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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 26, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta f >AGK I HERALD f "BRINGING UP FATHER" By G, fylcManus The Sport Ihe outcome Tor the press, tut EOUilly plCfeS 110SS. Boy Is In Good Trim For The Bout What are they going lo do about the Hacker-Tall fightl Hacker cual- eiiged Tali !o light ou Neiv ;Voap'5 Day Tall accepts d tetore a crowd lo! 500 people, ourselves. and now savs he is going 1C light MulhaU. notice should have been siren that fhe Hacier-Tait tight had >een postponed. I Ro s, Canadian middleweight t Iraxer, who battled with Clooie Tall it In a four-round going ia Calgary EOt tf long-ogo, is leaving for IMmonlon soon. where he will hook up with Battling Scrapper. Carson, an Edmonton The light Is being promoted by Kid Sealer, an old time local boy, woo is no v running an athletic club in Ihe norlbern city. Scrgt. Ross has; been in strict train- ing lately, and is in the pink of con- dition lor a the northern Citrdston Keels Regulations Not Mr. cscing at Ibo home of Mr. Dan Tayloi is golug lo the, of Mrs. Will Tod at KlrcalJy together with SHsa Hawk- ins for th'p-ChrlqttiuiB. holidays. (From Our On-n Corropondent) MACLEOD, Diiy, J91S, In Macieod was a real oaa it every way. Tho wotUhor real Alberta woollier, frosty and '.b'rljlit sunshine without wliiil, mi ideal-day tor ouUido sport. Many skaters woul to Iho river In Iho morning; then Ilia irowl gathered for-Iho opening ot (ho town's open rink on one ol thn squares, whore the Ico good, oad where all liie young people unjoycd (ho public rink. At the I'rosbyterloti church a anltiuo service) was held, In wMch Ihe niln- ID tor ami people took on equal vart. Midnight mass was celebrated In Ibo Hoiiian Catholic church, at Vhlch a largo number were In allendarico. The Snjvallori Army serenaded many 'of their friends with Christmas carols and other of their happy. choruses. i Jlauy of the homes enlorlamed heroes of the war. A tow, but not many, of tho boys woro away from their liomos. but found homes among Hie. pcoplo of Macleou. HuslncsB men report the day Jusl before ChvlslraaB HE very goou, and Iho salo ot special Christmas goods Village Councillors Baviaar Hems (From Our CARDSTOX. UM. The town scrapper, and It he. makes gooJ there, hp will Ime up with Eorae of Canada's men in ;hc iuturc Scrgt llo.'S has a record that any 'man would be proud of. Vullon, BatUlne I.cvinsky, one flt the Dillon hoys, and V'a'tcr Monogaan, at present YYlUard's trnnmg partner, are amons, the M fights he has participated in, and ont ol these 6i> the Lethbridgt lad has lost bnc [our. Ross has1 not yet set his date, for tearing, as be is anxious to spend his Chirstmas in the city, although Sealer wants him in the northern city 10'days prior to the Albertan. Dopester in the Calgary ATbertan sayi Clonie Tail, claimant to tbe light- weight championship ol Canada, has accepted the challenge of "Fighting" Tom Mulhall, Ihe southern scrapper. .Clonie says he has fought him before, but is willing to fight him again. 'At a boy, Clonie. Al Ross is to hook up wilh Ualtltag Carson'in Edmonton. Never having GOLF RULE MAY BE CHANGED. Among the possible changes in rules that may come to the attention of the big golf associations when they meel this winter ia tho question ot the loss of ahole in match play when a player loses his ball. The qusslion arises as 10 whefti tbe justice Is, when a player unfortunate enough to drive into ilie rough near the fair green and loses his bail Is penalized by the loss of the tfttefl his opponent may have, driven out of bounds on the same hole-. Cases have occurred where one has driven out of bounds, not ouce but several times, yet won his hole be- cau'e his-opponent was unfortunate enough to lose his ball. There is no fairness