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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 26, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta f AGE SIX Mm THtTRSDAY, pECEMBfgfl, 2,C, 1918 "BRINGING UP FATHER" at. , it sV By G. l^dManus 4: I HN^A A HEW FRENCH l�^40-t>HE CAN'T ' El^U^H t)0 I AM N: to fthe opening of churches and schocil^^on his respoii^t bility. The continued?, development of new cases however �seems to indicate, that bur regulations .are not having the d.6Bired effect ^nd many feel it would be better to sios6 up everything and have dcne^Fitli\|^, man keep up the dollar policy that seems to prevail. Mr. Justice Holmes -was present to represent the board of health. A special meeting will be held today by the board of health,' two of the board are also town officers. There was also a resolution Introduced by Councilman H. C. Phlpps, as follows: "Whereas during the past year, we have received as the town council, or for the town of CardstoHi a number of courteous and beneficial recognitions from our local member of the provincial parliament,"'*' Mr. Martin Woolf. Therefore be it resolved that we express our gratitude for his Interest in our town and district,' and our thanks for his willingness to do all in his power for the benefit of the towtt, of Cardston and that the secretary is hereby instructed to mail Mr. Woolf a copy of this resolution." The seconder was Mr. J. Y. Card. The ^bpve was carrled'tinanimously. Almost "daily we areTheetlng returned men. � We never Ifdow when they may arrive and the secretary for the Veterans^ dissociation here THROUGH THE SPORT SIEVE /Arrangements have been completed for a bout between Clay Turner, In-, _ - ,. , - dian light heavyweight, and Kid Nor-las all are local men well known here, folk, colored heavyweight of Baltl- Mr. Milton Hansen, of Aetna, has also says he does not receive ,aotice of their coming. Mr. Warren Oifford, Mr. Herbert. Dalnes and Mr. Roy Ooble have been seen this ,>veek. So far as we'are a.ware they air enlisted with the 13th "G" squadron; and -many friends are giving them' the glad hand more. The boxers will clash at the Armory A. A, of Boston, December 31. I Turner recently gained a popular verdict over hl^ colored rival. Efforts are now being made by promoters of Phllade'lphia to clinch a bout between Turner and Jeff Smith of Bayonne>    Such crowds as attended the bike races in Madison Square Garden are happy auguries of sportlng's post-war prospects. The siSortlng element just returned we are intprmed. It would be well to have the con(-mittee of welcome arrange for a public gathering and entertainmentfor our returned men as so many caiiie without notice and al! their friends, everybody here, in fact would be pleased to publicly demonstrate our welcome to them as soon as the 'flu will permit. Wedding* The day before Christmas will be remembered to Mr. John A. Wellman craves excitement as relief from ,the and Miss Rhoda May Lleavltt who were strain of the titanic conflict, and not married this evening at the home of an event of the winter in the least .the bride's -i)arents. Mr. � and Mrs. worthy will lack support. Indoor sports Jeremiah Leavitt of Cardston, but who will whet the appetite for a revival of reside on their ranch a few miles outdoors on a gigantic scale in the southwest. Pres. Edward- J. Wood perr formed the ceremony. The groom is a well khc^wn rancher of the Mountain View ^istriet, and MIbb Leavitt is widely, known especially at the settlement of the saine fFroro Our Own Corre.^5ondent) CHAMPION, Dec. 23.-Church notices: Sunday Dec. 29th,, BlUsson at S;00 p.*., Champion, 7.30 p.m. Sunday School at 11.00 a.m. Red.Cross notes: The annual canvass for , subscriptions on Friday last realized nearly ISOO.OiO. A full report Will be given next week. The usual sewing raeeyngs -will be held each Fii-day, in the church at 2.30 p.m: The- election tor the village council resulted as follows; Mr, C. McLean 21. Mr. G. Manhardt .19. Mr. J. f. Harper IG. The new council will as-suthe office at the New Year. The baMar held at the church on Saturday last realized %81.00. The officers of the' Aid .wish to express their, thanks to all who assisted in any way. About $25.00 of that amount was raised by the home cooking, the remainder from the sale of work. On Thursday evening last a meeting