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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY. NOyF.MBER 1M8 RINGING UP FATHER" By G. ^cManus BY � 4C�f�r TO OO THE 4lTTniH* TOO E.>lTRKVAE. KEEP IF I DOHT SELL THRM - ILU H\VE TO-, HOW rtOtH THE FRe�)H OHEb ARE EKHTY CCMT� A OOZ AN* THE CR^CKEO ONC*, ARE TEHCENT*> A 0O2.-1 ACOOPUE OF DOZ^N?> FOR WE- Ruhlin's Yictories Over Sharkey Show Advantage Of Left Hand Over Right Km Among tba figlrters who nerer leaned the mdimenU of boxins scl-eacfl Tom Skiu-key was a conspicuous example. The sailor had courage iu abnndance, wa� combatiTe, couM take ptmishmaat and.also inflict it Bat Siiarkejr n^Ter was able to grasp the Idea of >rtiiig generalship or to ntilixa his feet in escaping punishment lu/sharp contrast to Sharkey IB of GuB Rnhlin, who at ^lils career was a novicQ kind. Rnhlin neither aght, and had nothing >d bUn except strength and Shirker on the contrary, betorQ he ever put on a RuUin gave eTidence aasceptlble- to instruc-kt he did not forget tha of his manager. Madden. The difler-Shairkey and Rublin >ted by their three meet-� ring. Their first contest Island on June 29, 1898, with a cyclonic r&iti, lia on the law In the first mlniffe'^'^'S^ 'the apeni^ round and put nditt^^owB and out Madd�^>iro�k Ruhlln in Hand After tlSsiboat Madden!itook Ruhlln In hand i^d>: impressed on him the Talue of:-'iavfstraight left. Madden perseTerttflirith his pupil until he lAIORFULL . Ik wlU; not freeze so ff jroodobave radiator . ________ot any kind . 4n dy. -*"^ir Man, Will Fix It Right. � Hotel (UpataFH) eftour had taught the baggage-smasher to USB his left somewhat  after the fashion of Jim Corbett Then another match was made with Sharkey, and it took place in the same ring where the Sailor . scored his one-round knockoi^t , It w^as again the month of June, the date being the 2&tb and the, yeair 1900. The Sailor was smilingly confident, but his rushes were stopped by graduated from the middleweight- division, had beaten all the best French Ueavyn-eights and had made^ himse^t heavyweight champion of Europe by stopping BombardierWells in a few rounds. Plans were completed for a visit to America when the war came on, and Carpentler immediately cancelled the visit. L/edoux also gave up I Knox was a most promising pugilistic career to i about two weeks before his death. On fight:'for his'country. Ledoux's one ' Thanksgiving Sunday he was in bed, serious reverse was his defeat at the ; but on the fo^lo^Vlng day he got up and hands of "Kid" Williams. That was previous to the time that Williams became the title holder in America, Mike O'Dowd has been so busy since coming oeer here that he has ? ? : ? ? ? > �>?>� ? ? ? > ? * ? * : THE LATE J. CLARK KNOX  (Smith Fails News). On Wednesday last the sad news of the passing away of J. Clark Knox at the Pu.hlic Hospital, Smith's Falls, was rapidly spread around. Althouglj all hope of recovery had been given up by the doctors a day or two previous, the many fj^ds, striving to see some ray of hope for recovery, were overcome with sorrowful emotions when the dread newswei^t forth. Mr. stricken .with influenza attended to his wife and family, believ-ing tbey were in a worse condition than himself. andTrom that time the terrible malady began to get a vital hold. On Friday, Oct. loth, his con not put on any big bouts. Mike says ; ditlon became so serious that he was he is ready to take on the Huns any''P'"oniptly removed to the hospital and time,, however.