Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 18, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta
SIX LETlllvmOGB UEftrf-D Y is. 1010 'BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McManus I MET HIKO 4REAT TENOR HE VJ07. SO INTEREST- TM.K1N1 AftOUT l COUPON 4ET (ft but perhaps the unlucky couple j yesterday afternoon the worst firo. the Napoleon Piirolle nincli. Napoleon The news was spread anil bv fivel Another new in Cham-; be a smouldering mass of ruins, o'clock a large crowd ha.l gathered j Pion is picture show every Monday} Chas. Latterly o( Uarons is in town I whiskey such us lias made Kentucky .famous in iiio world or fiction. Mr. 0. Mey- on business, 'officers loft the maMi anil went out he Lethbrlilge road to meet Ptejer, of Vulcan, Is ihe proprietor, and Henry Holmes. J. K Anderson, lorn tookmg for still but they could- .cer. On Ills arrival in town ho! he promises a good show. The -Court. John Powekon anil P locate it However Uiev ihe proposed match. j Was greeted with the cheers of all. I wiU be 35 and 15 and the first jChrlstcnscn were in Taher as dclo-: that is fine, as 1 would have Mr Mac Dradshaw as "Cot-boy." tratri to ineel either Willard or Demp-jxo (he best representations sey." 1 asked Carpentier H he would meet were Miss Harder as "Prince Charm- MfeE Matt in as llie "Bat" ami I OKEH BARROW YHllard in 20 rounds htre !n France! Mr, McMullen as an "Irish boy." or in Coblenz. tor example, before the] The Navy League committee turned American of the army of over lo the fund, the proceeds ol occupation. lheir supper given in the Rod Cross "Before I could fight In lheir rooms a week ago. France all the American boys will i The Red Cross lunch Tooms were in have gone replied Carpenlier. j charge ot Ihc Relief Society on Sal- Looks Good in Fur Coal I urday last. They turner! In Hn to tbe The French champion, who still is a i ticsasiirer. Mrs, C. H. Ewdley, Mrs. K. sergeant in IhR nitarlipil tn'Karren and Mrs. Hacking managed aviation. Joolia to bs in ?6od but he would not lell me how muc'.i j be weighed and his big fur coat pro- j ventei a good guess, j Carnentier was wearing civilian' clothes in Paris, with a little knot of of Honor, and a wound medal Jin his huUonfiofc. He-Is still direct- supper arrangement. Next day the rooms will he governed by the gentlemen directors. They will have complete charge of the supper, ks, waiters antf dishwashers. Turn and give them your At Raymond of Folks' Reunion Was Very Suc- cessful fFrnm Our RAYAfOND, From the standpoint of numbers, the Olrl Folks We Don't Fix Radiators We Repair Them The Reliable Radiator Repair Shop George Farquharson, Prop. Rear "D" The Tailor, 6th St. S. We Don't Experiment, We Know Hcnv ANDY 1 he Radiator Man 418 Fifth Streets. ZBYSZKO WON HAXSAS CITY, Mo., Feb. IS iV'ladek Zbysiko won from Uanato Oardfnto last (n a wrestling HC bout with two straight falla, the first n 39 minutta and 50 seconda, with ce hold and wrist lock, and the sec-, ond in seven minutes and 31 i a hammer lock. ing a physical cult tire school in tlie French army, located a'. Joinvtlie, Just] outside of Paris. Carpentier's parents and sisters returned to France via the purpose of raising money in Ret Switzerland through permission of the Germans a year figo. Kangaroo Court in connection anp THREE MORE RECORDS TAIT PICKS ON AN UNKNOWN SASKATOON, Feb. 17. Clonls Tail and Con Ilardle are- match ei to box a champion- ehlp hcrut at t'ntf tlieatre here on Wednesday night. No Doubt Your Car Needs Overhauling! WE CAN GIVE YOU SATISFACTION AND GUARANTEE ALL WORK "Your car will be overhauled under ths able- supervision ot our chief expert. Mr. Rtoddarl, formerly master mechanic ot a Z'i'j car capacity garage In Winnipeg of renown success. CHARGES MODERATE PALACE GARAGE ;T. H. RAVEN Manager SECOND AVENUE 1337 C. H. STODDART Master MechanTe DAYTONA, Fla., Feb, Ralph de Pafma, in a specially built auto, equipped with a Liberty motor, yesterday broke three more world's records for straight- away dashes on the Qaytona Beach speedway. The time for yesterday's dashes are given out by the Automobile Association of America as fol- lows: Fifteen mile straight-away, 20 miles, and one mile, :33.33. The dash was from a standard start, and the others from a flying start. Reunion very committee feci doubly repaid for ______ ..