was heM in Campbell's Hall to organize Athletic Society. The meeting Ivas' well attended .and officers I'were elected and the general policy of the society was deterrained. Mr. F. T. Cook was elected �president and Mr. Kidd secretary-treasurer. For skating and hockey the' following officers were elected: Manager Mr. McKenzie. Committee.' Messrs. F. Anderson,-M. &|offatt and J: F. Harper. Arrangements have, been made' for electric light, watisr, etc., and it will only be ^'fejv days till the rink will be going in full swing. Mr. Palmer is the caretaker. Membership, tickets are now on 8a(e at the .rink and at all the stores. .Gentlemen's $3.00, ladies' $2.50. For those iiot having tickets a, charge pf 35 cents will be made for every skate. Ticket' holders are asked to carry their tickets on going to the rink, as the, caretaker will require to see them. FPr the present the skating nights will be Tuesday, \ Thursday and Saturdays, as well as oh Sunday afternoons from 2.00 p.m. to 5.30 p.m. Hockey nights will be on the alternate nights, except on Sundays, when the rink will he closed at 5.30 p.m. During skating hours no 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 at the Methodist parsonage on Monday, the 23rd, when Blzora Gladys, the eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Philpott was united In marriage to .Mr. George Adolf Nielsen. The young -Couple will reside in Diamond City, after, spending the Christmas holidays at the bride's home. The best wishes of their many friends will follow them -to their new home. ' ' Mr. and Mrs. Harley Weeks and child from Cambridge, Neb., are paying an extended visit with Mr. V. Adams. ' Tri^ many friends of Mrs. Charles! Sutton win be pleased to learn that shp h^8 passed through her/operation 'sucoepsfully, and is now on the road J.o 'recovery. The operation took place at Moscow, Idaho. * Miss D. E. Halsall who has been 'teaching jiear Nanton is now visitiny in the town. ' Last week the Women's institute held Its annual meeting when the officers of last year were all re-elected: President, Mrs. A. Joplln; viae-preai-dent, Mrs. Mills; 2nd vice-president, 'Mrs.-W.-Ulrlch; secretary, Mrs. St. Peters. Miss Bullock who has been conval- escing at the home of Mr. Dan Taylor, is going to the homo of Mrs. Will Todd at Kircnldy together VitU Miss Hawkins for thy .Christmas holidays. , , Christmas parses are the order of : the week, A number of old time part-" ' ies are'on tltfr progrftnlhie. n � Mr. and Mrs. tt. ,C. Uobper and family win spend Christmas with Mr. George Mark. - Mrs.' George Marlt was a Calgary visitor during-thf tweek end and..was the guest of Mrs.iH. C. Cooper. , . Miss Clara* Smith is paying an extended vlsif^with '^her sister, ^iro. M. MOffatt; - The anfaual Woodmen's Ball will be held ill Campbell's.hall on No.w Year's night, �; -f..,*: ��  :� - , SPENT IfiMACLEOD (From our - Own feoWMDonainl) MAGRATH, Dee. 23.-A number of Magratil bo;^B^ho have been in the east in tr^tHhl' #nips have returned home^ amcng' thetn are Bon Hood, Johfa Headi Glydfe Spencer and Merril Neiisen. These boys were in the Flying Coirps and haVe been away for some time. They all look fine and Ave ovelcome them home again. Other,hoyK have returniJd; who were in training atCalgar?,-' ^--^'-'-v ... � i � 'The ppst office is now located in its new home on Ist, Avenue* 2nd' door oast of the telephone exchange. Lieut, Swift has a neat little bungalow, the post; offiee^ibeing adjoined. He.-juoved in last week sind is how, comfor.tably located. ' . The M. I. A. gave a social evening on last Tuesday and will commence their winter's work this" week. Dr. N.'T. Beeman has been in town the past -(^eek looking after the medical wants and filling the place of Dr. Dice Who has been away oh a short vacation. Santa Claus paid his annual Visit to Grant & Davis store on Saturday afternoon. He arrived about 3 p.m. and was met by sotti'e 300 children' who were anxiously iwaiting for him; He gave each a S&ck of catidy and nuts, then took them to the movleS. AUTOTIRES VULCANIZED/ OF ALL SIZES By the Famous Hay%vood System RE-TREADING & REPAIRING By experienced Workmen.^. All work guaranteed. Special Equipment for RIni Cut.Repairs. R D.RITCHIE . 208 13th St. S. bpp. Elfison Mills (From Our Own CorrMpondont) . IMAGLKOD, Dec. aC.