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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 27, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta 'PAGE SIX 'iLETil6niDdE'.1.'DAILY HERALD "BRINGING UP FATHER" By G; McManus WELX- 1 WUZ BUT Oft, JCINT6 ftANED N1UFE- IfcEUT FOR VWOZN'T J ONE OF THE SOOCTT LEADCTIS mum (sp'eciaiito the seaion has passed nero, ilnd many plouimnt Not atnce tho declaration or war, over five yean aio, baa there been such genuine tfiankiulbcx oipreassd by overybody an bat tho His Christmas. fesline 'V-relief orer ending of the awful conflict was oojl) general, ana while 'ilrijed .wlih tho sorrow of the many lost near and friends In-tin coifUcl, the relief from iho drwlful suipenjo of more than four years duration' hi'i nude of tuts the moit' wissm. bered Christmas by the people. not Bles. Toe the Family hsld the uiual mass services and the service's were goneitbrouth 3 Til a In Livingstone of Port Arthur, in Win- nipeg on February S7, 1913. Ho then started on his way to the hall of fame, battling all comers and disposing of them as quickly as they came. His first defeat was when he stacked up against Fred Fulton, of fame; ill Fairriew, MonL, on October 1, 19.U: He the decision to'this bulky scrapper who outweighed him by 35 pounds, and even at this i Fulton', although he was in Ilia prime. I could only set the decision, and at Ibat, some people.were clamoring for a draw. He fought a 12-round draw with Walter Monaghan. 'drew with Al Me C'ty in 20 rounds landed the sleep ptoducer on BJdie Hrusso in three So many ring fans are clamorinj !o- rounds; two decisions over lk ery of a liquor cache on the St.-Mary's rlvor by boys1 skating in. the vicinity resultert in some work by tlio A. P. P. that was quite satisfactory to all citi ZCDS hero who respect the laws H seems that on the report "of the boys as to tho find of the first case that it was taken in charge and a Cur- (Froai Our Own WH1TLA, Dec. cases of 'Bu have been reportcrt for the past week. The first epidemic took' Its toll In this district In Ihe person of CI. H. Cook, a widely known farmer and his wife. Hoth died at llcdicino Hat with- in 24 hours of each qthcr, leaving two stnall children. Cook was farming tho Carson place Jiist across the track from tho station at Whitla. Our station agent, M. L.-DooIey and hts wife have just recovered from a bad attack of 'flu. The lives ol. both especially Mrs IJoolej-. who was in poor health when (Frorn Our Own Dot passed off very njiietly here this year on account of everything, public Kath- uclng. closed as a result church, uo out K. dinner served Sunday School children luls .'The-day was one of ever here, but the real spirit pervaded'all pticei; Many who have been-, out of town returned to lllea for tho day, jouie if .'them to re. tor the holiiloy-seadoh. The police court had nothing to du teeause of ,tho absence .of dli.oriJerlK conduct upon .i" J 'POOR' VVOMAN LEAVES FORTUNE 'DENVER, Mrs. Aline' _ Mathilda Julja Cardonsr of 5paln, died a few days ago In Albu- querque, N. her. friends believed, she was comparatively poor.1 But when her attorney, Joa. H.-Wilton of. of tha second outbreak of the flu. it has returned. None of the new cases wealthv Spaniard who owned a large have come from the public school, as all .who are how stricken are adults. block of slock'lu.a stores iu l.wno are now stricxeu are anuits. qi.p Mr. Smith lucky straight, he measure of Taylor -I According to San Francisco reports] Plestina is a much improved wrestler ,p11'' and should give the topnotchers house. Lifted the Ban t The -bail has been lifted Jo- public itherlngs, and" a dance was i al-'j lakes his' loss philosophically on Christmas night at the, believes he has been tho last of cracksmen who blew the safe in Sam Kicliardson's store nearly, two weeks Richardson, who- is post- man whose'guess-on the'number of beans Grant Davias' store 'caino -nearest the correct "num her.'lie is Uid winner .of the toy train on exlilbl.tloa-.lii the window. Sir. 'E. Had go's number won tho large rocking horse'In the Trading Co'., and Jlr. Fiudlay tho small 'or.o The large turkey in the bulchtr shop, whose weight, was being considerable tlinu iii: Ailieiica. Harry Orchard, liow serving1 sen- tence In the Idiho penitentiary for 'murder in conneclion with mine trou bles some years ago, was vbroke" once when Cardoner was vleltlng in Boise. Orchard owner! oue-slitli. interest in Ihe famous lliirke, Idaho, nnd induced Carnoder to accept his jnterest collateral for a loan. tirchard's Interest, after. It had been fectly Justified in' using Taylor .daughter, Ello, from- Lethbridge A P'P has besn working on the case, butcher gavq each ledy J5 "-Mr. m0ney lit Denver' safety de- but ao'far without "result the: safo Bradahaw h'iid early.- In the day given Later-JIta.