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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 31, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SIX THE LETHBRinGE. OATLY ftUKALD Bv G, McMatuis DID SEE VJHA.T IT SAX'.1} IN THE WELL TOW NAME VOOVE HATJ IT W.I GUT MOST THE TIME I THINK TUESDAY, The Sport Fbotball Scores Curlers Over the Top Tomorrow i Edmonton Claims Carson as Real on New Year's Day Jdmonton boiing fans are looking [anrard with great anticipation to the ilg.boitaE card Sergt. Louis (KM) "Sealer has arranged for New Year's y. Billy Barton, -who will be remem- red'by Ihe iocal fans as Ihe boy. who wonders In Sealer's boiing .1 iris in Calgary last summer, is act- cg as traintus partner for Sergl. AL -while Pte. Jinuny Tieraey, a LONDON, Dee. Eng- illsb league footbill games, played on the ground's ol the flrst- vnamed clubs, resulted as follows: London Combination Brentford, 3; West Ham Untied, 1. Clapton Orient, 0; Crystal Palace, Fulhsm, 3; Tottenham Hotspur, 1. MIHwaH Athletic, 1; Chelsea, 1. Queen's Park Rangers.Q; Arsenal, 2. Midland Section Bradford City, 2; Birmingham, 3. Grimsby Town, 0; Sheffield Wed- nesday.' 4. J i Leeds City, 0; Coventry, 1. Leicester Fosse, 1; Bradford, 2.: Lincoln City, 1; Hudderslield Town, rcll Siovrn local lad and Younge ;Runge will train with Kid Ciraon. Ifloss and Carson willbatile intheEm- theatre, Edmonton, on New Years jay. Carson is an Edmonton lad and lalmed by. that bunch to be a whirl- and promises to mate tbe -Leth- Irtdga lad step fast all tbe rounds the mill ing. Al. Ross of Splalmed by- Lelbbridge, -was seen" In 'Calgary some time agcvbutHOBS' per- "fonnancB against.Tslt a qnar- ,er ot n bat the iast'ern boy Is eapabls Jt Botn being claimed by their towns J'jjs. "world beaters" no one can pass an lil jfpin'on without seeing them In action; I rat -nil have lo wait nntll the news B lomes Albertan. 1. Notts Forest, 2; Barnsley, 0. Hctherham Connty, 0; Notts Coun- ty, i. i'. Sheffield Itniled, 0; Hull City, 0. Lancashire Section Blackburn Hovers, 1; Everion.J. Blackpool, 2; United, 2. Stoke, 2. 1, 7; Burnley, C. United, 2; emuneratlon for bis strenuous work 'o him the result ot his efforts ba ieen most gratifying, and daily chil- :ren and adults voice their entbusl- _stic appreciation of this act ot big- ness ,by one of onr big-hearted citt- :ens. Mr. P; B. Ludlke left for his home n Pairvlew, Mont., last week-end. Mr. Stepbenson was the holiday guest of Mr. and Mm. Win. CAR OWNERS! WE CUT YOUR REPAIR BILLS IN TWO Any Car We Will Overhaul for PARTS EXTRA Palace Garage, 2nd Ave. S. STOPPART t. BAVEN AUTOMOTIVE ENGINEERS j Hath, to combat our There is not recorded football match wrote as follows: "Our neighbor, Princeton, sent her chosen 24 stalwart men, and one Go- 2o Etrlplio'si. in the history of the Olympic gamea a more Inter- esting and decisive mitcb played in sri time by s'uch a number of contestants as this game was. Rut- gers led off by winning the first In- ning amid Ihe vociferous cheering of the bystanders. "Princeton seemsd to play a lil'le wild at the beginning, but In tbe sec Held, of the Reid ranch. Fleming returned on Satur- day from ifedicine Hat. Mr. and Mrs. Thompson were the____________ j olid ay-guests of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Lethbridge. Monds. Mr. Walter Wallwork, of Medicine Hat, .was a visitor here on Friday. Mr. R. S. Beattie spent the holi- day with Mrs. Beattle's plants, 'Mr. and Mrs. Parker, 18th Ave., Calgary. Miss Tena Schonert left Friday for Medicine Hat, where she will re main until tie reopening of school. Veteran Shaw, of Altorado, was a visitor here on Saturday. He will re- retirement. Miss Dorothy Doran Is spending tbo holiday season with her parents, Mr. and Mra. Doran. 'Mr. TojnrLeary arrived home for the festivities, on -Tuesday. Miss Pasba "is-spending the holiday season with ber mother in Calgary. Mr. expects to leave shortly for England. Mrs, MaeWilliams and son. Homer, of Medicine Hat, were holiday guests here. Mr. R. A. lIcDocald returned on Tuesday .from Redcllffe and will main with his family until after New Year's.' Halloran, who spent Christmas with, her family, has returned to Cal gary. Mr. M. J. Hartford spent the holi day in Medicine the gneat ol Mr. and Mrs. J. Darling. i and lira. F. W. Brown, Leth- jrMge avenue, are enjoying a visit 'rom their daughter. Miss 1'mlly, of! Calgary. Mr. of tbe Bank of Montreal spent.tho holiday wllh friends Acetylene Welding Springs Welded GENERAL AUTOMOBILE RE- PAIRING AND BATTERIES REPAIRED AND RECHARGED SATISFACTION GUARANTEED All Work Under the Expert Man- agement and Supervision of George Lawford, recently fore- man of Graham Motor Co. PHONES 1644 AND 559 409 Second Avenue Opposite Lethbrjdgc Hotel TAKE YOUR RADIATOR TROUBLES TO ANDY THE RADIATOyR MAN FiFTH STREET SOUTH HE'LL FIX IT V. Pederson left on. Thursday Tor Louisiana and other southern slates. Miss Pedcrson does not ex- pect lo return until Easter. 