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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 27, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta ^MlNGING UP FATHER" THE LETtMaipdE: DAILY. HfeRAJD FRIDAY, DteCEMBfiR 27,1918 7?r By G; IjidcManus ONE OF THE 50C�TT UCAOeRi The Sport tlii� sorrow of tbe many (Who^}ha�. lost near and dear friends in the ooifllct, the relief from the drsadfttl aiityenso of more than four yeani>!:duratl6n hau made of, this tho moat'to;;.be nniem^ bered Chriiitiuas^ ever eip�rlenoa ��" . Thiye were not uaiirrforaal-c^re-moAles. The Church/ "of (hw Holy Family hold the usual nddiililit.maas servloes and th� ntnlar: Chti|tman services were gMoithrdngh irith ye*-tei-day. Christ church alao, observed the .usual CbristBiatT.fl�rTlc�AMsphere betngr ho'regular juatiQi^'it the Vaited phurch, no services war* hoMr out h dianflv i8.> being served tO'th^ Sutuday School children this erhnlBg.' . The day was one ofithe/quletesb ever�een hej;e, but the real ChrijUmas' spirit pervaded all places. , Many citizens who have been ou& of town returned to be ,^lth .tbelr^fam-ilies for the day, some of them to re-f main for the holiday season. * The police court had nothing to d�> because of ,the absence of dlaorderly; conduct upon the;streets; . 1 V | * | POOlt' vyOMAN LEAVES FOI^TUNE 'DENVER, Col.-When Mrs. Alin^ Mathilda Jul|a Cardoner of Barcelona,):" fSpain, died a few days ago In Albu-' quoique, N. M, hert friends believed she was comparatively poor. But when her attorney, Jos. Jl.'Wilson of Al^buquerque, came tp O^nvar today and opened her safety depositi boxes iu local banks he found )3iO,000 worth, of Liberty bonds and., thousands of' dollars' Wcjit'th of other securities. Mrs. Cardoner was the widow,of a. wealthy Spaniard who owned a lA-ge blockof stock In, a chains of stores in mining camps in Idaho.; She spent considerable time in America. Harrjr Orchard, now serving sentence in'the Idaho penitentiary for .v-j-v-.-rJ.'- ""it.- 7; tencB'm-the laano penuenuary. lui ^tore caifa4/neare,st.the correct num-, �,,nectlon V?!th mine trou night at the, jj^a believes ho has been the last of , bier. � He is Iho winner .of the toy train on' eshlbjtioa in the window. Sir. EVHddee's' number won ! thre large rocking horse' in the Tradini: Cot, and' T)lr, Findlay the small oco ; The large turkey in the butcher shop, whpse weight;..was being guess-, ed, turned out to bct^mos.t-interesting. The exact welg^ Vras 22�'thjng goes well Calgary will soon be able to lay claim to Ross as a local lad, providing he does not return to his home in the 'Peg, and the locals would be extremely lucky to have such an able scrapper representing their city in the boxing line. LEViNSKY DEFEATS HOUCK LANCASTER, Penna., Dec. 25.- Battling LevinsJpr defeated Leo Houck here today iU: a six-round bout. A clean knockdown in the fourth round that followed when Levinsky landed 1 '"^s"''""" - -,.!,_ �, r,f Wniiot'o i menced tossing able to tempt any of them Into a. Services were held yesterday at the matcli.. , ' . f , Presbyterian church also, and it is The following 1& a description of announced tliat 'school will begin on the match: � . 1 Monday nest. \' � ; Mr. Taylor's shoulders fh-st kissed' The Latter Day Saints services jrfll the mat in 23 minutes, and 27 seconds, be held on Sunday'unless the �hurch' when Plestina used a reverse headlock authorities here''deem it unwlfee " to that held the north\^stern man help- do so. - ^ , less. Strangler Lewis used to makei A Sad Ctirlstmas a specialty of this hold, b^t. Plestina'! It was a verj' sad Christmas at the explained later that/^ranglir Ed'had home of Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Rol-no paterit on it and that he was per- lins, of Cardston, who brought their fectly Justified in: using it. Taylor daughter, Eilo, from- Lethbrldge \by the amount takftn, over three thousand i couid hot be ^divided, so Mr. R. AV. dollars; The Bow Island end of the Bradshaw, bought the turkey and the A. P. P. has been working on the case, bitcher gave each lajdy |5 each."