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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 2, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIS HIE LE Y HERAtD, FRIDAY, JANUARY 2, Ui, .'BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McManus DID THE PI-ANT i I'M THE ONLV ONE. VfUZ. HIT MS' ip -VOU CANT LOObE DOH'T TO -COfjS; DAUGHTER MAKf l Vancouver 2 SEATTLE, Jan. By a score 'ot 3 lo 2 Seattle defeated Vancouver last evening in the Pacific Coast Hockey League scheduled game. The homo team put the puck through llielr In the first lwlnl period a IK! each team tallied in tlio second. Ottawa 3, Quebec 2 QUKUKC, Jan. whirl- wind hockey from start to finish, tho Ottawa Ssualors continued their tri- 'wyhant progress this evening when they defeated Quebec, 3 to 2. .CALGARY. Dec. Heard, president ot the- O.B.U. miners of Al- geria, returned to the city tonight with statement tliat he had ueen drivou out oC Lpvatt, a mining camp Phones 787 Residence 1510 Eddie Be rat r CITY TAXI SERVICE DAY NIGHT Country Trips a Specialty 1856, Officr 409 3rd Ave. S., Lethbrldge, Alberta. Ride In a McLaughlln Special, it costs no more. iSS-pomul crown. Rosenberg lias since turned professional. NEW YORK. Dec, titles changing n wealth of In- ternational boxiug luatchus. and re- newed activity on the part of the hoM- 'ors of championship titles, the year 1 1019 will go down in history as one of tho greatest rounds tho calen- dar ever enjoyed by iho strenuous i sport of taxing. The pntEtandicE feature of Iho year, in fact tho greatest happening in the .space of Tour years, was Jack Demp- .sey'H. dethronement of iho fiianl This heavyweight champion- ship match, with the memorable sett- ing nail finish in instal- ling a now champion at Toledo, July 4, v-iiMivfe ifi the memory of tho iasis of tho ring game, Tho rsaiik re moved frr-m activity orre of cha most unpopular ring champions in tho his- -tory the sport and elevated a youth -.wltose popularity and ability to suc- cessfully defend his laurels, when call- the change ia the j ship of tho two titles. Uic recent ro-j markable victory on December -1 of j floorgca Carpentler Kuropean heavy- weight champion, over Joa llecketi. British titleholdei't :n the astounding time cf IOFS (bait half n roinid, slsmls [orih brilliantly in llio season's activ- ities. This match tailored Fred FnUon's] quartette of uifiichos in England In i which tho tall plasterer from Mlnne-l seta plastered four ol Ueckelt's lead-' ing rivals. By skilful dodging Beckett and the former champion. Cicnidard managed to evade a match with Kril- ton. or tho Oarpentier-KeckeU Itnut probably never ivmiuj iiavc been pro- nioletf. HccKett hnd previously been forced to his limit to dispose of KUdio veteran Oshk.osh boxer, in seventeen rounds of a scheduled twenty-rountl ifi London. Karly Hi ihc year American boxers CURLING Kf-sults of (.'onipetltiou; beat Aird. Cnrberry beat Fox. Reid hear. .McXalib. Clark Crawford. Kirkham beat Scolt. Pent beat Duff. beat Hoyj. Davidson bciii Taylor. Maclcocl boat ShcplKwJ beat Stou-nn. Hamilton bef.t New Year's upmi, is beyond j visited .England and met with rovers- There are exceptions to the work- als. It is ;i matter of record that de- -Jngs ot-naturo in a boxer's career. Ichlons favoring English boxers In two l.JflCk BriUon, DC Chicago, welterweight of the bouts wore questioned, even Vierncnstrsted: this early In'by English sportsmen wiio witnesse'l the year, on March 37, to no Lexact, ifho exhibitions. Tho hout between 'Out Ted. KM T ,mv Is J Lynch and Jimmy Wilde In London on of-nSpfttand, and regained the wellcr- championship title, which has 'rested helvecn these boxers for sisvcral years. .These were .tho only to chance h'ands during the year. since Ilia un crown, lias been ring Vr'ork, trcivcllir.s around rbe -country, gatlierjiig in the money 31 sumta out, nctably in Ihis regard. The match was for rouMds. Both boxers were ou their font the finish, though from reports Lynch was tho frpFbcr. Mike- OTJovd, middleweight cham- pion, scorccd his greatest achieve- ment of the year on Nov. 