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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 9, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PACK SIX THE LETimnroGE DAILY HERALD Tlll'USIUY, JANUARY 1911! "BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. Me Manns The ORGANIZE FRIDAY NIGHT The captains of the various nve-pin teams entering in the five-pin league are requested to meet on Friday evening at tbe Dominion alleys to organ- ize the league and draw up the schedule. o- fFrntn Our Own FOREMOST, Jan. parts are keeping up the record for Sunny Alberta. weather is very lice aivj fur this time of year. Pakowki Farmer Using Gas Io Heal Home Several Deafhs Reported in District (From Our Oivr. Corresponaent! PAKOWKi, Alia, Jan. Tliere was a reunion of the Weeks family Cow Town Would Like io Get in Line With Lethbridge and Edmonton "With 15 round bouts allowed in Ed- monton, ten tronod bouts in LetiibrJdge and only four ronnd boats in Cslgarr, tie Cow tans are clamoring (or an adjustment of their local condi- tions which "will tnem to sec some real boxing. Mayor Jos Claika is now in. power in the fa quite a boring fan, and is satisfied to let the game proceed so long as it Is kept clean. Lethbridgo lias hai two good seasons at (he spori during time no one could charge that it was anything cfes but clem. So it is little wonder that Calgary is trying; to get into line. The Calgary Aiber- tan sport critic, -writing on the possi- bilities ot a return ot tlie game there, Local boiing fans are clamoring for the boiing matches in the city to be allowed to go at least 10 or 15 rounds. If a boxer can go fonr rounds -the fans say he cau easily go six or ten more. They propose having a ricrinr at each' bout to examine the boxers be- fore they- enter the ring and it frill be hts decision that will allow the men to flEhi- There Is no doubt that boiing is the test sport In the world for all-round training and a man must hare the best physical ability before he cs.n stand the pace, BasebaU and hockey are games whJcti develop the 'anus and legs, which is the case with most of the sporting games, but boxing tesch- es a man the art of self-defense, de- the muscles atid Elves him neiT-j. F. C. Lowes, one of the best known sport lovers in the city, stated to the Albertan yesterday that be in lavor of making the bouts longer, but says it .will have io have the consent of tho of solic? and the city council. "I said Mr. Lowes, boxing is the best spurt in the There are Lnnureds of fans in the city -vfeoi are anxious 1o ESS the bonts lengthened. As it is, Calgary con have no championship bouts, as these kini of battles generally go from 10 to 15 rounds. It is stated oa good authority that Sergt Kid Sealer is anxious to pro- mote same boats In Calgary, but will not do so until tie time is lengthened. This proposal is scjmftihing that shonld be attended to and tans end proraolers in the city should see what can be done. UOSS Anxious to Meet Carson; Mr3- Quick 'who hus been Christmas Daj- at Carl Dad Decision at Edmonton Word has been received from Sergt. At. Ross that, if Kfd Car- son Js willing, the teihbridge man is ready to meel the CapHal city battler in Lethbridge about the 25th. of the month over 1hs ten- round routs. The local promot- ers are in touch with Carson and match can be lined up. Ross is of the opinion that he got the worst of the decision by a wide margin In Edmonton and he is anxious for a return match here, He says he is in the pink, rearfy to go the route if necessary. WALKER WILL QUIT BASEBALL Athletics' Slugger Announces Retire her parents Mr and Mrs. during (lie holidays relumed to her home in Lethbridsc last week. Mr. Becker and family JeU last for lied Deer where they have pur-] reported. at Orion. There were 29 prudent, In- cluding the doctor and the banker. One