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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta DAILT ?(ERALD g--------ik______.1___ TUESDAV, NOVEMBER 5, 1918 WILD WITH JOY Geneva, Nov. !.-Vienna wan delirious with Joy win*n It was learned Unit mi amiiHticn hud boon declared. Tim atroeta were soon, crowdod with men. womon and rhlldron, crying and embracing each other. The Renornl opinion Ib that food will follow pencil. Tim report that Kmperor Oharlon lias abdlentotl rousod little Interest. Tho Austrian pressi Is attempting to calm IIh> people, otnphnil Iiir thtj fact that tho nrmivtlcu terms aro ot .1 most st'veri nature and Involve, great !uicrif!reH to tho emptro and Ih'J people. he Sport Ruhlin's Victories Over Sharkey Show Advantage Of Left Hand Over Right d vi -:,'!!. had 1-lu ;ivyui':,1H: he.ivyw. i.-h: stop'oiim 1'.". i round*, P'.i i visit to Am- n ii the li- �in n and had mad.. hi;.\>"V c'.!.inii'iiin ol" l.'urope hy ih.irdi- r \Vo'.!.� i:> .1 f--'\v ;- wore :i-'"'*' 'I -l when the wo,* fMi" Ml" I'll wa-- r.ipid aii hope i i'.:: bv tile Are"-"? the fighters who never lwrreti the rudiment3 of boxing science Tom Sharkey was a conspicuous ewmrlc Tne sailor had courage in abundance, was combative. could take punishment and also inflict Ba'. Saarkey never was able to grasp she Idea of ring generalship or to utilise his feet in escaping punish-! inert, in sharp contrast to Sharkey, �us '.he ease of Gus Ruhlln. who at | tHcoeu.'set of his career was a novice j of the Ajpst kind. Ruhlin neither! conld bolfnor Sight, and had nothing to commHid him except strength and ' nduraneM Sharkey on the contrary. ] �as a figBter before he ever put on a j padded Ave. j Xererjleless, Ruhlin gave evidence' that he was susceptible to lnstruc- i tlon and%hit he did not forget tha j pugilistic precepts of his manager.1 the late WiHiam Madden. The differ-Mce between Sharkoy and Ruhlin vis accentuated by t'.iclr three meet-is?* in the rir.g. Their first contest *a; at Coney Island on June 29, 1SSS. tod the sailor, with a cyclonic rush, soiMn^rasUajlhlin on the Jaw In the tlrm minute *X the opening round and put him down and out. Midden Took Ruhlin in Hand Aft�r this bout Madden took Ruhlin in hand and impressed on him the value of a straight left. Madden persevered with his pupil until he KEEP YOUR RADIATOR FULL of water. U will not freeze so quickly. If you do have radiator trouble ot any kind ANDY . had taught the baggage-smasher to use his left somewhat after th" fashion of Jim Corbet:. Then another match was made with Sharkey, aa.l It took place in the same ring whore it. (the Sailor scored his one-round ! knockout. ] It was again Rad'ator Man, Will Fix It Right. Rear Dallas Hotel (Upstair*) the month of June, the date being the 20th and the year 1910. The Sailor was smilingly confident, but his rushes were stopped by a uolid straight left to the fare that took all the Jollity out of the tar. I'nder the coaching of Madden Kuh-Iio continued to make it a h-n-handed fight until the Sal!o: v-'a~ groggy, and then the Akron Giant put over the right that sent Sharkey down for the count in the fifteenth round. It was now the Sailor's turn to demand a return match, and he ion it ' in -the merry month of June. i'je_', the day beiuu the 'JOth. The contest took place In th� National Sporting club, London, and was, one nf the bouts hel i in connection with the | coronation ceremonies, j Again Ruhlin utilized his deadly left to thf. undoing of the Sailor. | Sharkey could not get inside the l.