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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 25, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta page srx iw "BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. Mc Manns �- ,U; i.� -i- WHAT*** THE ^ natter: j YOUR WIFE THREW ME oot a\nd said you can't have "fOU^ COAT ah' hat- VOU >' the itlrrman?. She Is now at the end of i lier te!:'er. Were (iermany to win this war. Turkey wotiltl b rri'-im a iliiation c-i hai! ami \\' "n i rem; i bar.; spe MS Hilly ne"  \.  ian ! pineal. one'* mind wi:h the idea thai Nelson is broke. He started, professional boxing when he �was fourteen years of ace. That in 18!>C. He continued activ,. in the ring until 1915. a period of nineteen years'. In that time he earned more than 3Oi�.'�0. When lie quit the ring it was roughly estimated the T�urahle Pane wan worth $200,000. the most of that amount being invested in real estate. In one year-1500>- he cleared 334.�00 In two bouts, receiving III.-f.OO for his six-round ronton with Terry McGovern in this elty, and j 823,000 for his forty-two round j ihamp!on*hlp battle wtth Joe Cans | at Goldfleld. New. which he lost nil i a foul. It was the llr-t time in the history of the American rlnc \ that a challenger received a greater beaten again ' at Colma. Cal amount than the champion. Irre- j final spective of the decision. NVI.-on subsequently beat (Jans in seventeen rounds July 4. IPOS, in a California ring and was acclaimed the world's lightweight champion. Cans came back for a return battle, and *a- ii i 1 mt. Tommy Murphy. .> H.�r..m;-had been rutting a among the fcalhi-rw was tin' man to With the "Umps" BUY PRESENT TABER HOSPITAL  !Wy n vti t-i � r...tid� V plan Is now ln-ing perfected �v!,( ri>i>y ilio town of I'a'n.T, the town of t;va.--y U\ke. the rural municipality of l-iu;vk,i and part of the mnil inuni->-*|� ility of McLean w i'.l have a muni-,l. It i- purposed to pur. base the pre-.-� T.iber hospital which was put) in'.i o'ti;!!ii�don a year r �> ago. for: i.e -ira. of JT.'Oo, for building! iipment. Thi- hmlding was. ANY EXPRESS YE1 Mixed Train on Curdston Branch Reported Not To He Carrying Express and li.iii fo: til.. Ir.ti a ;;:ispi(al f-.v Tabor munii ij.. comnii'flon ti! ai liiiprnvemi ti: -�> ineluiled in W pr >vlde h '?-.>r a large area  i-.i! .ve.iri' but not la.-t yeur. district No. the scheme. : i accommo->f country'. -nt :o-i- irhi ICORN. RYE, OAT, BARLEY ! FLOUR SUBSTITUTES w lile i � h t - .M.'llo was i ii. �I STOKACE- had and with � C'l-- Ja. k was A! SERVICE STATION HAVE YOUR BATTERY EXAMINED snd taken c�re of before tho cold weather begins. 311 7th Strttt 8. Phone 616 AUTO TIRES OF ALL SIZES VULCANIZED By thn Fatnout Haywood Syitm RE-TRKAOING � REPAIRING Dy Experienced Workmen. All work guaranteed. Special Equipment (or Rim Cut Repalri. R. D. RITCHIE 208 13th 8t. 8. Opp. Ellison Mill* Vulcanizing! Have your tires anj tubes repaired at the Central where you get dollar for dollar's worth ot service and all our work guaranteed. Sectional, Blowouts, IUmcuta. Spots and Kettle Re. treading a specialty. Central Vulcanizing and Tire Service Station Rear of Pallas �37-0 tryout The boat this city October IS. 1 !!.",. and Terrible Terry ro k.d Murphy sleep in one round. In the meantime Nc!�nn knocked out Voting ("orbit: Jimmy Ilritt fought a draw Kid Sullivan and no-ii-i Uion tests with Abe Att.-l! and n'Neii. both In this ,-uy it the bout with Att'-tl which inspired the McOoverti match, tell made Nelson look foolish In six rounds the Uatller hit the ropes, fanned the air and landed on everything In the ring excepting Atteii. Ills wildness made him look rid:, u! . ous. ' On March H. 199G, McGovern an I Nelson met in the National Club i arena In this city, and '.he rece:p-. I $;i.S60-was a record for a *n 'round contest in America iiiit.l it was broken July 1S17. by the Leonard-Kllbaue bout NeUon had been given the privilege of percentage or a guarantee. Uiily No'.au looked the house over and nominated to take a percentage and drew ' down J1J.500. The bout Itself w.i, unsatisfactory, being a succession if, leads and clinches, with Me'lovt-rn j the aggressor. Both were on their j feet at the end of 'he sixth roun ! | ThBt night NeUon gave the onl." exhibition Of extravagance i;i !i;.|;t:i and was eager r> net au r> pres-sion of opinion from the Itn-b: .-"Let us hunt him up," suggested ihe astute manager. Nelson was perched on a s'.ora -.�.->t�i a largo cut of apple pie and a pltte of ice cream bc-fora luni. He i:a . � and a spoon both working. �Ji- looked UP in glee and answered Nolan's inquiry, "How soon he would be through," jocularly. -This is my la-t round." The waiter tnoduced the Ktlail (itocius Have to November 1st to Dispose of Present Stocks up aipt  From Our Own CorTMrx>nil�nt) Curdston. Oct. 24.