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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 26, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, DECEMBEn 26,1017. PAGE THREE "BRINGING UP FATHEr By G. McManug CMMiCK TO t>NEAK ^ oar- MA�ie talkin* fO S>OMt OWE  I HOW * VJITHOIHTV- tUL W 1^ t>0>(OU ARE MOW! LOVE THE VORk! NOT JU^T AT PREfiEMT-ir >fOU HE/MS; or ANN ONE WHO V/ANT'o A NOR^E-WL Vou LET - ME Ktsov/ ? i hello - ojnty-I v�ow't be over ^oim" to ----. V-- GO IS POSTPONED Lcthbridge Bowlers Will Visit- Big Interest in Munro-Anderson Mafch Hot- Tha RoM-HarrlMii bout, which had bean aet for Naxt Monday, Naw YaaKa Eve, haa been postponed until Wedneaday evening, January 9th, Harrlaon waa to have left Chleage on Monday evening for Lathbrldge, but on Monday af-larneen a wire waa received from him by the promotera of the bout stating that ha had bean ao busy wHh hl� army dutlea that ha had net had time to train proparly and would Ilka an extra weak If It could- ba conveniently granted. Thara ware no objectlona at thia and, aa Reaa la glad of an additional waak'a training, ao the bout haa bean aet for Wednesday, January 9th. Thia will give both boxara every chancy to got Into ahape, and the fana are aasured of an even better bout than ; if tha original date had been adhered to. The receipt of Ed. Smith'a .telegram setting forth his opinion of the Chicago middleweight haa cra> aUd tha wideat kind of Intereat In the bout. Fana anticlpata aeeing the best go.ever etaged here. There la already a big demand for aaata for the match. Christmas Sports Decisions Final arraocamanta and prapiratlons baTO been concluded for the big game of basketball between L�tbbrldKfl and Odmonton on Friday, Dec. 28th. A good stiff vworkont yesterday was i the laat practice and the bbya shaped up aa never before. A littler Inside informatl, portkfce of their Invasion in regard' to tlie provincial championship, do i not intend to let the game slip through their fingers. Friday utgbt they hit here, and again Saturday evening they will test the mettle of the famous Ray-monditea. ' Oamea with Raymond and Calgary are in the ^process ot arrangement, and Cardaton, and Barnwell are expected to have a finger in the pie also. This Is the first game ot the season �nd thelottly winter spiirt going on now, so^pui^lday away for a visit to the "Y** au^ aee what's going on. *>   , CURLINO RESULTS ,  The reaulta of the opening  ^.jnatchea played at the curling it la all roady. I Onr Repair Department Can'^Be Beitw You yvlll Ilka tha work wt will do for you, baeauao It Awlll ke Son* : , 'right.- � V-  Bijou Motor Parlors - T ^ THB HOUSB OP SBRViCS . ' . ,>IPTH W. H. Cushtng of Calgary, wires that at all .the Presbyterian, Methodist, Bapt'st and Congregational churches in that city, the government's action was heartily commended by a standing vote. Margaret^ Armstrong, provincial president of ^Saskatchewan Women's Christian Temperance Unioh, expressed > "thanks and appreciation ot the. prompt and efficient of the union gov-1 ernment in the matter of temperance! leglBlatlon." A similarly worded telegram was received from the Central Women's Christian Temperance Union, Regina. A. W. Cooko, general secretary, wired that Alberta is delighted with the prohibition measure. The Men's Federation of London, Ont., representing all the churches of the city, conveyed hearty thanks "for the splendid Christmas box provided in the prohibition announcement." Among the telegrams received were the following: From T. Albert Moore: "'Speaking for the whole Canadian Methodist church would express the heartiest gratitude for order in council. Believe measure will meet general approval. It will help Canada to do her part in the war and bring many blessings to Canadian homes." 'From H.'B. HarUnoss, Toronto: "Accept this expression oC appreciation on bohult ot the Dominloni>committee, which I have llio Uouoi' lo represent, for the spIendiU action taken by your governmuut ou tlie liquor traffic,I We usBuie you ot our lhauUs and confidence and good will." From Joseph Gibson, ingorsoU, Ont., honorary president of the Dominion Alliance: "Desire to express to you profound gratitude^ for order-ln-council touching the liquor traffic." From L. C. McKinney, president Provincial W. C. T. U., Alberta: "Accept hearty thanks ot women of Alberta. We are deeply gratefuP.tor your action." Froni Hugh Dobson, western secretary Social Service. Methodist Church. Regina: "Regina churchea refer to- Quebec, Dec. 24.