or justice in this1 sort 'of thing. There should'be no greater penalty "attache4 to a lost ball than to one' driven put ot.bouncJs. This Is a quesllon lhat might be discussed with profit by the golf associations of Olds Mari Was Man Made Gteat Showing, Getting Second CALGARY, Alta., Dec. Ross ot Olds was yeslerday the winner of the twelfth annual Herald road race which makes bis third successive win of the race and he is now in per- manent possession ot the Herald Cup. The time "made this year was 3D mln council hald their regular meeting last evening and finished up a good many Items. The chief business was the ap- pointment by the mayor of a Committee" lo meet Ihe boys on their, return. This was done on motion of Mr. J. Y. Curd and (he mayor was suggested bv the moper as the proper The Low, J. Y. Card and Dr. S. 13. Drown. Thcra bo a suitable badge provided by rerson lo-.head the committee. ,y the winner I oUlcrs were Messrs. J. W. _ Even out- own the town to f reaeht to each returned soldier as t> slight fokon of the recog- nitiou of the return of our heroes. ___9 2-5 seconds, which'is about the I hcMti 6iiunupll was discussed time of his last year run, and breaks tal length auu several members of the no records. The race was" one 'of the council could not see why pool halls best ever run over Ihe course, and while the winner has little real com- petition getting .away to a good start and maiaiaiulng the lead alt the way through yet in R. J. Vante of Cla'resholnv be may look for 'a real tough Job'to hold'his laurels in com- ing races. Although about forty.yards behind at the finish of the race, Vance made a finish which, was remarkable. Putting on a sprint which, with a halt mile or so t9 go wonld undoubtedly havi A3 this man Carson in action, the will not pass his opinion on avin th could handle this question with profit. WILLIAMS IS ALL THROUGH It is.doubtful wbeinef KH Williams ver will ooi professionally again. II vas a lliockout the Kid sustained at ae hands ot Joo Lynch, several aonths ago that impelled him to with- Iraw from the rinj. He has made a sum .of money and real- zes that his best .days a boier are f Wlillams haslbeen serving a homing. instructor in one ot tho south- era cantonments -vtithout thu kept him in good condition. boi in exhibitions irr the fu- _ _______ OKBH I BARROW COLLAR __.-e put Mm in winner by a good lea'd. state association As it was ha" was in much better phyJ sical condition at the finish than was Hoss, Iho latter baing pretty well tuckered while Vance was as Uresh as a daisy, and was still able to Mr.'arid jirs. II. ,C. Cooper and farii- spend Christmas Mr. and-the picture show should be kepi open to the public and schoolsi an- churches doled. Dr. H. Stacpoolo sent his statement" to the council as the town health officer, saying h( would not opening p[ churches ami schoqlsj.on liia' responsi- bility. The continued''development ot new cases however seems to Indicate lhat bur regulations ;are not having the deslrcil effect (riany feel il would bo belter to closfe up everything and have twnn ITPAU nn than heeu up the dollar policy that seems to nra- vail. "dr. Justice Holmes -was present to represent the board ot health._ A special meeting "will be held today (From Our Own Correspondent) CHAMPION, Dec. not- cos: Sunday Dsc. 2Dth.. HlUsson at i.OO p.m.; Champion, 7.30 p.m. Sunday School at 11.00 a.m. lied Cross notes: The annual can- ass for subscriptions on Friday last realized nearly JaOO'.OO. A full report will be :Blvcn neit week. Tho usual sewing meetings will be held each Fri day iu Ihe church at 2.30 tun: The1 election for the village couucl resulted as fellows: Mr. 0. McLean 21. Mr. C. Mnnhardt 19, Mr. J. P Harper Iti. The new council will as sume oltice at the Now Year. The bazaar held at tho church 01 Saturday last realized Thi officers of the' AM .wish to esprcsa their-lhanks to ill who assisted In any way. About of that.amount was raised by the home cooking, Ihe re- mainder froni the salo of work. Ou Thursday evening last a meetlus was held in Catnplicll's Ilall'to or- ganize >n Athletic Society. The meet- ing vas' well attended ,and officers were elected and tiie general policy of the society was determined. Mr. P. T. Cook was elected president ami Mr. Kidd secretary-treasurer. For skat- lug and hockey tho follpwjng officers were elected: Manager Mr.'McKenzle. Committee: Messrs. F. lj.otfait and J.