of the families were absent in California. A very pleasant time is chased lanil ana intend to reside in the fature, Mr, Geu. Alton who formerly owned ami operated the Foremost Hotel was E. visitor in town last week, Mrs. S. M. mack matron of the Mun- icipal hospital who has been spending the holiday season in Calgary return-1 Oil home on Friday last. Vv'hen.yon find a "cache" please do! not remove the contents. That's steal-' ir.g and I not squeal. Mr. ,J. M. Hillis who has been Fpeniliog the holiday season Ms family in Medicine Hat returned Io town on Saturday last. Leslie Bennett has left for the lum- ber camps in B. where he expects to remain the balance of the winler. John IJeuneU, who was out there for a few weeks, has relumed home wgain. (From Our Cjtrn Correspondent! Jan. ami Mrs.' C. T. MeKinnon rcturtW Tuesday, at-( ter spending thoir boneytr.ooti at (he coast. Tho whole community wel-' comes them back and extends hearty j good wishes -for their future happi-l ness. At the first meeting of the newly i elected village council, which was held last Monday. A. II. Ilygg was appoint- j ed reere for the ensuing year.. A new hoard of health was appointed, can- sisttcg of A. II. KygE, J. H. and K. D, Strong. They also passed a re- OTTAWA, Jan. their brlcl, suljiDStK'd to tho control Iribuu al today, the imbUfbers made the fol- lowing It is shown, for iusUncs that u[ the mills have bet-a iueludtug their contributions ty the PaUlotk tViiii ay u "cost" of IreailnK them as an alUk-uiion of profits. THo Uooth mill, for includes Kur.-J, and other contrlbu- tkMi3 lu iis (MS! to thit eitcnt of 27 it ton. In other words, it the iiublUtuirs tony its paver to pay ihp.-e contributions for It Instead of reJiicine [irotits to that oiteat I'rSfo Mrotbera even cliargiMl up as A the valuft of lumber contri- lulod for UK.' relief of Halifax suffer- ers Tho J-Turentide charged as :i 'Vust" in tho iiiauufucture of news- print their outlay In defcudlug ihe orliuinal jirosecutiou launched by the attorney-general of the Coltc'd Siates for vlolalion or thu Sherman Anti-Combine law. In other words, Canadian publishers claiiti to liavp faced eitr.i costs of 30 cents a. ton to pay for do- rending a combine ot Canadian mills which was inimical to tho publishers. AUTO TIRES OF ALL SIZES VULCANIZED the Famous HaywooJ System RE-TREADING 4 REPAIRING By experienced AVorkmerL All ivorli guaranteed. Special Equip- ment (or Him Cut Repairs. R. D. RITCHIE 208 13th St. S. Opp. Ellison Mills 5200.00 tor tho benetlt or the local''flu hospital, Gunnsr 11. B. 'Mercer ot the 7Slh tat- C6G feet -water gushed forth at the rate of 35 to 40 gall DOS per minute, mixed with a strong fiow gas. Mr. Roberts and Mr, lljtirath struck about the same flow ot water, with the ,Eame quantity of gas, 3t about the Mr. A. Kufherfonl returned Mr. Harris is separat- MelviH-e, on Sunday where saa from the water, ani has Harris, Roberts and who has been acting manager ot rath have all been successful iu get- the local bank during Mr. ilcK'nnon's i ting a good flow ot water. When (absence, returned to Calgary. Mr. f for Mr. Harris, at a depth of Mercer expects to get his discharge j upon his arrival at camp. G- 11. Johnston ot Hurdett. lias re- ceived word that his brother, Ssrgt. P. L. Johnston, has been awarded the D.C.M. for bravery In the field at Cambral. Sorgt. Johnston enlisted with the S7th Grenadier Guards, and went overseas with them ahout three has hesn visiting with his family. gas to run a furnace tor jcars ago. lie has been wounded The annual meeting of the local; ccoking ami heating purposes. This] twice, acid Is now inarching on, with Cro-5 society t.oM a week' stroke ot good luck ot these farmers, BRISTOL. Walter, iaEO and tha report rendered Is toBether with their present irrigation gratifying indeed. system which they have whereby "OMBH" BARROW Six Teams Enteredj and ule Likely to Commence Next Week A six-team five-pin league In the offing. It looks BE If some- thing would be done in the way of organization this week, and it is hoped to have the league sched- ule drawn up and a start made by next week. The teams which propose to e.rv ter the league are the Bankers, Barbers, Clerks, Mechanics, Out- laws and the Heratd. Flvs pins are going strong thi's year, but the ten-pin artists hope to rib up something before long order that the bays may deep fn trim to take the scalps of the Barons Mil- lionaires ytt this winter. MARY GETTING BETTER -LOS AKOELE5, Calif., Jan. Miss Mary Picfeford, the motion pic- ture actress, who has been lit with influenza since Monday, was reported improved today by her physician. She was said to bo fa no danger. No Doubt Your Car Needs Overhauling! WE CAN GIVE YOU SATISFACTION AND GUARANTEE ALL WORK Your car will oe oTerhaaled nnder the able supervision of our chlet eipert, Mr. formerly master mechanic o( a 3W car capacity garage In Winnipeg of renown success. CHARGES MODERATE PALACE GARAGE T, H. RAVEN Manager SECOND AVENUE 1837 C. H. STODDAHT Master Mechanic ing BD a real estate business at his nen home in Limestone, lean. talker nas been a star erer stare hs broie into tae blj league. He a-ith the St. Louis Browns for a couple of seasons until trader! to the Boston Red Soi. He came to the Ash- letics in the big trado wnereby Bush, Sc-hang and Strunk went to the Red Sox. Last season "Walker was In great form. Along with George B'.trns he helped to breafc up more tban one game with his timely extra base smash- Before tie season iras far ad- no testivltles or public demon- here. Yet it h'as been the 73.00 greatest Christmas In the history of the world since the angels chanted Cash J1.165.2S their song ol peace on'earth. Victory The north side finished 2223 articles. won. Righteousness and justice sit The west side finished 2SS7 articles.! upon the world's throne. God Is ac- Thf! Wildhorse circle finished 124 i hnowledged as the supremo ruler over articles. The King's Oaughlers finish- 1 tho destiny ot nations. This, together ed 254 articles: with the safe return of many of our 9S pairs o! socks were sent In, of and the anticipation of meeting which the school children of the Bur- many more of them soon, has made It lington school, knitted GS pairs. Mrs. a Christmas never to he forgotten.1 vanced the combination secretary I'layle was elected president tor the ensuing year and Mrs. J. M. Green became just as popular as the old Cra- vath-Ltiderus duo of home run smash- ers o! the Phils. In addition to his hitting Walker also is a great outfielder. He is re- puted to possess the neat throwing arm in the game. Mr. Frank Hillis, of a visitor in town last week. Mr. Perrin Raker was a irisltor with Ws brother Capt. Baker at Frank dur- ing the week. 'he farmers have great sport chas- ing coyotes on the lake this winter. the victorious Canadiau army, towards Berlin. Principal McCulre, of the Consoll-j dated school, who has been spending his., holidays in Kdmontonr.is reported to be suffering from Ihe 'flii, ivkicli has developed Into pneumonia. At the lime of'wrltlrjs, thore are no casea of 'flu in town, except those at tho hospital, and these are all from the surrounding district, especially from tho gas camps norti, of Mr. Picrson of the Calgary Gas of- fice, was kind enough to send down two trained nurses, to look after 'flu patients from the gas camps. MUST CHANGE RANGE OF HISTORICAL TEACHING Pro's dispatch via a Radiator Leaking? Wlien your radiator leaks brlnp it (0 us for repairs, We have the best equipped shop in town (or llus Hind ot work. All radiators repaired under our different processes are guar- anteed leakprool on leaving the shop, Radiators put through differ- ent of scraping, rins- ing