-ft | hand of the Akron man. who held is capable of learning the science of boxing i-, more than likely to prevail ov-r uu non-sclentlflc opponent. on. and ceiled th a most ; fight for serious i' hands oi previou -became t Ml;--since i .' rod P'.lt he i- ." time, ho ever cot with I-*ri get a v of bitr'i ring cor. Carp-'-atier initio-,iia'.'iy  vi-!'. I.edoux nl'ii gav remising piutil;;'ie e.ire. au-dp �oil' �lit t  ; !'� v. T!i:r hat "vlHi ;:i An t a. 'is :iv hi '> t.ik -. 1? i a h r. v h-re thn' It.. : b.!u':s Mike � cot til. Hni! the St. I'stii (', it; l-Ti-han.! cnih.i it'er ttv.doiiht.-d'.y .� i". ir.- si in of 'lo' *;>*. M:';e etnp'.-'v.Ml In li! ek in tiie Hta'"*. SPORT WRITER FOR NATIONAL L = New York. N. Lre. nrs li'l- war r tils a i :b. i--r 'li' Dr.- �u-1 -. ; u- -nit 1, it.! ;- iv.-ny t if..I D ' latte' N r  s|uea,l ar.iund. Although recovery had been given loc'n'.'.s a day or two previous, etc**- ft>nils. striving n> see t-.'nie say of hope for recovery, were o,.iconic with sorrowful einntlous a,an the .'.read news went forth. Mr. Kno.v was Strieker .with influenza an two we-'Us before his death. Oil That,';-giving Sunday he was in bed, b'lt i :i 'he f 'llciwltig day lif got up and .,! :i >l to hi-, wife and family, bellev-::.;: they wen- in a worse condillon than him--'if. and from that time the � ii.'.e malady began to get a vital !;>'.!. On Friday, Oct. letii. hiiiiig (iiiidren. The dec. ased was ! i.-u In i'arb'lon I'la �'. :hlrty-eight -ar^ ago and was the elde-t son of AGUE Mr. and. Mr-. David. Knox. He receiv. i his i 'u-a-ion in the K-lioois there Drey- ..,,,) afi,v.-ii-iN i'titered the firm of i- H.iir.l .-v- Rl.ld.'ll as cl-rk. Af- ! ca"''-i (.v. \cars he felt tiie call of the aftf and lo.-ated in Winnipeg, soon i .-:� rir� into journalism ub a! .r for the Free Pre-1. Ills next re v.'a.- as pi-oprl.'t'ir of a news- Jolinietz, l.erondiiue.ino, Krasnoy and l.o IVtll Malais. "Vesterdav evening we progressed further in the Monnal forest and east of Valenciennes \v0 capluit-d tho village of K�h." Huns SlrsngUien Line With The American Army Northwest of Verdun. Nov. 4-(11.hi) p.m., by the Associated I'ress) - Herman forces are strengthening the Mouse line north of the American front. There aro indications that this work was resume.! during the last few days and that soldiers aro laboring on It day and night. Reports agree that this ' strengthening operation extends along ; the line running from Mmitmedy to ! Mezleres. Uonguvon and Hiedenhnfen. j In various places In front of this line, where the Germans havn ex-' pected to make a last stand in Fr.inr. lank traps are already completed. ' These traps are 10 yards long, 10 yards 1 wide and 10 yards deep. They ;ire �covered with boards hidden by earth md sod. What Yank Advance Means With the American Army the ! Sedan Front. Nov. .'i.--lUy th'i .Woo. j iated Preys)--The Importance of the J new posiHoiiM g, notably the heights south or Hcau.'tiont. may he gauge! by the declaration of the chief of jljff. hardly eluded nil captures since the offensive begun Oct. 24. British Break Hun Line London, Nov. 4.-llreaklng deeply Into the enemy positions along a :'() mile front today, the llrltish raptured more than 10,0(10 prisoners and L'oo guns, -Field Marshal llnlg reports tonight The line of tho Sambre c.uuil was stormed mid the llrllish made an ad vauee of more than i, miles bevoud It. DELEGATES TO U. S. Amsterdam. Nov. a-A Ukrainian delegation Is leaving this week for tin' United States, nctordlng to a dispatch from Kiev to tho Vosslmho Zelinng of llerlln, to enlighten the Amerlcu'i public on the national and international positions of the Ukraine and t" clear up misunderstandings. The delegation Is headed by Ivan Korostove fonnfr Russian minister at IVklr: DeinetrlUB Antovitch, ex-minister of marine, and Chevalier von Gass fci � me- peal-,, delegat,, jit the Hrest-I.ii-ovsk \ the in inagi-ria! r-ins tor Kid Wolf,-, w( ar.otiiei- ("leveland !io\er. and inieiids j,., -pointing Wolfe toward the f-a'iier- ,, . i wi-lglit crown. Wolfe already lias v,-: gained it creditable repot a' ion. and j,o may be s-en in a D tit in New J.