-.F. Harper. Arrange- ments have, been made' for electric light, water, etc., will only be ly' will icorge Mrs.' George Mark was a Calgary iweek end ho guest of C. Cooper. Miss Clara Smith Is paying sin ex- .ended her sjster, Mra. M. Mottatt. The annual Woodmen's Hall will be held In Campbpll's hall on Kcjv Year's night. by the board ot health; two ot the days Ull the rlok .will be going in full swing. Mr. Palmer is the. care- Jack Ross always In lue- ie-u with Vance following at a. distance luctuating between 100 and 150 yards aut at the finifih Vance easily cut down this lead by abotit 90 or 100 yards, and finished a strong second. The runners in order came in as. follows: Islf Jack Ross ot Olds; 2nd, R, J. Vance ot Claresholm; 3rd. Malcolm McDougall of Calgary; 4ih. A. G. Holdgate o: Winnipeg; 6th, Hanon Slngn, of Cal- 6th, S. J. Bui-rage, of Calgary; board are also town pfficefa. There faker. Membership, llctats are now e may ture, but. 'andoubtEdly he is through with the professional game. was 3 fighter down to the round, a popular champion while he dominated the bantam division. His wUhdrawa) leaves only a handful Of good'rbanlams >IUI In service: There are Pele Herman, who won the cham- pionship from Williams in a 20-round bont.ii Ne-sv Orleans, ths decision in which was questioned by many cri- tics- at the Prankie Bums, Pal Moore, Joe Dnrman, Dick man, Joe Lynch and a few 'others. 7th. Harper Miller. Calgary; The surprise of the day was undoubt- was also a resolutio'n" by Councilman H. C. Plitpps, aa follows: "Whereas during the 'past year, we have received as ihe'lown council, or for the town of Cardslon, -a number of courteous add beneficial recogni- tions from our local member of the provincial Mr. Martin Woolf. Therefore be it resolved that we ei- press our gratitude for nls Interest In our town and and our thanks for his willingness to do all In his power for the benefit ot the towL on sale at the rink anil at all the ?3.00, ladles' For those not, having tickets a, charge of 35 cents will be made skate. Thkct 'holders are asked to cany' their tickets on going "lo Ihe rink, as the.caretaker will'require lo see them, For the present the skating nights will be Thursday and Saturdays, as well as oh Sunday afternoon's from 2.00 p.m. lo 5.30 Hockey nights will be on tho nights, eicept on Sundays, when tho edly Ihe splendid effort put forth by of Cardston and that Ihe secretary is Vance of Claresholm. With training hereby instiucted to mail Mr. Wonlf a he will undoubtedly be one runner with whom winners of the cup will have to courit in the f'jlure anJ he announces is intention of being an entry for the race ot 1319. Not having done inch track work BRITTON SHADES MARTIN Jersey City, K J., Britton, ot New York, out-boxed "Sil- ent" Martin of Xew York, in an eight- round bout here tonight. Britton 'Weighed' H7 pounds and Martin i55. CAR OWNERS! WE CUT YOUR REPAIR BILLS IN TWO Any 5-Pawenger Car We Will Overhaul for J35.0Q. PARTS EXTRA Palace Garage, 2nd Aye. S. STODDART RAVEN AUTOMOTIVE ENGINEERS copy o[ this resolution." The seconder was Jir.-J. Y. Card, i The above was carr'led'unanimoualy we arc' nieellng rclurn MAGRATH, Dec. of boys jv'ho have lieon in the easl in training camps have returned home; among them are Ben Hood. Johb Head, Clyde Spencer and MeYrll Xeiisen, boys were la Ihe Ply- ing Corps and have been away for some time.