and boiling before repalrloe. Shop at the rear of Dallas Hotel on Main StcseL Lethbridge Radiator Repair Station Phsnc 309 P. O. Box ANDY WILL FIX YOUR RADIATOR Rtght and anYrso you regard- ing its care. 418 Fifth Streets. Messrs. Ceo. and fYank Weeks conterenu! ol llio Kducallonal ten nlreaflj. Host ot them 1 la Oratiam Wallas, Irlng in Eomo spoils from their chase. Jrofe5Eor of Political science 61 Mr. Ellgem Hill received (ho sad news recently of tho death of his MacX had a speedy outfield at the j beginning ot the 'flu epldemli close of the last season. The Walker-'. parsonage on Thursday event TheKlna'a naurtitore are requested Mfa: "erbcrt to meet for the first time since the 'hc3r babj" 8'rl from Kopp-Jamie son combination "nras high-class one. Walker's loss will force Mack to ivorSr overtime to re- place him. YANKEES SAID TO WANT COBB 1C. .Ing, The young people irere on a. to Idaho v.-lien they took sick and died. Herbert also was very sick from the Train Service -Mr. UonJon. acting superintendent oi the Lfl'.hbridtre division of (he C. P. R. and Mr. Siilnnlck. a represent- ative of the Canadian Board of Kail- way Comtnissioaers came down on Reported That Dttroit Is Offered I Tuesdays (rain to investigate conrii- turne for Star Itiona as'to the train service on thin influenza hut '3 now convalescing. The town school opened again Thursday after a week's holidays. Miss Grace Gihhoney, vho has been assisllni? Winston In the post, lvorli for Eome tlm0' hss rc- floroc- don University, urged that tho whole range of historical teaching must ho altered. An udvisorj- committee ot Ixjndon University on Imperial studies had found It Impossible to teacli special subjects in that particular Held If attention were solely concen- trated upon the Hrillsh Empire. c friends of Mrs. Anton Oiscn It was inevitable thai since Tyrns (line. Itcprpsenlatives from the hoard w111 ljo Pleased to learn that she is Raymond Colib hail returnt-J to the; of trade, the municipal council, the i some fieltcp and expects to he able to United States after duty as an officer j merchants ami many farmers met with return to her sister In Xorth Dakota :n the saa warfare service evcrytiorty.! thorn. Mr. Khlnnick saM who had nothing else take him away from to do should prc-ent one train week service Detroit v-oulfl he continued. As to the advh-! in a few days. The miniature Mizzarrl on Sunday aid not amount to much. Mitchell Motor Cars QUALITY ACCESSORIES EXPERT REPAIRS MILLER GEAREO.TO-THE.ROAD TIRES. GUARANTEED TO GIVE SATISFACTION. A FEW GOOD BUYS IU SECOND HAND CARS, "THE HOUSE OF SERVICE" Under New Hanaa'-mtnt. FIFTH STREET SOUTH LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA American league club and sign him j ability of resuming the two train a Three Is scarcely any snow here for some nlhcr club. The tall started he mailO; it very clear The motoring ccmtinuea rolling with a story to the effect that! 'wr< lurstlons hid to he nnsworH Hcv. and -Mrs. GoWing received a Manager .MUlc-r of the satiFfadion of the hoard: (1) message from Dr. Gershaw Saturday Yorfc Americans was empowerefi inconvenience (ltd the present evening that their daughter, Winnie pay the cluli for ils service involve? (j) What oulgoinj v.-as doing well, but couid not leave hold on Cobb. then pay Cohh a [ificiy In Uie few tde hospital yet. salary o! J20.000 per ytar. [months? The mail service did not I Thero are no known cases of In- Those are large figures in lhc-3C! th'J consideration. As In the' fluenia now eithw In Pakowkl parlous times. It Is a cinch that (fiat of Orion, hut Ihere are a few cases in i Brooklyn Katlonal league club is not ,m candidly, it illd country. Mrs. Brlgham I'ttkett m'mg to pay any such price, hence cntcr argument, and. as to tho j who haa been suffering from liitlu- lha matter loses interest, and we are llat (relghl