- Gardoner re- wis cracked between closing time hard rmTfar Ui'efr is eymnasium. amount iakSn. over threo thousand i could not be divided, ao Mr. It. AV. able to tempt anv of" lham into al Services wero held yesterday at Tho Bow island end of the. Bradshaw bought the turkey and the match church also, and it Is is a'''description of announced that will begin on the match: [Monday nest. Mr. Taylor's shoulders first kissed1 The Latter Day. Saints services -will the mat in 23 minutes and 27 seconds, be held on Sunday unless the church when Plestlna used a reverse headlock authorities it unwise to that held the northwestern man help--do so. less. Strangler Lewis used to make! A Sad Christmas i- a specialty of this hold. but. Plestina'' It was a very al the explained later Ed-'had home of Mr. and Mrs. D. W. no patent on it and that he was per-.lins, of Cardston, who -brought._tholr Hercules mine for cash placca lnc i each, lady .a turkey, so -It to Albuquerque, llted modestly her utlbrney 'the .only heir; urday night and early Sunday morning; happy -crowd all afound, the ami he vrhile the theft was not illscovered un- ladies receiving -a Christmas turkey A dauBht til Sunday about, 11 the cracka-j and also 4o for- their guess. nves in Spain. men had a good start and evtnenilyi rA small group of friends attended! made tho most of it. .1 the services at the cemetery on Tues-1 Conditions point to rather a dull day afternoon held over Xmas hereabouts. While the 'flu scare-' of the little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. may he Warned to a certain extent, the Heuben Hyden, of Foremost, that hod j fact still remaius that two 'dry ytara "been brought here'-for burial. The i a local lad, providing be does not r :nm to his home in the 'Peg, and th locals would be eitremely lucky to He took on weight while in the army and he wants to take that off. four round bout with Tall in Calgary ohoned that'he had. all his old-time upeed buf if'showed also that he sad- ly-lacked condition. Since then, how- Vver he has been training hard, and will shortly bos Battlins Carson iu Edmootoa. By that time he should be res3y to come back to his old stamp- ing ground here and be at his best .Calgary is trying to claim Ross as her own' as will be seen by the fol-j lowing paragraphs from the Albertan, but In spite of this Al will always con- aider Lethbridge hU. Alberta home the fans of Lethbridge and the always >ilm a ijabridge hoy; The Albertan. sport crltk eays: '.To leok over the records of Serjt. Al Ross would keep a person stufred ing their city in the boxing line. LEVlNSKY DEFEATS HOUCK Penna.. Dee. Battling LcvinaJjy defeated Leo Houck here today 'in': a siE-round bout. A performing some acrobatics with his 'tween S and clean knockdown in the fourth ,a left swing lo the point of Houck's: lor suddenly romemDered no was a B7eftalaeb with eoooI lesuh" but Lev iOTOU'h- only smiled nnd stakc Way at j !n "nsky wtt Bbbw ,'T. VV... Duce. of o'cIock-Chiistmas !arg-a scale both last'year and the year Words cf comfort n'ere spoken .by JJtEirs. Oscar Blutncl and .1'. D. .Clarke. years ago Mr. ani] Sirs. 'EO at it next spring on a larger Hyden were rcsldenfi of _Ie than ever and the slogan is: "If have lived at Foremost for the past w" get a crop in ISlti watch Whltla few: years. -They. are. well and favor- crow" ably known-iu both" places, and the I.Iisa Nellie Beverley, our only farm-: people extend .their sytSpalhy to .._. ...._ by an abscess, also one in the TAKE YOUR RADIATOR vTROUBLES TO ANDY THE RADIATOR-MAN 418 FIFTH STREET.'SOUTH "i HE'LL FIX IT V or his breath. A body ccjssors arid arm- lhc 2nfl -Tne young lock secured by Taylor looked bad for 50me twenly-lwo'-yea'ra 'of age. and Plestina, but the btg fellow fough, his pmaia aDd a ,arge fafnjly ed Toronto tonight'by a score o, Taylor on the mat and Increasing timer3 in Card5ton, anli tlley havlj pressure worked his shoulder arounl. Of majs- friends oil until hoth touched and Uie affair was T HOCKEY SCORES' OTTAWA, Pec. Ottawa defeat-1 to BACK IN HARNESS reading IB iterfal for along tirne. WINSIPES Dec. accounts.'of the'battles he Irvin. veteran defense player fdusht .ii-ould keep one so interested erette, but a mighty progressive one them. at that, left a few days ago lor 0 trip to Chicago, thence to Sunny Cluttir- nia. She will return -in.Aho early apring her "three uofnga.of 1519." V TAXI DRIVER HURT over. Taylor is willing to go on record as declaring that Plestina is the, strong- Accident to Lady A bad accident resulted Jas. Leadbetter' on the day ilOOSE JAW.'Dec. Dirkin to Mrs 'chaw, taxi driver for the Standard ure of, the squadron before. Wvei-y. lies In the General Hospital Queenstown is.cleared of all. DESTROYERS LEAVE FOR U. S. QUEBNSTOVvN, DBC. Am- erican destroyers, flying long "homeward hound" pennants steamed out of the harbor today amid the roar craft In the harbor. Sea- Planes dipped over them as they dis- appeared in the fog.' With the the harbor of that you would not stop until efts" fairry made jou. of the Monarchs" hockey club, who announced his permanent retirement from the game last spring, left last night for the V.-noai, born in Ihe coast, where he will Join ..-_i.j t_i_ A Vancouver team m the Pa-. tide Coast Hockey League. Sfan., July 1S9'4, started his boxing cireer about 1909. His first real fishl w he started on Iht upward grade i when hf fought and defeated Dick v.v Auto Repair Work HANDLED PROMrjfLY AND --CAREFULLY STOtiAGE ACCESSORIES Central Garage PHONE 1023 Old Roller Rink. cor. 3rd St t 4th Avenue 8.. Lethbrldse W. H. OOWLING COOK CAR OWNERS! WE CUT YOUR REPAIR BILLS IN TWO Any 5-Pawenger Car We Wifl Overhaul for PARTS EXTRA Palace Garage, 2nd Ave. S. STODDART 4 RAVEN AUTOMOTIVE ENGINEERS______ PHILADELPHIA, Dec. 25.-New lent; period of