'Ji, when he the popular decision over Mike not affiliated wl'b a club or league, and 0112 who probably would be pleas- ed tu accept the position as chairman of the commission if he thought it would SEIVO the game 'from future troubles and from losing Iho il now possesses. The man referred to is Judpe Kcnc- saw Mountain Lamlls, wlio declared, when tolil that he was one of the men the committee appotnUd t, and Eland by until his master comes. puring the year Tainmlc has been oif the course hero he Kns'ncver Hark- ed nor violated the rules of the sa Recording 10 his admirers. One, of Ilic most melancholy of still clilonces has conic Into Ihe'lifc ot alO'Usary. to Wcstou, tlio most PEDESTRIANS LIVE LONG Edward Pay son Weston was born in Portland, 3Jj., December IS, 1S39, SO yrars nco, aud his Irnnscoutlncntnl pedestrian feats perfonnnd >vhcn lie was past the lURrk, furnish added proot of the virtues of walking in preserving health and vigor. Thirty or 40 years was among the most popular of sports, both amateur and professional; find the great walk ing matches In American and English cities aroused wide enthusiasm. Most of the famous professional pcde? trians of that period attained a ripe old age, nntl not a few of them arc Uan How Is Your APPETITE? r.Ioybs you need a stimulant. K you do you should tako oxer- bowling is the best oierciso you cau Iiave tor (he appolilo. Try it. Dominion Bowling Alleys Dominion Bldg. Entrance on Sixth Strest. Our Orr FOREMOST, Alia., Dec. On Christmas Eve (Wednesday, Dec, 24] the West and Nelghborview schools combined to give n Christmas concert in the West field school. Rev, J. TX Taylor, n! Foremost.- occupied the chair. A program reflecting urea', credit on the teachers and pupils of Ihe two schools was enjoyed by an audience that filled the school, to ca- pacity. The following (s Ihe program: Chorus. ''0 recitation by Hera-y lane; recitation, "Elder Hrown'e Uig Iftlgar KlCord; song, "Ohrtelmas by the school; recitation, "Ilis Ern- est Anderson; recitation, "Turkey's Gco. Crawford; song, "Just He N'eJghborvJcw girls; reel- tatir.n, "Teddy Lylo Kimmitt; recitation, "Christmas Is Mil- Ion Shearer; dialogue, "Trouble in Snntci Westfield school; reci- tation by Mary song. Island woman. Her i fumous of tha old champs, still claims ANDY THE RADIATOR MAN 418 Fifth St. S. ANYTHING IN RADIATORS Electric Welding 'CAR-REPAIRING I Lawford Welding Co, 2nd Ave., Opp. Uthbridsc Hotel Phone 1544 primary sohohirs; "Tho Twenty-Sixth.11- Lewis Collins; recitation, James Col'Ins; recitation.! ''Christmas Gonna in GPP-' lion; recitation, "Christmas vrns n corking good KolCcr, but be the champion heel and too Hamlcl Kimmitl; song, "Dreary lie- only Unm ho bad to jjtoy was on Sun-pvalker nf the world, although be Is Neighborvicw ijlrls; rccHo- ctays, being a hard working business tT7. Hincc he commenced Ills profcs-i tlnn, "Merry Christmas Isabel man. He nscj lo play from sun np if tonal ccrcer in ISG7, recitation, "To Sanln lo suit down every1 Sunday till the walked over miles In Enghn.I, jV.'ard Klmmstl; reuifatlun. MnrKarct snow fell. I France, Ireland, Austria, Canuda rlfalogiie, "Squire Hawley'8 This brvak in his week was lieaHIiithe States. XclKhborv'ow scholars; anil life lo him, and It made hKi recital Eon, "Kris Kriirglfi" Alice Crnw- happy. Uut 3if3 wife, after a PRESENTATION TO lford; recitntion, "Papa's tcitc Kimmitt; pantomime ROUK, five AVliLL-LIKED TEACHERfgirla; "riirislmas Wishes." irrim our OWL IpfJinjiry reading. Mrs. Kimmit; OH1OX, Aita.. Dee. Rulfi Jrccilalion. "Tht Same iJrar Old Santft Alma And'-rwpn; rccitaMon, wife, after a hcgnn (o him and tind fault with his going off every Sunday and leav- ing her with the household duties and the children to take cure of, anil finally, unable lo stand her Jackson, of Orion, closed a successfi; iiny lonper. one Sunday morning he'term'of school at Glassford on Tuss-iOyde Kimr.tjU: threw his golf clubs in the asli barrel l'3rd. Tho closing exercises! PIols." schwl; song, and said he would give up the gatno-were lield in the ovontng of the jvfr-sl Clirlsttnas F old owl at the toi- of his fighting (entirely and stick close to home .Sun -jnnrt n good program was rendered i {hiring the energy. It. will a good man lo beat him." Williard Only Stunned Muldoon says that Willard wasn't a We Have Installed a Full Equip- ment for Repairing RADIATORS Can liaadlo ill makes of COTS. Expert Hoi Air Furnace Work. FREEL ELLIOTT Sheet Metal Workers 336 6th St. South Phone 1713 days, holidays and every day to suit which consisted of a debate1, viz., "lie-1received from Claua sent bev. .solved, that ranching is more profit- AiTiUralla saying thnl be was Having; He kept his word, and as n result Wo people of Southern Albsrla grtat denl of tWficnHy iu making! his business suffered, bis health farming." The judges