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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 4, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SOC THE tRTHBRinOK DAILY IIERALD "BRINGING UP FATHER1' By G. Me Manns LITTLE. DO 1 EK.HT OUO MS' TO VEU.-CAN CO ItLU ME SANTA CLAU5! TOO WOV VJHO fw vr nte HEAP or tvtf> yj HAT MAN HNS> SATl'lUHY, JANUARY-1.1910 lure to guess lie will find coMer weather there ll'au hero. Tbo school board has decided to provide but soup U noua hour tor .children. Some nl the scholars drlva i good niauy miles and a nice- baaltt' hot soul) at noon vrlll 10 direct tu ihe- right The Ualt ho.ililtal reports F.J. Davidson Is progressing favor- ably. The whotu community will wel- come this good news. Xmai Examination RtiulU. Grado Sugsltl ptr HarnJtto Grunewald. 66.6, Archla Mitchell 65.1.S. Edwin Baldwin Mario Kramer 42.83, Dallas Holtmaa (Jrado Peionoa "0.35 per cent Samuel IJonaliJsDn 13.51. Grado Baldwin I per cent. Urace Mitchell 76.60. 73.40. Dinah Mclntosh 69.40, Thelmn I-ockwood 07.40, Andrew lumlnuk 65.20. Anbyn Honeysett Win. Wrass S7.SO. Ralph Hart J0.1J. Grade Honllnuk M.S3 per ce-nt Florence Holtman 63.76, Claude Shrumm 5S.B4. Carl Donaldson S7 SS. Allan DonaHson 62.41, Irma Rogers C1.65. Hartort Rogerj lab. YICA IS PUIIG Camouflage Details of the Ross-Carson Mill (Edmonton fiulletlnl. In the best boiins nutch held in this city for many moons. "Kid" Car- son, proprietor of the Business Mens Club, boied Sergeant Al Ross, mid- dleweight champion of Canada, for premier honors to a well-earned draw. The bout place in the Empire the eye oJ a record crowd of Sins. Both Carson and Ross have rep- utations to be prond of. Ross has met and defeated fllty opponents, only losing to four; while Carson has met and defeated many of the best hoys in the east. Ross had the advantage in weight, which was somewhat off- tel by' Carson being In better condi- tion. One of the reasons ot Carson's eTtellent condition was the fact that he had for a trainer one ot the best trainers that erer slnng a towel, a man who has fought over 300 battles and who has never taken the count in his life, by name Joe Cotton. Boll hoys hare trained long and faithfully and are due to all the credit the fans gave them. The public have been given a few raw deals in tie year past Urals Sctler. After playing for an opening tor about a minute, Ross shot a straight to Carton's body and Carson came back with the same dish to Ross. Ross was on Ihe offensire, but could not connect with any effect. Hoss1 round. In the second go, Carson started out to rush things and landed a hart one on the torgeaui's mtisl have at least tickled him. for he came back with a grin and landed some short arm jabs on Carjon's wind Round even. The Uiird round was a series of twi blows each and then a clinch. Xea the end of the roond Carson sent ove a long left jab to Ross' chin and Ross retaliated with right and left to body. Ross shade. Ross returned In the fourth and played effectively on Carson's body until Cdrson backed to long ranee and made an impression with long lelt jabs. Carson, shade. nd ilrove his fist through the wall, loss' round. The eisbth round was oven and In he ninth" Carson shaded Boss slightly at long range. The teeth round was slower inan he previous round. Ross sent In long arm jabs and Carson retaliated to the ody. Even. The eleventh was mostly all inflsht IDE. with Carson on the offensive. Car son's round. The tweltth was r-erhaps the hard est and fastest round of :he fight. Car son rushed Ross and drove him bac: into tho ropes and Ross came bac! ith a solid one to Kid's jaw. Even The thirteenth did not consist of an brilliancy, as both rushed for effec live blows, missed and clinched. In the fourteenth Ross steadil rushed and used lelt and right to lac Ross' round. In the last round both opened u nil swung right and lelt. each plan Eg effective blows. Even. The referee called the bout a dra In the neit Ross put one on Car- son's solar plexus and Carson planted a right npper cut. Even. and certatniv "DOW good "spirit by In the siitb, with both Eoin? strong, wrntas out in such large numbers. again played to Carson's body They Ire also to be given credit for and and certainly ey way they acted from their seats, for they were as mule as mommies. The public -would, howeTefr, perhaps appreciate the performance a little better it the preliminaries -were brought on without