-Soverul now cases of Influenza have broken out within the last few days, and there nre probably a," cases now- in town, but none reported as dangerou*. The supposed mixed freight train which arrives at Curdston .Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 1* scheduled to arrive here at 2.4i> o'clock in the afternoon. La*t evening It came In after ,Y:'n p.m. and nearly every day it has been from a half an hour to three hours and a half late. Although the order of the railroad commission was for freight and express to be carried on this train, up to date there has been no express carried, so far a* your correspondent ha* been able to learn. The people generally along this tSperlal to tli" tlernlili Kernie. Oct. 24.-The first death from Spanish influenza was reported from the Fertile hospital this morning. A man named Kdwnrd Pearson, who had been working In Barnstend's logging . This throw, u led of work upon Dr. Boiundl. whii h, with create* a very line aro beginning to wonder why It Is j n,,. yrarelty of nurses that the railway company does not I strenuous situation for those who aru adhere to the orders of the board of j able for dut* railway commission.'* j Nomlnatian, Ino niasKi-d faces of passengers on | the ordinary passenger train looked j �- i.' the t' e g i' i � !>.p wo: I.' I'env; .--rv. lei-, La-t heard ir may igUe act  V.e t - over maki- '. i li ir;c � ter= ar>e�:-! V. > :\ and :urr.m^ th.-m ;.p f..r the p :,, ... Tom ('or.iioi'. no nld to finht or e:i:'jr;.- in any acn � jnft, u;- U�:w in N-w L:i.'".i'.d. I!. .i- i.-feree 1:1 ... r.i. r polo i-w inter. ('..or-;.- Mnri:.r'y t a a? !',;i a'.i?c- til.- mi'^i s uf g.; th- u! 1 .'�.)'.;slnwii ( ...c ii y Llgt. r ' going t>. I' lo ii 1 V..M'"A work 1 Cliari.-y N.'oran -t ;:ti: iu the  training of t'tu-le Si::.', �tii.!- t arm/ > at t.'ee .^-nitiie!!i > K-'-.l. iiiil I':- ri-n :> d weokir.g at hi.-i trad.- in D:r...i ii- , i ;* a � e.iinti" -r. II.- tr.c,.iV a:: i 'i.. . a ; ; have w. !' -i. !'!..-:.- like- .. |.; , ! lie: t tiulkley, lii:i- Moran. ii 1 ..u�\:\:::; - '; � ' teHM�t-!:'  I -' 1'- t!'. . ! .-!>'. 1! i being a>>JilK�l'-.� >>� ''silver.  :sdty. 'i iiat include-, almut a!! the prom-ineni io-> ^ !f !'.-.'� are � y .a or  :t was not the liiteii'.ain to iciove thelii he �1 III w: -:,:u:  ......I fiot.ito-- at.i! oativ c-orninc'.t!. eurii grits, rye and potatoe-Tin- otiiy -nil 111 In ! It lite � !.. Oill. lit orde: �l I (lour sllbstii'ltes 1 ila Kood Hoard i^, '.ocers. w:.ol�-c'' more amusing than anything, else, al-! though we believe the precaution I* one that will do a great deal of good. There was a great scurry for masks tho tlrst two or three days at the station, and several passengers to leave with rather impromptu makeshifts. Soldiers' Letter Following '.s a letter addressed from Franc". September I'dh. 1*�1S by 1't.v K. A Woodward to Miss M. Jv Thompson, and which all of the people of this district will appreciate reading, as It Is u soldier's letter showing his appreciation for the thoiiglittiilness of the people at home. The letter follows : "In answer to your parcel which ' received a few days age. I am very pleased to write a few lines thanking you very much for your having my, name en the list of soldiers that you : are spending your time and doing such a great work for. j "1 hope yon realise how much wej appreciate the little things that th"| people ot home are doing for us. It j doesn't matter what It Is. or how small! it may be. Just lo think that it came from home and that there u someone there who Is thinking of and j working for us, makes us cheerful I and helps to keep up the morale ot the troops, so 1 can assure you that your work is a success. 1 might also say thui your parcel arrived on my birthday so I accepted il as u birthday pre--ent, the only one 1 have received in Nominations for District office.-- Iters of Vancouxet ; sub d.'trict board member. F. Ilriudley. West Fernie; auditor T Barton. Teller d. Monks; delegate to IS C Federation of Labor. I. It. Jones; delegate to Trades and Labor �\>ngre��. I'. Raw son. Th" vote *�i a light one and not much interest seem* to have been taken by the miners. Sheep In Mi from Influenxa hlr.ati are *ufferlufi "I to SCOTT PERRY CASE SETTLED 1... 1 ; be :� ! v hid per 1 llour Ti. I eve Cleveland - (' Stevens nas ii' barring th,. .'. t ii>. inn, tii.';. Boston Nat n'.'.,-te.-foriir-' v.-i.h : by the Phllad. ' Tile i" insit �>--;i petition of 1 ii-of the I'hil-nic" I'll �: .In ! :.ji|-l, floor no �M III' e . or b  1 ley � bal.err lailv t'ot; will !. i ' ir cereal flour sub-.'ii all sabis of white , nit retailers to disc ! � -ent stock of other 1 lour purchased un-' order they are per-( 1 1 ousumers with the : i' His up to Xovimiv : ii date all salon of ho made with 'J" ( ;!our. rye flour, oat, I t the province were' � c| yesterday that ::red to Use -