~Mr., but so far without result. The safe Bfadshawiiad early-in the day given wis cracked between closing time Sat-. | each lady a Ghristmns turkey, so -it urday night and early Sunday morning; 1 was a happy'crowtf all af^ound, the while the theft was npt dlstoyeredun-! ladies receiving "n. Christmas turkey til Sunday about.11 a.m. So the cracks- and also ^5 ^for their guess, men had a good start and evidently A smaU group of friends attended! made the most of it. the services at the cemeterSr on Tues- Cbnditions point to ;rather a dull day afternoon held over tho~reraains Xmas hereabouts. While the 'flu scare of tlie little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. may be blamed to a certain extent, the Reuben Hydeh, of Foremost, that had fact fitlil remains that-two dry years been brought here tor burial. The bles some years ago, was Vbroke" once when Cardoner was visiting, in Boise. Orchard owned one-sixth 1 Interest iu the famous ^Hercules ^-mine vat Burke, Idaho, and'induced Carnoder to accept hlsjinterest as collateral for a loan. Orchard's interests aftCTj it had been transferred to the Spaniard, : became worth thousands otrdollars; ^ !> ^ ? ? ? .v BACK IN HARNESS ? er ills breath. A body scissors and arm- jhelnd Ward The voune ladv was lock secured by Tavlor looked bad for some twenty two ylars of aee Ind Plestina, but the biff fellow fought his fp-J^-L h�r nLIL^p ?! Jff'ov!^ until both touched and the affair was sincere sympathy of mai^ friends on over, ^^'^ .' , . Taylor is willing to go on record as , , , Accident to Lady declaring that PlesUna Is the. strong- A bad accident resulted to Mrs. for business Inacti^'ity. ; leer. The singing was furnished by a It is,.however, remarkable that the double nlixer quartet. They sang spirit thown by practicallyjill in this , "Scatter Seeds of Kindness," "Want-district, is one of optimism, lyuite a ed on th'e' Other Side" and "Tho' number farmed on a comp.iratlvGiy Deepening Trials Throng Youi* Way." large scale both last "year and the year W^Ords of liomfort Wore spoken �by before, and few, if any, broke even on Messrs. Oscar Blumel and P. D. the two years, yet they are prepiired. .Clarke. Sqine years ago Mr. antj Mrs. to/go at it next spring on a larger Hi'den were resident of iVlagrath,'but scale than ever and the slogan is: "If have lived at Foremost for the past we .get a crop in MI'S \yatch Whitla j few years. They. are. well and favor-grow." {ably known in both places>. and the Miss Nellie Beverley, our only farm- people extend their syifipathy to erette, but a mighty progres.^ive one them. , . at that', left a tew days ago for a trip to Chicago, thence to Sunny Ca.i'or-nia.. She will return .in the early spring to,prepare ber "three quai'tcr4'\ for.tlio-''big dotrigs.of 1919." TAKE YOUR TROUBLES TO I ANDY , THE RADIATOR ? MAN 18 FIFTNrSTREETiSOUTH V ME'tL FIX IT . TAXI DRIVER HURT AlOOSB-JAW,-Dec. 26.-Jim Blrkln- , ,,, ,__________ , shaWj taxi driver for the Standard Jas. Leadbetter on the day before. Livery, lie's in the General Hospital WNIPBGi _26.