so much delay. However, in this case It was not-per- haps the fault ol the promoter, as Private Tierney, who was to go on Clem Vance, was cnder the wea- ther, and did not give the manage- ment sufficient ttao to fill the gap. The Bout With 3. P. McCormlcS as third man in the ring, the boys took their cor- ners Carson had for Us seconds Joe Cotton and his brother, while Ross had his manager, Clem Vance, and with short Jabs in "infighting'1 and Carson backed oil and planted three ,n succession on -Ross' bearing appar alu5. The fans were by this time con. vinced that both boys were able to al> a lot of punishment, for they di< not. even budge at the opponent's sledge hammer blovrs. Carson's round. The seventh stanza was spiced with considerable in tbe ring. Carson swung to head and Ross came back to Carioa'a body, and the former re- taliated with two stiff ones to bndy witn the right. In the last Wow struck those near the ring heard a slight snap. It was later found that Carson bad Injured his right hand wbicfc. he had broken while training whea he missed the punching Dead or Alive! Automobile Storage from 1st January, per month straight, Steam healed qirtft. Fireproof building. U hour strvice. Re- 11.00 per hour. A. B. SlslHr 20 years' experience. All bu.lrms rfeelVM stttntlor, No job, turned out Book rlsht away for storage, space llmllea. H. T. Henderson Garage which apparently with approv by the tans. "When, the bout etifle joth toys were almost as fresh a when they entered. If the promote on 35 pood bouts as this one the will be a-siirecl ol a good audience. A large subscription was given the spectators to the soldiers and orphans' fund. Carson, Ross and Sealer started the subscription with five dollars each. His Worship, May- or Joe Clarke, gave a short talk on, the fund and ended ap by advising the audience to be ralm during the fight and give both blows an equal chanre, which would help to bring back the old game. Jxjuis Sealer directed the bouts un- der the eye of his former commander, Jim Woods. N'eedless to say, losls conducted himself properly- Tbe ci-j hibition given was well worth, seeing and the fans certainly got their mon- ey's worth. It announced from tha ring that Clonie Tait, HgTitwelsftt cham- pion of Canada, Trill meet Tommy Mulhall in Calgary on January 10, so the Calgary scribe will have to take back. for insinuating that Clonio was sidestepping and not willing to defend his tltlft. Dear Folks: r Tho P. C. Whom the B. C. Into temptation Thought it wss A mm joka But another P. C. Is still more peeved Because his rum is gone And no joke about it. The other About the day before Christmas Friend Friend Came rustics In Just like this: The local "V" is putting on quite an eitenslve program for the Xcw Year. The various committees have been getting active and all departments are to bo looked after. Gymnasium Business men will he given three evenings a week from now day, Wednesday and Friday from 5 to 6 p.m. The exercises will not be too strenuous lor anyone, and a largo In- crease In the class is confidently ex- pected. Seniors will have two days and Thursdays from 7.30 to S.30 p. m. Intermediates also will have two ev enings on the same days as betor Leaders Class For Boys' A strong effort will be marto to put this on at an early date. will tie published shortly. All Inter- ested should communicate with tMr. Manbey at once. Socials The Social Committee is iirruarlng program and will run socials onco r twice a month. Debating Club And not-owed the P. C.'s Lone bottle ol rum With, best Intentions Of returning the compliment But his good intentions Didn't materiallza And he's left the country All puffed up IJki thti: Tuesdays and Fridays from S.30 p.m. Juniors "A" will meet 'Mondays and Thursdays at 4.10 p.m. and Junior Tuesdays and Fridays fit the same time. Special Juniors will meet Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. Swimming The "Y'1 has a fine pool and hun- dreds of boys have learned lo swim In it. Any hoy of from 10 to 14 can now get a free membership crrd which entitles him to tho use ot povi and Mr. George McKillop, who has just gotten out of khaki, has iiecn added io the staft so the physical work should hum for the remainder ol tlie season. Basket Ball A Junior and Senior. League been arranged for with probably fivr teams In the. former and three in thv latter. Tho Junior League will, it is expected, comprise teams from most