__ _______ energy and effort put forth (o mike a (wo weeks business trip to Toronto, jit a success. Upwards of 200 were Mr, anrt Mrs. Carl Poulsen air. now entertained by llie committee at (lie located In their new bungalow in thc, 2nd ward mei-ling bouse and then the cast part of town. !n1fl taken tr> the ore" Next KrMay evenins an entertain- house anil Ireate-il to Die "Stubburni ment will be given by tha M.I.A., fnr Motor'Car" by the Motor Car Urain- atjc Society. gymn'sRlum starteiJ" here. Ilancin? The memberfl ot the committee nre bR the- order nf the evening, a Mr. and Mrs, A. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Kirldlon. Mrs. Mr. and Mr.i. C. W. Mr. Mrs. J W. TCvims. Mr. ar.A Mra. W. Xfllder, Mr. sml Mrs. J. V, iiainion, Mr. and Mrs. J. yf. In the evening; tltn c'jin- mlttee uave marrlcl folks daiic.- in Hie opera house. Intarsiierafil a short iirfjgram and fully 200 were Tlie first Stake niOElinr; of thc year will be heM Saturday March Ut. Leo Thompson Is home agun after lifclne away more than a year In the AUTO TiRES OF ALL SIZES VULCANIZED By Uio Famous System RE-TREADING REPAIRING By experienced Workmen- All work guarBtilced Special Efju'P- meat for Rim Cut Impairs, R. D. RITCHIE 208 Ulh'Et. S. Opp. Ellison Mills Urcsbments sorve'l. Hi'FLU Attention! iviph in m'Ty mir (hat wo have to 405 Second Avenua S. oppoFi'o No. 1 F'rr- Hall nn'l nrc nov; pnsHiou to yoii (lie in tbe city. Call nntl tfc Convinced, TIRE SEflVICE STATION Schrllr (Formerly Palace Vulcanizing Works) WHAT'S IN A NAME Are (he present car own- ers Fuvnrc of tlie fact that 30% of ttic cars all over llio world are equipped vritli (he W1LLARD BATTERY Do not IIR mislctl nny tn- frrinr lottery, Imy n nnO jiiakc cure it Is a Males of o'jr frcr service I.Ufle Ampr-rc "A battery v.ithnut aor- vlco (s !ikn dreail j'east, il vvon'L ('all nml V-t us explain our fitill BrUcr SWItard. 311 SEVENTH ST. 8. PHONE 616 fj'ro-i Own CHAJMF'ION. On Wednes- day 12th. Mr. llorger, who horl for tlmo. away ol home, rhi' Illness wWch tegan i American army. John PoweTson attended irrigation mc'jUnga in Tabor, Foremost, and Milk Htver during the past Thc Slake M.I.A. Is making GIANTS GET WINTERS with an a'.Uck ot Influenza Icrt ,0 plclurn ulceratlora o! Uic slomach. The ae-jnims which arc especially noUtealilo ceased IMVM a wife anil n younj hy absence of the gun nml (IKS baby monttia old. At Hu: there was a SDTVLCO sovcnly-flv" peo- womiertul of the hern it pie ivt'te present. The service was (present "The Bohemian' Olrl" In trie heroine In performing "liravo'' Tlio Alberla Stake Opera Co. YOKK, Feb. 14.- The New 1 continued at the graTGflitte Nanlon York N allot] a J league rliib v-'zs-, formed today by the national........... slon that Pitcher now a lieincnar.t in tVifi srrny, hUl! la the 1vvnn v Iir-jj.eriy the Xtr.v dun. traiTiing camp of thc spring and [hen wsa rfclt-ascl lo many morn Joined in the service, ho will knov.-n in that district. Kaymonil OpcTa House tonight. Dlad of Flu Porter Snow, tli6 youngest son of was opened nnd anyone 0. II, Snow of Kin on Tiirurclay vlovfcil Ihe remains, j laat, and Inirtcil (wlay. Ifia dcatii "ilo'Jt a family ani) for (lie Sunday More ____ u 1_.. ZBYSZKp THROWS ANDERSON I ST, Mo., Feb. BCh0o1 anrl apparnnlly nothing vaa the Kansas City ciub of the Amcrt-Mek XbyAxko, Polish wrestling chain- amng him. The lad'waa one of Iho cun Aesoclalfon under an optional-plon, lonlR'nt defeated -Arlvdo Ander- best In MX cliifis In nchoot. He was agreement. In June lie was clralted inon, of Hoston, In two straight accurate in work and nnxfoiis to ,into thc army. jot I'D Jlearn and get ahead. When the rcw2- TIRE REPAIR ACCESSORIES 2 in f Tread Filler Protection Patches Lace on and Hook on Boots Tire Talc Reiincrs Vultex And Cement BAALIM MOTOR Co, 1 BACK OF UNION BANK A Post Card Will Drlng You One of Our Handsome 1910 Calendars.