-r-.".- ,,, soon asT-'Sn't the winner if the I'ran-kie Hiirn-.lohtiny llr'le -scrap. h- 1 With tiie retirf'iuenr of Johnny Kil- 'h 'bane, I-'ranhie I'l-tniug, elveuni n of is! Canada, who lias niro and difea'ed '.,; mi liati, Car. \\a� not to I'.i two years > and look til-N' w--. and in li . 1 Tiie N,-i � y 'is a s'rong a ns per On n mi 'he Ot'awa Jour, s -.i-it'- editor, he could ne IiD dnti-t in Ottawa he was id a p- !tion on the *!aff '7f the .to Vo.r! 1, a!-o an editorial desk til-- O'.Iaua ("ith'.en. which las'. ,i.n he w-is to have taken up just hi-f, re In- died. The deceased ardent writer on behalf of the - of H;e public In Smiths Falls times wnulit antagonize, very '. -el. all ere i I at ongly. ti vin. � liKU a- will h r.-ral i.rd th AUTO TIRES OF ALL 8IZE8 VULCANIZED By the Famous Haywood System M-TRfADINQ * REPAIRING By Biperlenced Workmen. All tfork guaranteed. Special Equipment (or Rim Cut Repairs. R. D. RITCHIE Jit 19th ftt. 8. Opp. Ellison Mills | Paris, Nov. 1.-(By mail).-To Mike O'Dowd, ot St. Paul, bolnngs the dD- : ,' Unction of being the only American ' . boxing championship title holder in i France. Mike Is .serving with an en I g'neer unit ever here. In tiie French j army there are two championship title | holders, Georges Carpentier, heavy-I weight champion of France and Kur-ope, stands foreinust. He Iibs be on in the service of France since the first year of the war. Next is Charles Ledoux, bantam champion of FTimct| and Kuropo. who also joined tiie colors at tho beginning of tho Hun Invasion. Ledoux went into the trenches and fought In some of the most desperate battles of 11)14. OncP be was burled under n heap of debris thrown into a trench by a German shell, but wan rescued. title bane. atigh was b-aten by- fur tie-claint to right to th-Ki.'- tlon'ir Til-' Cs.i'leton I'laee K'i'V. Dr Grey ONE MILLION IS GOAL , !i-.r W | I-.1 W i-';i' i'dion ,\, �o' 'In w ir �i' tl b- id rot ii d 1! irk ml' per. il I ir. Jiim ph It-.-, t r.iinin- Defore the war bej?an Carpentier i-i Hi Cof'i-ti- , l Co of the i d wait erday croft, who i lamp uetiviti j ('off i-oi h Hie only tniii lug from j'oi mark. He said it was not the intention confine the tonrirsii'ents to the ivlot:tgr.mery and Hr. r.-jir.-senting St. Kran-t; A M.. of which di-ii i-i-iiil.-r, were pall-bear-in.-r -.! t i.e and Craig s, J I-' ', !'.: �!� ,'e. A F Wa-- a ; place on Fri-  :. "i.e ..( iii- pari-n's. Mr. .1 1 lie iv to Hie Mtniiy i'.....!'-� ery. Manv frli-nds hi !'Is - and vicinitv were i .! M Daldcrson of Perth ;  h.......Ii,'i' Monds e. '- 1 ii vei'V iiiipren- ' ;t. John Panning, e t'itidlav, George McDiarmid and the news came that the Germans had begun to retreat from their positions. Sunday noon tne correspondent liar a-iked as to whether th" Amcn-an long range bombardim tit of the M'-.'.