of !ttie local Sunday Schools, while the Senior League will have, ot least A Debating Club Is In process ot orraatton and the "Y" has already re- eived a number of printed Ivricls on VOpulaY subjects trom tho Eltcnsion! )eparttuent of (he University ot Al-1 berta. The "Y" staff would like to Into communication wllh anyone ntereated In this form ot activity. Soldiers Tie "T" In pursuance o! the policy advocated by tho National Council is Issuing membership tickets free to soldiers (hough tho local association j Is going cue better anil giving tree j tickets for 6 months Instead of three, j Any soldiers who have not yot avail- ed 'themselves ot this privilege should sea Mr. Blckell at once. Bible Classes Classes In Biblo study will bo put on during the week for Business Men and Seniors and possibly tor Juniors. S'inday Meeting For Men A Song Service will ..a held week- ly for men at 5.00 p. ro- on Sunday afternoon. Strangers Strangers are especially invited to come to the "Y" and get acquainted. O8HAWA WINS T OSH.UVA. Onl., Jan. had its opening hero last night with the Oshiwa Interinoalatos winning their first game from LJnJeay by a sooru at 13 to C. VULCANIZED AUTO TIRES OF ALL SIZES Ihn Famous HaywooJ Systea H'E-TREADING REPAIRING lly eipCTtcnced Workmen. All nort guaranteed. Special Equip- ment for Rim Cut Repairs. R. D. RITCHIE 203 13th St. S. Opp. Ellison Mills No Doubt Your Car Needs Overhauling! WE CAN GIVE YOU SATISFACTION AND GUARANTEE ALU WORK Your car will bo overhauled tinder tho able supervision of our chief expert, Mi. formerly master mechanic, of a car 'rapacity in Winnipeg ot renown succeaj. P CHARQES MODERATE PALACE GARAGE In Five Pin Game, Though Typos Took Two Out of Tonight Toe Herald aggregation of live pin trundlers took two out three from the Outlaws last night on the Domin- ion alleys but lost on tho total by 31 pins. The Outlaws took the first by 52 of a margin, but the Herald copped the second by 14 and the third by Freestone of tha Outlaw! was high single with 69 while Kvans of the Typos kicked through with 163 (or high total. Tonight BaronH is here to Btack up against the local ton pin busters. On Tuesday nlcht the Herald and the Bankers will clash. night's T T" SECOND AVENUE PHONE 1B37 H. STODDART Mechanic And the P. C. 1? he knew Where to find Friend Friend He'd go after him Mke this: scores: Downing Thompson Risler Evans Herald Mitchell Motor Cars QUALITY ACCESSORIES EXPERT REPAIRS MILLER OHAREO.TO.THE-ROAD TIRES. GUARANTEED TO GIVE SATISFACTION. A PEW OOOD BUYS IN SECOND HAND CARS. BIJOU MOTORS 'THE OF SERVICE" Under FIFTH STREET SOUTH LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA 15 85 S'J VL K 2 12 three teams. Jlr. Edgett has promis- ed to bring out a crack team, from the Business Men's class. Any players In town not already [connected with tha "Y" are asked to 1 get in touch with Mr. Manbey at once. Vollny Ball The Business Men's class will In- clude this popular game fa Its sched- ule and It will be put on at the be- glnntog ot the class. Bowling v The "Y" has two Bowling Alleys and a league will be formed at once If sufficient entries can be obtained. Anybody Interested In Oils should gel Into communication with Mr. Toll al the y.M.CA. or with the Physical Dl rector. Boxlnp and Wrestling Tils class has already been start ed on Tuesdays and Fridays and Is held Immediately after the Interme diate's class. Considerable Intetes Is shown In the latter class anrl tho Physical Director hopes to bring ou several stalwarts for the champion ships. Boys' Work A weekly meeting tor tho older boj Is hting arranged for which will b preceded with a bean supper. Th program will consist ol intellectua talks, ting songs, etc. Twelve hustlers among tho boys havo been formed Into a Boys' Coun- cil and Intend to make things hum. The staff is ready at all times to help men to feel at home and hopes the spacious building will be used con- siderably more than st present. All Ihe popular daily papers and maga- zines are taken in and there is a writ- Ing room ant, pool table. Volunteer Workers Volunteer workers are needed to eitcnd tho work in the various paTtments. Anyone desirous of ynteering their services should at thu Chinese Class A class has been organized to teach Chinese the English languaf-e, begin- ning neit week. Radiator Leaking? When your radiator leaks Irlng It to us for repairs. We have tho best equipped shop la town tor this kind