-They all look fine and'we .lekoute them home again. Other.boyH uav'e returned, who were'In training] at Calgary; I The post qffico is now located In its; new home on '1st. door cast of the'teiophone exchange. Lieut. Swift haa a .heat little the post adjpinetl. He-moved Iu ! week and is now, coailortably locnled. .The M. I.; A. gave a spcial evoning on last Tuesday and will commence their winter's .work this'woek. Dr. N.'T-. Besmar. has been in town Ihe past week looking after tho medi- cal wants and billing tbe place of Dr. nice who has been away mi a flho'rt vacation. Sanla Claus paid his annual Grant Davis store on Saturday afternoon. He- Arrived about 3 p.m. and was met by some 300 children'who were anxiously 'Walling for him. He gave each of candy and nuls, Y. M. C. A. and Victory' Ihey were not behind in Epondipg for them- selves some of tho dollars that hod .een saved tbo past lew years. Al- together Christmas for 191S was best lhat tins .been Known. A diaco In tho 0. f. hall ami the thcatro took Iho crowds In ihe evening. Several of the hoys from tho front were exycclcd for but ivore delayed, and arrived Ihe lollow ing morhing. _ A Memorial A memorial for Maclaoo's fallen heroes is being dlBciisscd hy llje' vet- erans and townspeople, and prob- able lhat f. definite form will bo de- cided on within the next few months. Curiers nre looking forward Year's Day for their first game on tlio now Ico. _ A few cases ot 'Ilu have re- ported Ihis all-.aro cnses broughl In from outside points. Crawforu, who has. been gaged in stock-raising for aoirie years in tbo Porcupine hills, and whcro he had considerable holdings, sold .out all anil is spending the winter in Macleml. !ie says ho .will, take a year olf ami may .take up laud in tho Peace river OistrSct. Several ot those who have shipped 'in hay and preen feed from the iiorlh country lire weli-. satisfied with the qua'lij'-snd'say llso'price Is riot out ot the way. E.. I. business propose an aerial route .between the. Island and the mainland to and rink vrlll he closed skating hours no it 5.30 p.m. During puck or hockey stick will be allowed on the rink. Everybody boost for the rink and make It a success. A-very pretty wedding took place al the Methodist parsonage on Monday, 23rd, when Eizora Gladys. Iho eld en men .We never ktiow when they jt daughler ot aml w. s may arrive and the secrelary for IheL mmi..f H, then took theni to the movies. THROUGH THE SPORT SIEVE Arrangements have been completed the 13th "C" squadron: and 'many or a bout between Clay Turner, In-: friends are giving them the glad hand [Ian light heavyweight, and Kid Nor-'as alt are local men well Known here, oik. colored heavyweight of to their how home. Mr, AUTO TIRES VULCANIZED, OF ALL SIZES Dy the Famous Haywood System RE-TREADING i REPAIRING Hy exporlenced work guaranteed. Special Equip- ment for IJim Cut.Uepalrs. R. D.RITCHIE 203 13th St. S. Opp. Mills TAKE YOUR RADIATOR TROUBLES .TO ANDY THE RADIATOR MAN 418 FIFTH STREET SOUTH HE'LL FIX IT. Auto Repair Work HANDLED PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY STORAGE ACCESSORIES Central Garage PHONE 1023 Old Roller Rink, cor. 3rd St. 4th Avenue S., W.H.OOWLING W.S.COOK more. The boxers will clash at Ihe I1 Umory A. A. of Boston, December 31.1. Turner recently gained a popular ver- eturned we are informed. It would be well to haV' and Mrs. Ilarlcy Weeks and ___ from Cr.mbrlJge, Neb., are pay- Ing ah extended visit with Mr. XJ. A'daihs. many (rlcnrls ot Mrs. Charles! I Sutton will be'pleascil to learn thnt i n r passed through our anil Is now on the Such crowds as attended the bike races in Madison Square Garden are tiappy auguries of sporttng'a post-war to them as' soon as the 'flu will permi Weddings j Last week the Women's Institute The day before Christmas will be i held Its annual meeting when the otflc- prospects" The sporting element just'remembered lo Mr. John A. Wellman! ers of last, year were all re-elected: craves excitement as relief from the and Miss Rhorta May Leavitt vfho weraI President; Mrs. A. Joplln; vice-nrcai- stralc of the titanic conllict, and'not married this evening at tho home of j dent, Stra.