-. If the'St. Paul Gelt jtli? best medicaUadvIce obtained; hut ever gets Into a hand-to-hand combat i all was In vain, pneumonia had set in with Fritz the latter undoubtedly will � and his vitality had been used up in f-, ^^f ^fu? *f^/,* set a vivid,impression. Of the ftyle i ?ervjng others, On Wednesday morn iil?:anizing! yonr tires and tabes re-iit the Central where yoa "ar tor dollar's worth of and all oar work soar-'Sectional, Blowouts. Its, SpoU and Kettle Re. a specialty, Vnlcanizihg and Ik Service Station lil Rear of Dallas 827-0 toofc-all the Jollity out of the tar. TTndar the coaching of Madden Ruhlln continued to make it a left-banded fight until the Sailor was sroggy. and then the .Akron Giant put over the right that sent Sharkey down for the cotmt in ,the fifteenth ronnd. ; "  ' '; It was now lie Sailor's turn to demand'.a return match, and he got it In .lie merry month of June, 1902. the day beiog the 2Sth. The contest took place .. In the National Sporting club,  iKindon, and was one of the bouts held.:; in connection with the c undoing of the Sailor. Sbarkay cdnid not- very short time he raised The News from a country , , weekly to a strong and InBuentlal town _ Cleveland, Nov 1.-Johnny Kilbane.! newspaper. On October 1st he sever-I featnerweighi champion. Is reported ed. his connection witli The News to to have retired. The featherweight j take a pdsition on the Ottawa Jour-leader Intends entering business after ^ai as sports editor. Before he could the war. This report Is credited to, assume" his duties in Ottawa he was Jimmy Dunn, who as manager, piloted 'offered a position on the staff of the Kilbane to the title. Dunij has as.5um-, Toronto World, also an editorial desk ed the managerial reins for. Kid Wolfe, I mm Georges Carpentier and Charles LedoQX Others Who Are Fighting ,, , ^ with the Ottawa Citizen, which last another Cleveland boxer, and mtends i position .he was to have taken up just nofnJin^ w,ifo tr^r^.^A 'a Tveek before he died. The deceased was an ardent ivriter on behalf of the pointing Wolfe toward the featherweight crown. Wolfe already has gained a creditable reputation, and � may be seen in a bout in New Jersey j soon against the winner of- the Fran-', kie Burns-Johnny Ertle scrap. With .the retirement of Johnny Kilbane, Frankie Fleming, champion of Canada, who has, met and defeated the Paris, Nov. 1.-(By mall).-To Mike O'Dowd, of St. Paul, belongs the distinction of being the only American boxing championship title holder in majority of the candidates for the 'tlcular. Jfhe remains were taken to featherweight title, will lay claim to Carleton Place on Thursday afternoon, it. Fleming has proveif his right to Rev. Dr. Grey held a short: service'at be considered as :a claimant to the title although he was beaten by Kilbane, ONE MILLION IS GOAL MUTO TIRES i;V' OF ALL SIZES VULCANIZED � -iwtb� Famous Haywood System -^^JliAOlNQ A REPAIRING ^Blperienced Workmen. All efct inaranteed. Special ESquip-��� for Rim Out Repairs. iitD. RlTCfflE 13th St. 8. Opp. Elltaon Mills Wasbington.-a million dollars from cm. France. Mike la serving with an en- boxing for the united war work funjl tfay from the home of his parents, Mr. glneer unit over here. In the French jg the goal that has been set by Jim and Mrs. David Knox to the family army there ere two ehapipionship title Coffroth, one of the greatest author!- - - � holders, Georges Carpentier, heavy- tjeg qj, j^at game weight ch^plon of France and Eur-) coffroth and Bill Roper, secretary ope, standi foremost He has been > (5,^ sporting' committee of the unit-fn. the service of France since the 1. work-campaign, wore here yes-first year of the war. Next J8 Gharies jg^day tp confer with Dr. Joseph Ray-Ledoux. banUm champion of Franc% ^^^f^^: 1, ,j training and E,,ronB. who Ininofl H,� nnl.. ^.^^ ' j^j,ti^it]es. Jollmetz, Lerondquesue, Frasnoy and La Petit Marals. "Vesterdaj evening wo progressed further in the Mormal forest and east tit Valenciennes We captured the vil-lage of Eth." hunt Stmnothen^ Line . With The American Army Northwest of Verdun, Nov. 4.