-Hon. Richard Turner, member of tho Quebec legislative council and one ot the most prominent men in this city, died yesterday after a brief illness at tho age of 74 years. He was founder of the firm ot Whitehead and Turner, president ot tho Turner Lumber and Pulpwood company, ot Lcbouteliier Brothers Cbmpany, Limited, ot the Quebec Cartage and Transfer Company, a director of the Imperial Bank of Canada and one ot the founders of Lake Edward Sanitarium. He is survived by a widow and six children, among whom is Major General Sir Richard Turner, M.C., K. C.B., D.S.O., commander in chief ot tbo Canadian forces in England. London, Dec. 24.-^A despatch from Tasltont, capltitl ot Turkestan, describes the lynching under horrible circumstances of General Korovltchenko, who was Kerensky's military commander In the province. Tha Italian embassy has made a formal protest against the pillaging by armed men ot tho apartment ot tho embassy's first secretary. It is reported that tho Germans are moving troops from the Russian northern and western fronts to the so'utli-western and Rumanian fronts. ENDORSES APPEAL Paris, Dec. 24.-(Via Renter's Ottawa Agency).-In connection with the appeal which is being made in favor of the British army and navy league club ot Paris, Hon. Philippe Roy, Canadian high commissioner here, has received from the Duke of Devonshire, governor general of Canada, the following telegram: "I heartily endorse yonr appeal for the British army and navy league club and wish it success." FURTHER PItOGRESS INPALESTIi London, Dec. 24.-General Allenby'a troops in Palestine continue their advance on the plain ot Sharon, north of Jaffa, and have occupied four more towns. The official statement on tho operations issued last night reads: "On Saturday morning, with naval co-operation, our - left; furthered tho advance north of the Nahr El Auja. reaching the line Sheikh El Ballutahel. JeliI, about four miles north of the river. Pushing eastward and south of the river wo occupied FeJJa an,l Mulebbis. This was followed by tho capture ot ' Rantieh, on tho Turkish railway to the north, and Khelboida Khelbireh, four miles southeast ot Rantieh. Effective aerial work fras carried out on enemy traoeports and. Infantry." GREAT WRESTLING MATCH AT BARONS Thurs., December 27th AT 8.30 BETWEEN ' ALEX. MUNRO. Undisputed Champion British Wraatler. Weight 216 lb*., antf WALTER ANDERSON Champion of Canada, weight 200 Iba. Match to bo in the Catch-aa-Cateh-Can^Style-Boat two out of throe I faila. COME AND SEE THE 810 PELLOWB MEET THIS TIME POR BLOOD Munro is the orily white man who haa defeated the Jlspaneao wrcEtlers in their ov;n style Jiu Jitsu.' ' GOOD BOXING PRELIMINARIES. GENERAL ADMISSION $2.00 RINGSIDE,. $3 00 AND �8.00 Inatruetlon Prevoa Valuable ____ .-The boys at Fort Dpdgo are getting day with appreciation to beneflclcnt tl|0 benefit ot boxing inatructions from order in council ot government provid-a'paat master at the. art: It is extreme- ing prohibition. It will pravant waste, ly. doubtful If the�.-Promloi Brewatfr today made tbo (ollowlui atatamMt regarding the ^goTommont't prohibition measure: "Apart from sentimental temporanco eoulderatloos J regard tho prohibition i oi^ar "Hm . wrsaat poaalblo onaot-meat tor war perlod'^and optiroly la To Our Customers: You iwtsh to assist'the business world, we aro suroi In koeplnc -tbings running on an even keel. This will be best for you/and tor us, and for the country as a whole. ,;, ' ' It business can be kept going at Its greatest efiticlency prlcoa will remain more atable, money will flow to and f^o betwden buyora and sellers and businiesB will run along in a prettyfovOn way. We have InVostlfated: our business from nisinyahg^^^ Wo hare considered thO'lidvisability of raising prices, of changing our organisation In varioua ways, and have concluded that the ralaing ot prices la aometbing we ahouid not do except as a laat resort. We havo found, bowover, that our expensea; are greater than ever before and that wo aro working our capital to tho limit. Adding capital 08 686495 3566 ;