-^ChvlstmaB Day, a9l8i In Ma61eod was a real one iln every way, Tha weather was real Alberta weather, frosty and''Ybrigl;it sunshine without wind, an ideal day for outside sport. Many skaters wont ' to the river ill Iho onornlng; then the crowd gathered for the opening of the town's open rink on one of the squares, where the Ico was good, and whoro all tiie young people enjoyed the public rlnk,^  At tlie Presbyterian church a unitiud aervico was hold, In which the ralu-Istor and people took an equal port. Midnight mass was colobratod In the Roman Catholic church, �t VMeh a lai-ge number were in atlendaflce. The SiJvatlon Army serenaded ^ many of their friends -with Chrilitmaa carols and other of their happy, cliPrusea. . . , -, , . Many of Ihfe lijftmes entertained heroes of thfe war. A few, hut not many, of the boys were away, l!!rom their homos, but found .Chrjstmas homes among the people of Maoleod. Business men report the day Just before Christmas as very good, and the sale of special Christmas goods exceeded their expectations. Wlhen it is remembered that this district did so well for the Red Cross, V, M, C. A. and Victory" Loan,, they were not behind la spending for themselves some of the dollars that had been saved .the ijast few years. Altogether Christmas tor 1918 was tUo best that hns /been known. A dance In the 1. O. O.'f. hall and the theatro took the crowds in the evening. Several of tlia boys from the front wefe expected for Christmas, . h'ut wore delayed, and arrived the foilbw-ing morhing. A Memorial � A memorial for Maclood's fallen heroes is being discussed by the'veterans and townspeople, andlt la probable that a definite form wlU ho decided on within the. nest few months. -, Curlers are. Jooking.tprward tai^New Year's Day for "their first �=�farAe on the new ice. ' T' ''" : A few cases of 'flu hayeheaii reported this week, *but all-ore . cases brought in from outside peints. Bert <3rawford, who has,.been' eh-. ,gaget\ in stock-raising for sonie years in the Porcupine hills, and Where ha had considerable holdings, sold out all and is spending the winter in Maoleod,. He says, he ..will take a year Ptf and may take up Ifnd in tlte Peace river district. / .Several of those who have shipped ia hay and green feed-from the north cbuntry are well- satisfied with the quality and say the'price is hot out of the way. , 3 P. E. I. business men, propose an aerial route' jbet-ween the Island  and the mainland to 98a;rx, malj^ ,aii(l ,ex' TAKE YOUR | RADIATOR TROUBLES ANDY ThIE RADIATOR MAN 418 i^lFTH STREET SiOUTH HE'LL FIX IT Auto handled promptly and CAREFULLY ' STORAGE ACCI980RIE8 Central PHONE 1023 Old Roller Rink, cor. 3rd 8t. & 4th Avenue 8., Lethbridge W. H. DOWLiNG j W. 8. cook spring.-New York exchange/ * * � - For the seconid time in two starts in the Chicago Billiard league's three-cushion race for the Blake cup, Cham- QUAUTY ACCESSORIES - - - EXPERT REPAIRS MILLER GEARED-TO-THE-ROAD TIRES. ' . ... ... . I GUARANTEED TO GIVE SATISf ACTION. A FEW GOOD BUYS IN SECOND HAND CARS. BIJOU MOTORS "THE HOUSE OF SERVICE" Under New Management. llFTH STREET SOUTH LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA jury to the shoulder and it is not yet kiiown what the extent of the injuries may be at this iVritlng, but he is re-, gaining his normal condition slowly. pion Angle Kleckheter of Milwaukee ^ , , . . . i this week went down to defeat, Charlie Mr H. M. Bohne Sr.,. of Aetna was j LeGros turhing the trick at the Casino nurr^ed at noon today by Pres. Wood by the score of 60 to 58 In 79 inhlngs. ^^^.^J" �"'?^' Wde Jielng Mrs � ,. , Edith Bawden, from Klndersley, Sas- Mark another one un for eolf Al- katchewan. These frieijds are sorae-though thev have been e[vlne for a "^^^"^ than the prevlQusiy named JlJt I^} fl.u^t liff nf, rlL: Lrt couple, but we trust their union will year and a half for the Red Cross and i,__�, _ ,, , .__, ,.....,,,__ fnnrtu Pnrt mi.ht hnv� h�e, P^,^ less happy t'Thcy will re- side at, Aetna where the groom has other war funds and might have been supposed to have become played out as to enthusiasm for signing cheques I g,J,f*'^j;^ea'"'*^.i{J''',jg""elp^^^^^ a very comfortable resi(.(;i;,cc-. Many and taking the strings off their pocket-books when the united war work campaign of sports was broached, the llnksmen have agajn played a scratch game in philanthropy and have led all other �james