-(11.00 p.m., by the Associated Press)-German forceq are strengthentng the Meuse line north of the American front. Tljiere are indications that this work was resumed during the last few days and-that soldiers are laboring on it day and night. Reports agree that this strengthening operation extends along the line running from Montmedy to Mesieres. Longuyon and Diedenhofen. In various places in front of this line, where the Germans have expected to make a last stand in France, tahk^raps are already completed. These traps are 10 yards long, 10 yards wide and 10. yards deep. They'aVa covered with boards bidden by earth and .sod, What Yank Advance Maans With the American Army oh -the Sedan Front, Nov. 5.-(By the As8oc-iated Press)-The importance of xhe ne^ positions gained by the Americans, �notably the heights south of Beaumont, may be gauged by the declaration of the chief of staff,,hardly an hour before the news came that the Germans had begun to retreat from their positions. Sunday nbotr the correspondent had asked as t.p Tljether the Anierlcan long range bombardment of the Mez-ieres-Iionguyon railway bad been ^-fecStlve.  X The officer gav? It as his opinion that a further advaffce of nine or ten miles was necessary before the bombardment could become effective. Nor could be expect It would be possible seriously to disturb the German com-mtmications for idays to come, for he pointed out, referring to a large map, th^ Infinitely difQcolt terrain" lying to the north with Its succession of ridges, ravines, hills and forests. The enemy, he said, though 5i''�"' ?1.000.000 present. Col. J. M. Balderson of Perth was also in the cortege. Rev. Monds, and Dobson conducted a very impress ; sIve service at the home. The pall-, hearers were Messrs. John Banning. I Omer Fleming, George Findlay, George battles of 1914. Once he was buried under a heap of debris thrown Into a trench by a German shell, but was rescued. T Before the war began Carpentier He said it was not the intention to confine the tournaments to the week of November il, but that they would be continued throughout the month of November. Kirkpatrick,, Ale.x. James McFarlane. McDiarml^ and Andrew McArthur. C.P.R. car foreman at Dunmore, died of double pneumonia. ' A distant relative Is one who is rich and doesn't recognize you, ly arrived vsrhen the German barrage fire opened. The young officer led bis men straight through the bursting shells In a victorious dash. He wa's ; financial and general reporter on the Boston Herald before entering the army. / 300,000 Prisoners Washington, "Nov. 4.-Three-hundred thousand prisoners and mit less than SOO guns have been captured by the Victorious Italian troops before the arAistice went into effect at three; o'clock this afternoon, said an official dispatch tonight from Rome. This In- SED CAR DEPARTMENT MitchellToariiig, 1917. / ^Ford Roadster, 1914. Ford Touring, Special Equipment, 1917. Ford Touring, 1917. ^ ^MaxweU Roadster, 1917. fOU MOTOR PARLORS, LTD. ^-THE HOUSE OF SERVICE" DRIVE IN eOMFORt McLaughlin closed car 4-Cylinder Sedan � ; $2,lSO FULLY EQUIPPED Only one available for this territory. LETHBRIDQE MOTORS, Ltd. We understand how to take care of all kinds of tire troubles.-Punctures, blowouts, jworn-treads, etc., repaired, in ' first class shape. We'ltnow our �business. Lethbridge Tire & Repair Station F. B. McKlnnon, Proprietor OPPOSITE BANK OF MONTREAL 30S Sixth Street 8. Lethbrldge, Alta. "SERVICE THAT SATISFIES" i Phone 495 We Handle All Standard Tires atad Tubes. ' Buy First Class Repaired Tires, $12.00 up. Do Not Wait Till Your Radiator Freeze$ Use Johnson's Freeze-Proof. We recommend it. BUY VICTORY BONDS AND'BEAT THE B00HE8 BAALIM MOTOR Co. � BACK OF UNION BANK ' LEAVE YOUR OUD TIRES AND TUBES IN OUR RED PROS^JIOX ;