dccide.I jhis ronntls but expected (o arrive at 1 igan to fail him, bo dwindied away to [two lo one In favor of Ihc ranching. in time io meet '.he! hurt in the fight at Toledo. Willard toldi him so himself. mcro SQadoiv of himaelf, and "not After tho debate there were dialogue's.! people. Jtul before the end of IbD Jio wns siiiiined, said Jluldopn. ago be died, lie 1ms crossed the recitations and songs by the school jjirogram he arrived and proccede'l great hazard, the Kivcr Stymie. Cast ndrlfC she sought employment In a big department we'll "Thai Is nil lhai. happened to him. After tliat first lilow on Ihe jaw Wil- lard nai'J he felt no pain whatever. He knew tliiit Dempsoy was hitting him. [Int lie really did not know any- thing from the llrae that on him unit bis second ask- ,0 a, cd rum If they might throw up sponge in the fourth round. "I said "yes" Willard told me. "But I didn't know what it wa.i nil about. ond others. without delay to give presents After the program was ended pres-lc.irnly nnd fruit lo thrjc preseni. ents were given to every pupil byj Diirlinglon stliool gave an cicellfnl engage said Hie manager. "Kc-i'liolr teacher, and Ihe pupils In town port tomorrow lo Mr. lilnnk, in Iho 'presented their teacher .with a very so, nntl was as- a 0[ lh HANK GOWDY SLIPPING llniik (he hero ot nnny a not E.KIsficd Unit lie Is Ibe heat big man be has ever seen ih Ihe rlns, Calls Beckett Counterfeit .See how IOIIK it link him to down aftor (hn champion wa-i sttiiinofl iincoiiscliins." In1 added. was a counterfeit." w.ld the old trainer. "His managers kept him nwny from all Ihe dangorfiiis men. You will notice lhal (hey did not let Fred Kiillon lifive a cliuncc at him. Ifn fa a fiilfrn, iijipi-rriuent, uripk.flH.iiLt youth, from I have heard uf him, but fiulto of choice present. The. chairman nnd school secretary- Ireasiircr spoke very highly of Miss Chriritmns concert titst Mr. Norton Maclean, of Calgary, is visiting lila brother over tlie holidays. Mrs, Cumliff lifts boon confined lo Itrr homo for a few days by .tackson's work during tho len monlbs'i Mr. JJrit Wright leaves today for term of school, paying thai they wort't.irio. well satisfied with her services anrl Urban WiHso ond children are thai not a single complaint bad been lo Hat a short or or tho opua cateher! Ilowc-ver. It is almost certain one of the eight teams In the big circuits will hid in for him nnd his followers urn certain ho has several good sea- sons Iclt yet heroic fie will I.F> to retire to the minors, made. Afler the distribution of candies and oranges and Ihree clicers for Ihc teacher, tho school sang the national Mrs. John Evens Is In town for .1; few days. Mf5. Illack ftv; friends at an evening parly lasl week. v BELL SAVES FINNAN KltlK. "V'Oiin.K" I'lrno. o[ Iliiffitlu, dtfoutcd l.r-o Fiiiimn. of Krif, in ten nmnds. The b-jH s.Tvod from a knock- onl in llir; fourth round, llo'.h men C- ENGLISH BOXER KAYOES FARMER Ore., Hoy Mcformirh, lighl-hoavy. (voiRbt chntnpion of knocked on I. Frank farmer, Wrltisb mcr was similarly flludyinc hcnrd HOlng Into the njovitig picture, of Trolsky. A very rJiainpion o[ -I'tvice Agcicy hns Ai Scotlanrt Vnrfl a parly of film actors arc bu.iy aliidyind Uoluhc- vial dais 'vhioh the Hrlllsli Secret Ser- Ibc 1'acjffy fn tho ninth round of a Kcheriulgd 10-rouud ]icro tf.Hlay. One gPC'Mooking, filini young actor was ahsoriM'd In a photograph of Lc- nino, with a viow (o portraying (fin Holfthovlsl dictator boToro iho wliilo another more porily muni- Ibongh somewhat hfzarre, lyiie of I' actrcs.- I; as been cast for the role of Red Jlu'su. The iilni ha.4 been written hy Vimy Auto Repair Shop Adame Block 13th Strict N. GENERAL REPAIRS FOR ALL l.iAKES OF CARS. By Experienced FORD SERVICE AGENCY TIRES STOflAOE ALL WORK IS GUARANTEED Q. F. WILSON, W. TULLOCH the Uritlflli All characters will bo reprcsenla- tivo of the real Uolahcvisl leaders, built up from llic actiifil observation? of men In Uritish government BOT- vlce who HHW the revolution from inception, Tiie lifni, wfion completed, will rclcuscfl, with (he, object ot combat- ing tho sprend cf Bolshevist ganda IlirouRhbut the British Em- pi ro. Onrald years mcnihcr of Secret 9er- j WHS found mid IT a Montreal balcony viro who been 'trough I willi feel nnd bands frozen, VJH liUFriJn, and -tRiplo mmortal stfiynl tlicro ilir'jc days and to supply a thrilling conario. The j bficnnsc tumid lo go to school, hav- whole is produced MJO lug Uuant. ;