'Mrs. Leary cnterlained aa her holi- day sueat her daughter, Mrs. Spears. Many friends will be pleased to lenrn of the continued progress of Mr. Gordon Evans, who is an inmate ot the hospital, suffering from an attack oE influenza. Mrs. Evans Auto Repair Work HANDLED PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY STORAGE ACCESSORIES Central Garage PHONE 1023 Old Roller Rink, cor, 3rd St. i 4th Avenue Lethbridge DOWLING W.S.COOK critics as 01 anil was hailed by eastern c.( one of the best wins men to handle bo remembered for his stellar hockey j performances a few. years ago. Poullo f also refereed a number of' garner'dur-J ing his few seasons In the west and to i rcdlt It must bo salil Hal he ed them making a most perform in the East. He figure on, competent and impartial official. :he Vancouver line with Barney Stanley and "Cycloue" Taylor. For Vancouver It is also announced tliat. Charley Ukslla, substitute of the Portland team, will be along to play the utilHy roles with the Millionaires. Frank j Patrick figures this peppery youngster' Is about the best utility player .on the circuit, and he looks for him to show real class as a member of the Const champions. Uksila will join the sqyad ond inning piey recovered themseKcs early this week. It was eipectcd that and cirae victors. So it continued [Stan Marples would come to Vancou- off and on. one gaining, then another, Ter but negotiations have been until the ninth zrA tenth fnnlnga, i celled, when, notwithstanding, Rutgers quick- Mitchell Motor Cars QUALITY ACCESSORIES EXPERT REPAIRS MILLER QEAREB-TO-THE-ROAD TIRES. GUARANTEED TO GIVE SATISFACTION. A FEW GOOD BUYS IN SECOND HAND CARS. BIJOU MOTORS "THE HOUSE OF SERVICE" Under New Manaa'menl. STREET SOUTH LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA ]y and boldly followed successive vic- tories, giving them six runs to foor of thereby coining oil con- Harry Holmes For Seattle Holmes, veteran goalkeeper, who guarded nola for two Ecasotia for the Seattle MeU, may AUTO TIRES VULCANIZED OF ALL 81ZES By Ihe Famous Haywood System RE-TREADING S. REPAIRING By experienced Workmen- All work guaranteed. Special Equip- ment for Rim Cut Repairs. R, D. RITCHIE 203 13th SI. S. Opp. Ellison Mills Radiator Leaking? When your radiator leaks bring it to us for repairs. We havo. trie best equipped shop in town for this kind ot wort. All radialors repaired under our different processes me guar- nnlcei! leifeproof on Vavlts the shop. Hadialor8 pat through differ- ent processes ot scraping, rins- ing and boiling before repairing. Shop at tho rear of Dallas Hotel on JInIn Street Lethbridge Radiator Repair Station Phone 309 P. O. Box 378 SERVICE STATION Attention, Motorists Your battery needs very care- ful attention during tha cold weather. Call Our Service Department and we will send for your bat- tery and store same daring the winter at rcasonablo rates at our up-lo-dato Battery Station. 311 7lh Street S. Phona Git querors, which was hailed with eiulf be recalled this season unless "Hock" ant fbonts of applause by the admir- Fowler Is available, and it is Just pos- ers of Rutgers." Islhle that tbe Ulter will be departing! shortly with the Canadian Siberian BAKER QUITS. iforces. Patrick, acting on be- half of tiie I'.C.H.A., has, however, BALTIMORE1., Dec. given the Arenas ol Toronto permiiH Bafcer, the Trappa mauler, has made i slon to make use of Holmes services un hi-, mind not to play ball next sea- until he Is war.iet! on the coast. but to remain on farm near this city. However, thore it every reason to believe the sea- son of 1019 rolls arouM he will be i of Iho Yankees. This is the season for famous players lo announce their from Ibe game, Before the 1015 season opened tbe ''home run king'1 signed a three year the wl parifcularjy Holmf-3 played an effective game for els while on the coast. Bhovring 1 form against tho