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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 29, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta SIX LETHBUIDC.B OAILV HERALD SATURDAY, MARCH 19UI "BRINGING UP FATHER" By. G. McManiis WE KNOW hpW TO IN WITH FQL.KV The Sport Page Al Ross Wins from Carson Scored Knockdown in 5th BE 1 LAO 10 EDMONTON. March Ross, middleweight ctiamnfcn of Canada, was awarded a decision over Ktd Carson at the end of tr-tfir 15-roiind championship bat- tle tonight. The decision re- ceived by the bis crowd at the Env pire Theatre with mixed chetring and hissing, ruiie a nlimber of spectators apparently thinkcng ths" the Csrson should sat was a draw. The prin- AUTOMOBILE OWNERS AND BUSINESSMEN ,DO you know your own car? DID you erer get huag up SOMEWHERES .20. miles, from nowhere, snd then ha'd to" ba PULLED I.V or send for mg- chanic to Hi sorce LITTLH- THING thct'VOU conld hare fixed IF rou had known HOW? it not PAY rou to taVe a COURSE ot. INSTRUCTIONS, say, three erecings a week. LET us introduce vou to YOUR OWN CAR and make YOU OVEHHAUb it, REPAIR il, ind teach you a system of TROUBLE SHOOTING that nerer again will place you in the aggravating position of being TOWED W, ETC. Monday, Wednndiy, Friday JM to 10JO HEMPHILL MOTOR SCHOOL 308 Second Ave, S, e 1837 cipal factor in Ifading Referee McCormick to declare' Rcss tht winner was that most and scored a clean knock down in ths fifth round, in which freme took the count for eight and onty saved by Ir H. C. GJazo, oil inspector, was the guest ot 'Frank Hillis on, Mr. J, R. Aitily returned from BanEf where he went to enjoy a change in atmosphere. -Mr. Bill I'arfcer is in Medicine Hai hospital. The, Missionary .hold thctr'nexL 'meeting at tbe home of Rev. Sibbaltl. April 26. Laoie.V Ald'wlll meet with Mrs. Beuhring April 3rd, will hold the election ot Bvfcrj'tody cordially Mr.'Howard Flett of Calgary, lias been vlsi'lng friends this week and attended the U.F.A. convention at Medicine Hat. Aba-Walker, a Wine if red soldier boy rfiturried from France, vras 1 vlsft- home Ing -fiends for a few days. is MacleoO. McKiuooq, manager -of (ho Union Bank, in In. Hat pita iiViLuenza. -Word day tiat he was convalesces ntcely. Mr.- W. TJovrie ol Medicine Hat, Is Xo sctiediiie for the senior league (aeons' manager at' the ''Union bank season Ima been drawn up as yet. [during Mr. McKinnon'g, absence, Blacklmrtfe will be league's representative on the the1 A. a A. A. It vas ileci'lcrt to nak the par- ent orgEinfzalion to all posarble to bring daylight sivloe in >A' teniporatrtloan rrort'lhe bo nef'titialetl, if be from the league fund? later. Great enthusiasm displayed at the mcelfnff. and the fans can rest as- sured, there Kvill bi.-ja'1 good soccer DE ORO WON UOTROIT, Mich.. March" Do Oro. billiard chifn- Iilon, led OU3 (.'opulos, challenger, by J44 points at tht cnci of last night's jlock of thtir The now htanda 100 to 66, The E. A. Grant; ontDrtalnod'Quito nuroner of friends at' whist Wednes- day, evening. March 26. A dainty InQchwas served.. Mr.'and Jfrs-jHaVveif Daviij are nlan- nia? on a trip_lo first April ..Thayjwill Omaha City, and Lute, Mrs. Darrell Klsfier are Itar- this week and Their many Irlendp regret their leaving. Mrs. M. J. Collins were vis itinit'ln 'Medicine Hal. and attended the lif'.A.