had business dealings with Car rothers and that the Jatter had sent him debenture forms to be Car rothors was to have them countemlgn ed by the minister of education and j then A short time the wit hud been changed on the first form IIP would have to send another one to be filled in and This was done and the last debenture was sold to the Crown Life Insurance company in u regular The wltiHsH then said that one of I the coupons from the school debenture i was sent to a local bank for payment and since payment had already been made on the genuine debenture no at tention was paid to Found Service Under cross examination by the witness admitted that he had always found Carrothers ser vice quitesatisfactorypnd that lin had recommended him to another newly formed district near Woods was at this point about to recall the first witness to prove Car rothers signature again but the de fenceagreed to admit the lettesrs in order to save Practically the same story was told by Joe secretary treasurer of Fertile Forest School who was then called to the stand by the This witness declared that Carrothers iad supplied him with a debenture form which was signed and Form Was Another letter then enme from ihe I accused in which it was pointed out that the first form was An other one was then signed anil the school board being under the iuipres sion that since the minister of educa tion had countersigned the first one hero could be no reason for de manding its return to The morning session rested at this Proof that Carrothers deposited the debentures with the bank as secur ity rather than for fafekeepinghaK not yet been forthcoming although it Is possible that the may rest its case on this Scientifically kept In our up to the minute Humidor will please the most fastidious LARGEST STOCK OF BRITISH MADE The Elite Cigar Store PERRY AND REID TAKE YOUR RADIATOR TROUBLES ANDY THE RADIATOR MAN 418 FIFTH STREET SOUTH HELL FIX IT Christmas Cigars and Tobacco Fine Line of Candies WE HAVE THE BEST FANCY AND PLAIN BOXES ED KENNEDYS Lethbridfle Hotel Stand Auto Repair Work HANDLED PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY STORAGE ACCESSORIES Central Garage PHONE 1023 Old Roller 3rd i 4th Avenue Lathbrldge COWLING COOK Cm I SERVICE STATION Motorists Your battery needs very care ful attention during the cold Call Our Service Department and we will send for your bat tery and store same during the winter at reasonable rates at our uptodate Battery 311 7th Street Phone 616 be j ness another letter arrived from the accused saying that since tho dato WANTS HIM A6 COACH weight champion of the was MONTREAL Dec 21 the man who was matched with Ted lowing up their efforts of last and tin bout was one of the betit put up in the The two hoys had fought several furious and close to the and of tho fourth round Kefereo in an effort to separate the two men in a received one of Lewis blows to the jaw and fell in a He was counted out hy liob who had charge of tho and Brewer regretted the incident very hut Ritchie naid tbat it his own fault and j that he was glad that he had been flpally knocked out by a The Victorian Order hopes to estab lish a big training school for nurses at fall to revive rugby at the vari the McUlll club management wrote to Frank Shaughnessy yes terday asking him if he would accept the position of coach for next Tho fact rhut AfcOill in ne gollatins with Khaughnesay is an indication that all the col leges intend reluming to Tho Athletic Association of Toronto in recent statements announced I hat if he ready to rnenldr sport next The is anxious for a and Queens in also expected to Join EXIDE BATTERY THOMPSON IN CHARGE Makes of Batteries Repaired and Work Lethbridge Motors Radiator Leaking When your radiator leaks bring It to us for We luivo the best equipped shop in town for this kind of All radiators repaired under our different are guar anteed leakproof on leaving the KadlatoiK put through differ ent processes of rlns inK and boiling before Shop at the rear of Dallas Hotel on Alain Lethbridge Radiator Repair Station Phone 309 Box 97g AUTO TIRES VULCANIZED OF ALL SIZES By the Famous Hay wood Synlem RETREADING REPAIRING By All work Special Equip 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