-Mills: 2nd vice-president, an went of the winter in the brlde'B parents. Mr.' and Mrs.Mrs.- W. -Urlch; secretary, Mrs. St. worthy will lack support. Indoor sports Jeremiah Lcarilt ot Cardston, but who Peters.' will whet the appetite for. a revival ot reside on their ranch a few miles outdoors on a gigantic scale In Ihe southwest. Pres. Edward J. Wood per- York excharge. t nrl time In two starts Mitchell Motor Cars QUALITY ACCESSORIES EXPERT REPAIRS MILLER GEARED-TO-THE-ROAD TIRES. GUARANTEED TO GIVE SATISFACTION. A FEW GOOD BUYS IN SECOND "HAND CARS. BIJOU MOTORS "THE HOUSE OF SERVICE" Under New Management, FIFTH STREET SOUTH LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA For Ihe In the Chicago tiilllard league's three- cushion race for Ihe Blake cup, Cham-; cially pion Ausie Kleckheter of Milwaukee this week went down to defeat, Charlie Le Gros turning the trick al the by the score of GO to 58 In 79 Innin formed the ceremony. The groom Is a well known rancher of the Mountain View District, and seltlemcnt ot tho Miss Bullock who has been convat- Jury to tbe shoulder and it is not yet known what the extent of the Injuries may be at this writing, hut he Is re- gaining his normal condition slowly. Radiator Leaking? When, your .radiator leaks bring It to us for repairs. We have .equipped shop in town for this kind of work. All radialora repaired under our different, giiar- ante'ed leakproof on leaving the shop. Radiators put 'through differ- ent processe's of scraplngvrins- ing and boiling before repairing. Shop at the rear of Dallas Hotel on Main Street Letfcbridge Radiator Repair Station Prune 309 P. O. Box 978 WilMl SERVICE STATION Your'battery ale-ii very care- ful attention cold weather. Cafl Onr Servke Department and we will for your bat- tery and store same during tbe winter at reasonable ratet at our -up-lo-dato Slatlm. 311 7th S. Phon< 116 Sr., of Aelna, was married at noon today by Pros. Wood al bis office, the bride belns Mrs Bdlth Bawclen, from Klridersley, Has- other war funds and m.ght have been I ftt wh er'e'the groom has! ed comfortable Many! as to enthuafcum for signing cheques! ,vm uo, Cxrires3'l tor g supposed to have becomo played people In. their matri- and taking the strings oft their pocket- books when the united war work cam- palgn of Eports was broached, the] A accMe'nt occurred last week llnksmen have again played a scratch 80I1 0tMr. anrt Mrs. O. K. Bates1 'game in philanthropy and hare lea all a! (ho crossroads soulh of Mayor other games -and pastimes -In Ihe I pitcher's residc-nct. Mr. Hugh Rate's' "drive" according to one who Is in a driving toward home and wa's jnst position to know. While an official turning tbe corner to go statement may not be made public for [a car driven by Mr.1. M.' Obray crash- some lime, It Is believed that golf has into the rear ot his wagon 'over; given to Ihe imlled war work turning It upon him. Tho horses boit- campalgD throngh the single day of ed with the front wheels and Ihft box play for tbe medals presented by John had lo he lilted from Ihe hoy's un- D. ttockcfellcr, St. wascloul form. -He HIDE BUM J. p. THOMPSON IN CHARGE All Mikes of Batteries Repaired tni Work Guaranteed. Lethbridge Motors Ltd. M On Dec. 31st Our Sale of Tires at Re- duced Prices Closes COME IN AND BUY YOURS BEFORE IT IS TOO LATE, BAALIM MOTOR Co, BACK OF UNION SANK LEAVE YOUR OLD TIRES AND TUBES IN OUR RED CROSS BOX ;