of All' radiators repaired tinder our dilferent processes arc guar- anteed leakproot en-leaving the Radiators put Ihrough differ- ent processes ot scraping, lug and boiling before repairing. Shop at the rear of Dallas Hotel on Main Street Lethbridge Radiator Repair Station Phone 309 P. 0. Box 578 ANDY WILL FIX YOUR RADIATOR Right and Rdvlso you regard- Ing Its care. Thus ends A Rum Scenario. WE THANK YOU. PROTEST ACTIONS OF HOCKEY REFEREES 'From Our Own corrnoondent) COALDALE, Jan. was a goad old fashioned blizzard last Sun- day. Tho version of tha Sunday church servlco given by "your own correspondent" in Monday's Issuo was to say the least optimistic. As a matter ot fact no attempt at a Eerytco was made owing to the blizzard. Neit Sunday, however Ii New Year's Sun- day and wo hope the congregation will begin tho new year well. Conldale still keeps on growing. Mr., Hallam 13 making goo3 progress with j his house and Jlr. Joe Knapp is glng tho'cellar for a new house be-; twcen Carlson's nnd Lockwood's. i The bank will lie open for business every day from now on. The population of Coaldalo will he. doubled this next year wo expect. Have wo thought abo'it the result. Arc wa ready (or such development? One Question lhat wilt havo lo Ira ir.cort at an early dale is that of a public water Would tho community stand boMnd n move lo mako this school a com- Auto Repair Work HANDLED PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY STORAGE ACCESSORIES Central Garage PHONE 1023 Old Roller Rink, cor. 3rd St. 4 4th Avenue 3., Lfithbrldge VV. H. HOWLING W. S. COOK OTTAWA, Jan. formal pro- test been made to frank CaHer, munlty cenlre? Pool halls and picture shows should be owned by tho com- munity. Why should not Coaldala Bet the pace In lhU7 president of the National Kockiv LaBUe. hy Hie Ottawa hockey cluh ranch near J acleod over the of the, .lllcl.1, 'hh Jennings PitzpatrlcV I'rc-cstone lohnstoa Sihnvcllzer 15r, 20! 25 S3 26 05 HOCKEY CHALLENGE 217 ISO 207-614 RENOWNED ARTIST DEAD CINCINNATI, Jan vcnck, internationally renowned ar- tist, died hnre today of a complica- tion ot dlneaaes, after a six Ho was 71 year.i old, brjl up to the time of bla was an ac- tive figure In American and European art circles. Ho established atucllos and schools at Munich ami Florence, and was the "recipient of tlie flraml Mcilal of Honor of. tho Panama-Pad- tie KiDOsltloa. veterans want to know if there is any hockey mater- ial in thu city, and In order lo find oui they are ready to alack a live-man team againat nny other five roan team can le picked In thft city. The dell was lisued yei- tTtlay, and the sooner Iho dial- Icngo is accepted the hetter thoy will like it. The Veterans have a couple ol r.laasy puck- 'rhasers to start off with In Culjby Dovliiu and Oordon Ilcbor, D.C.M., whllo they havo others who are no slouches with the f.tlr-V. ff for Ice- rire bciDg made, and tho hockey lans will be treated to nornethln? worth while ff when thtt Know corooa fill, Jimmy Polter has got B Job on Jimmy has lot: ti had charge ot the Ottawa-Toronto Arena match at Toronto last night. These officials were I.ou Marah, roftree, and Sle-vo Valr, who acted as Judge ol play. It It alleged the? were particularly off color dur- ing the first period a! Iho game, and. one declaion laler in tho game robbed! the Senators of OTTO goal which was clearly scored by Oy Denneny from a In front ot tho nets. OTTAWA GIRLS MAY PLAY HOCKEY IN WEST couldn't use hla abilities locally. I.loyd Shrura has gone, cant for tho winter to Srnlthvillo, Onl. We i SERVICE STATION Attention, Motorists Your battery needs very care- ful altontlon during the cold wcalhcr. Call Our Service Department and wo will send for your bat' tery end storo came during tho winter at reasonable ratos our up-to-date. UMtery Station. 311 7th Street S. Pfione 816 OTTAWA, Jan. Ottawa Alert Indies' Hockey Club last night dl.'cusse'j the Invitation to compete In iho world's tournament at Hanfl Springs. Alia., In March. It was (le- lo get In touch with those In charge ot Iho Banff carnival ami to arrange, if possible, to make the long trip to Iho Heckles. 11 ex- penses aro guaranteed the Aleri.i will bo prepared 10 defend champloii- Johnston's Freeze-Proof Will keep your raclialor from freezing. It is easier to handle and is guaranteed to be frost proof. ____i ____ .---i r BAALIM MOTOR Co. BACK OF UNION BANK LEAVE YOUR OLD TIHES AND TUBES IN RED CROSS BOX ;