-convention. n account or illness she has been to leave High School at Medi-i Ine Hat and return to htr home Is now being cared.' or by her mother, Mrs. Eb'en Stevens.! -Eighteen cases ot 'flu are reported north of Whitla. In several cases j -hols families are down with the mal- ady. Geo. C. Bent, the wealthy farmer, operates the largest farm fn thin listrict is just recovering from an at- ack of 'flu. Geo. n. Hall is still in bs-J Us-the first time in 73 .rears that this historical old timer sas been bedridden and his d is com- lure can easily be imagined, la early lays when a mnmber of (he R. K. W. P. he cbased and conquered bad ndians and bad whites and he cannot understand why a little thing like In- Iftmmatory, _rhgumatIsm "should ,npw >T''" H. C. McDantel, W. A. Lyon, B. E. ollnkas ynd A, Stahpfskl wero dele- gates irottuWtiitjja [o tbe.Farmflri conventidn VeccnUy held at Medicine Hat, The Ladies' Aid of the Presbyterian church assembled yesterday1 at- the home of Mrs. M. L. Dooley, After THE RADIATOR MAN v. "1J8 FIFTH ST. S, FOR SALE A Number of Second- Haw} Tim Newfy re-freadekl 'ana "repaired1 We will give you a' E00.1 (nbo wjft each of these casings bought' uehreen now'and April Idlh. SERVICE co. We Don't Fix Radiators We Repair Them The Reliable Radiator Repair Shop George Farquliarson, Prop. Rear "D" The (Taitor, 5th S'.. 8; FOR "PLAY BAIL" Club Organirtd for City Kvans Named as The first jneeling of the aMerfl' Haaeball club was held Thursday evening at Ihe club house, 637 9th Ht. S. The follriwltiB officers wera'elected: Pnsldent, Mr. Jno. Stenhoase; vlce-preairlent, Mr. Orvlllo Slone; Clias. K. O'Coiv nnr, and a committee of management, Maclean, Thompson and the Thomas Kvans wan ap- polritetl 'to "ntariagG ihe team'for fbe final block cl night. bs played to- OVER FIVE HOURS WITHOUT FALL XOHTII ADAMS, Match Kelson, of Xow York, wrwl- ling tliamplon of .the world, anil BrMson. wreatlhig Instructor at Acad- emy, grappled for, fire hours NO CONTROL OF i. SALMON PURCHASES LONDON, March Rent- order that canned goods 1m- porlcfs anil distributors may take the necessary .steps for purchasing their supplies ot the 1319 pacjc ol American And Canadian canned salmon, tho (cxx! controller announces that it Is not his present Intention lo purchase this :or, requisition .Hie -mppHearm arrival In England. If, however, cir. Im'unr. bti'imposed for Ib'e' y salmon 't anl 27 mlnulei last night with' out a decision. Thts.la ft rec- ord, according Orefne. Greene soc-ureil tho only In one hour and zrj .The contest was atiandoned 4 mutual consenl. TRUNOLMS WIN yANCOllvfeR, brtwlirs oft'rirsl pirize'lln Ihj jt Jh{ Js'ortnweit' eni t'bdrname'nt. tha Vogart Candy company of thilt city, won on their own alleys and last night, in the late sipail. thc.M. TCrine of PoHlarid, rolled Info Oie lead with n. score of 2894, 22 Bin3 more Thlinday's lecdcrg, the tf. N. lirooks (earn, ol Statlle, whole count was 2S72, Thai's will tiy -when 'yt-u your neit rclreAd, II it's tloue (tie "ORI KURE" WAY Your tire will bo tmlll up wilh Ihe best or frceU nev7 material and will KcelTO by curing. In our new Hib. thit' -must pleaee rtf most nxacting., Ritchie's Vulcanizing 208 )3th SI. S, Off- MIIH SLRVICi The (irivinR AeaBott Is drawing near. Havo us call and exacUiia your battery, arc with ajl re- pairs lo meet the reqiilrements of all batteries. Don't ttc your car up bectute your battery is dead. We vlll you ono At a vmall cost while your own is beluf charged. have a fulJ supply of baUerlea on liand. Gel our prices irurchaslng eJsewbsre, 311 Phooe 616, is the Time to Have Your j I Before the Spring Rush Begins par and do their iyiiori thorofcigmyl Qo Vbtjbejmisled by so-called "cut BAALIM MOTOR Co. '.'_ BACK OF "BANK "me infinUrtti irt our office and wt will you one of our 1919 ;