-Alex fvf fe^^^^^^^ mi Mitchell Motor Cars ; QUALITY ACCESSORIES - - - EXPERT REPAIRS a , MILLER GEARED-TO-THE-ROAD TIRES. ^ ^ J ''GUARANTEED TO GIVE SATISFACTION. >5 A FEW GOOD BUYS IN SECOND HAND CARS. i BDOU MOTORS i- I "THE HOUSE OF RERVICE" 'ir Under New Mftnajiement.:. V)1n^ STTREET SOUTH LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA to tlie jaw. in" the'JasT news rii)t|^;r^d a third Other bouts went the six rouncy occurred at 2-pim* at Pres. Wood's limit and resulted as follows: office, when Mr.. James-,S. Webster, ^ Prank Britton, of Boston, won from third son of Mr, and Mrs.-Samuel^Web-Johnny Mealey, Philadelphia; Frank gjer, of Mt. ,View, was married to Brown, New York defeated Young miss Melba C. Strate, daughter "of Robideau; Johnny Murray New York and W A. q..Strate. of -the won from Walloy Nelson. Harry (Kid) ... . Brown defeated Johnny Gray, i York; Harlem defeated Eddie Wagon; Dick Slosh, Cleveland, won from Freddy Reese, New York,-and Bennis Valger of France, and Frankie Clark fought a draw. HOCKEY GAMBLER IS SENT ,1 T,T,,,, M=,. place. The ceremony wasper-i iJ^xf^XS^^I' v^^t *oTed by Mr. S. Williams, "and the Eddy Kelly.^New Jork, y^^^g p^^^,^ depar.ted at once for Mt. View,- where 'tJie, receptioii was held. Their friends' everywhere will wish them a pleasant and prosperous journey along life's (iour:Be. More Cases of 'Flu The 'flu situatjpn is not yet in; a! condition to warrant a,ny optimism., TO^AIL There are three new cases in Cardston reported over Christmas, and it TORONTO,. IJec. 24,-IJavid Palmer, Is said that settlements' outside o� was convicted in Uie police court to- Cardston are still affected.^,Two cSses iday of conducting a common betting were reported at Hall Sfiring.the first (place at the Arena and sentenced to of th* week, and three more a;i'e said', jail for 30 days without the option of to,have broken out .since-five In all. a fine. Constable Courtney swore that This point has been free of it until at a recent, hockey game between the this,week. Rumor says it came from Dentals and/F'yal Air Force he per- Macleod to the above-named poi^t. . sonally wagered ?50, with Palmer at Under present conditions all pre-:2 to Two other constables testified cautions should be used to prevent ' to having seen money passing to Pal- further spread of tho disease* as .njer. Palmer's attorney said he would every other centnelias had,a sad exr ; appeal the case. perience throuffh.- Agricultural College, died of openlrtg of tH^V" Spanish In'fluenza contracted at tbe bfeen -award^^ ^ I winter fajc- J croM. AUTO TIRES VULCANIZED OF ACL SIZES Bj- the Famous Haywood Systwii RE-TREADING A REPAIRING By, experienced Workmen. ^11 work guaranteed. Special Equipment for Rim Cut Repairs. R. D. RITCHIE 208 13th St. S. Opp. Ellison Mills Radiator Leaking? When your radiator leaks bring it to us for repairs. We have' the .best equipped shop in .town for this kind, of wprk. . ',,' . . ., / t .' i �. All radiators repaired under ^ pur different processes; are piar-^nteed leaikproot ou leaving the shop. . ' ,' Radiators put through* differ-!. ent processes of scraping, rinsing and boiling before repairing. - Shop it^.the rear of Dallas Hotel on RlWj.h Street. ' (iriiBgie Radiator Repair Station Phone 30�>  , P. O. Box 978 SERVICE STATION Attention^ Mofoi^its Your battefy needs very careful attention during the cold weather. CaB Our Service Department \ and we win>ehd tor ,^our battery and ctore same during the -winter at reasonable .ratat at our up-to-date Battery Station. 811 7th Street 8. Phone tfl SERVICE j. D. TH0MP80N IN CHARGE All Makea �f Batterisa Repaired and Work Guarantee^d. Uthbridgi Motor,* Ltd. C-P Oil Dec. 31st (tlut� Sal^ of Tires i|t Reduced Prices CIqscjs COME IN AND BUY YQURS BEFORE IT IS TOO UTE. , ^ BAALIM MO^QR Cp, BACK^^OF IJINIok iANK LEAVE YOUR OLD TIRES ANDTUBErTN OUR RED CROSS BOX > ?827 3014 ;