-i-res-Longiiyou railway had benn ! fi-ctive. | The nt'.i -i-r gave it ,i' hi* opinion ; that a further advance of nine or ten : miles was necessary before the liotu-' | bardment could become efTi-otjve Nor i could b� expect It would be posMlde| ! "r/oinly to disturb the Cermnn com-, J munloaDons for ilays to com", for be  I pointed out. referring to u largo map. (the Infinitely dldlrtllt terrain lyitig to-the mirth with its suc>'ssion of ridges, ravines, hills and forest * j The enemy, he tgtld, thousfti itriveti ; behind his previously prepared torii-fled defenses had ubiindantly shown the ability to utilize 'h knoll un-: i lump of tre.-s Tor maohine huh positions, which bad to be wipe j out m dlviditiilly before an advance was possible Within an hour, the German retreat hail begun, contrary to tho con-K-rva live olflcer's most sanguine eipcc;at-Ions ami during the duv that folloui-d more than 12 miles bad been Rained. A Reporter's Dash. With the American Fore* North west of Verdun, Nov. I --illy the Associated Press.)---Although only a few months in the army and never in action until tho present offensive. Second-Lieut. Dustln I.ucier, a former Boston newspaperman, found hitiir-elf confronted with the necessity of leading his entire battalion through a bar-age. This incident occurred when the Americans advanced front Soinnu-i-ance to Jtnrecourt. The major of the battalion to which Lieut Luelor's company was attached, was absent because the battalion w.i-> In reserve when the fighting began and (be call for its asnintanee suddenly arrived when the German barrage , fire npT:i'"l Tit" young officer led bis men straight through thi bursting shells in a victorious dash Ho MAKLEY 1V-J IN. DEVON IV* IN. arrow COLLARS .THAT YOU MAY LEND Dr. Workman, at f'o.U the snk ones llu-re and three more came ilnnti mi the evening train and are in Hi.- Victoria Hall Some fifteen �n>HA�l< AtTCRV Central Garage ALL. KINOS OF AUTO REPAIR WORK HANDLED PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY STORAGE ACCESSORIES BATTERIES PHONE 10^3 Old Roller Rink, cor. 3rd St. 4. 4th Avenue S, Lethbridge W. H, OOWLING W. 8. COOK SERVICE STATION Attention, Motorists very tho care col! Your hyttery need*-, fill .itti'tHlnti durliiG v.t athi-r Call Our Service Department and ��* wilt "end for your hat tety and etore same during th* winter at reasonable rate* at our up to date lluttery Station 311 7th Street 8. Phens 616 . C.I"!, ear fore-i d of double pneu- of A ilist.uit if inil doesn't i it ii e is one who la rich �i'g.'li/.e you. finaneiui and general reporter on the Hoston Herald before entering the army. 300,000 Prisoners Washington, Nov. 4-Three bundiv ! thousand prisoners and not b-s.s ihitn 500 guns hnve been captured by the victorious Itallnn troops before the armistice went Into effect at three o'clock this nflernoon, said an official dispatch tonight from Rome. This In Vulcanizing! We understand how to take � are ot iill kinds of tin-llollbbi. Punctures, bio a � outs Mom, etc., repaired in firnt class nhape. We know our business. Lethbridge Tire & Repair Station F. B. McKlnnoo, Proprietor OPPOSITE BANK OF MONTREAL 305 Sixth Street 8. Lethbridge, Alta. , Phone 49J "SERVICE THAT 8ATISFItH�" We Handle All Standard Tires and Tubes. Buy First Class Repaired Tires, $12,00 up. I? �X USED CAR DEPARTMENT Mitchell Touring, 1917. Ford Roadster, 1914. Ford Touring, Special Equipment, 1917. Ford Touring, 1917. Maxwell Roadster, 1917. J BIJOU MOTOR PARLORS, LTD. ,"THE HOUSE OF SERVICE" if y 2. drive in comfort Mclaughlin closed car 4-Cylinder Sedan - " $2,1 SO FULLY EQUIPPED Only one available for this territory. LETHBRIDQE MOTORS, Ltd. Do Not Wait Till Your Radiator Freezes Use Johnson's Freeze-Pioof. We recommend it. BUY VICTORY BONOS AND BEAT THE BOCHES BAALIM MOTOR Co. BACK OF UNION BANK LEAVE YOUR OLD TIRES AND TUBES IN OUR RED CROSS jlOX ;