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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 1, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX lljr. LKTHHIUDGB DAlLi TUESDAY. APRIL 1.1919 'BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. Me Man us rATHE.SJ-DO.XT XOOTHINK TH ARC The Sport Page SEATTI.K. April Mnldoca puts it, "It's good nisfu. tonight. The boc'Xuy 'vil! be over and to Ihe victor belong ihe sivits. There wont be much Sc't U'lt, the jhouting. but there are about fans: one mighty anxiou- :nan-i acil eight over-wrought f who :are willing to do thai- The iwo j teams that win sts.uk up against each; otter innls'at.wift go after each otherj wi tk" red fn their eves. Too much is' at stake to mate a tame game pos- sible ereu with the plarers in a bat- tertid tondUioD. Ths squa ri trom Capt. Rowe tn McDonald, Ibe utility mail, that title. They Sfa.nl the possession of the-- Stanley cup a Eecoad lime and they want to administer' a good ircrancins to .tlie visitors as a season's wind-up, .Though pretty moch battered up.jr Seattle will be in- than J they were Saturday, The VETERANS TO ORGANIZE BASEBALL CLUB There wilt be an important sport meeting in the G. W. V. A. cluli rooms touight at eight oVlock, when the baseball club (or the year will be or- ganized. All veterans are bail players and all olhors are in the of. thb team are urged to Old Country 'oe Hold on Chicago Wrestler and He is Ready to Leave SFOKAXE. Mar. Jack Taylor, erstwhile Wyoming cattle J rancher and heavyweight.wrestler. LO.VDOX, -Mar. Rug- .Jslt -tagiie football games piayed Sat- Londan Combination i, Queens Park K. I. L'tapton Orient 0. Cbelsea 0. Kulhatu 2, .Mjllvrall Athletic C. Tottenham Hotspur 0, 1. West 31au r. i. Cryalal Palace 3. Lancashire Section Blackburn Rovers 'j, BurQk-m (X Bolton o, Manchester City 1. Liverpool yv Stockport Coumy 0. Manchester United 5, Bury i. Preston North FAid 0, Olfiham "2. Rochdale 0. Everton 3. Southport Central Or lilafrVpool Stoke 2, Burnley i. M'idland Section 4, RotUerham County 3. Birmingham I, Xotts Forest "o Bradford City 1. Bnulford 4. Coventry 2. Grimsby Town I. f Hijddereiiehj Tovira 1. Leeds City 0. over There have been double ga- lore on the mrf, ot which are the Cesirewiteh and Tanibriilge- shire, but the Kentucky Jockey club U going to go them all one better and tbave a triple nvent next season. I Mat the new vioe-yresident I aud general manager of ihc four tracks i which recently, told all (about it recently and how a horse may j Mn dose tc 5100.000 il it wins tuts triple The ruces are L-ciinetoji Derby of .idtleJ at cue aiile and a J furlong-, which has been run as the j spring iriaJ stakes; ilie Kentucky j Derby at one mile ant! quarter, which will have au. added money value of next season, and the La- J tonia Derby, uf added, the only one at the real Derby distance, one !tnlle and a halfj Now for the bonuses.-The Kentucky Jockey club will .give an additional 35.000 to the horse th'aL wins both, the i Lexington and Kentucky Derbies, iCQO to the three-year-old that wins the and the Latoala and above all otter- monies to. .the suffering from strenuous efforts and Hall and 51 c- Upnald are oh the sick Ust, the form- er confined to his bed and (he tetter only out on his nerve. jincoec anu neav; weigiu TI- j .Mar. night clamped an inside toe hoUljlhe results ot Victory OIL Axel Rolondo in their bout at tbejditted Scottish league" AinJitorium tbeater the "Swedish Gi-j btayed on. aat" was ready to take the next train'the first named clubs: Sbefiield United I, SlieffieM o! i colt or filly that Ifeto i As the races always been GLASGOW, ilar. more to the cup and added money, the prtiaiaiiis can Oldesl Brigade First, Following In Regular Order of Numbers WINNIPEG, Mar. after- noon paper carries the following from an correspondent: first division will be demobilized according to senior- Hy, idfifitrv t.'.'jsdsr i( is learned today. The first bri- Q3.de, comprising the 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4Mi battalions, all eastern, will be returned first. will "be followed i by the second brigade, comprising the. 5th, 7th, 8th and 10th battalions. The third brigade, comprising the. 13th, 14th, 15lh and 16th battalions will foLlgw. tNTER-COLLEGUTE SPOHTS KlNGSTOXf--5lar. dele- ttle- Hrat fall in i-S minutes, with a gates from Umrerjity of Toronto, >icJdonblti arm and head lock from which the sum close to J100.000. iy the grounds, of! Kentucky Is malt-] I ing a big bid .for the best horses in -----.._ -ej Victory Cup i (raitUng, antl' winnfoE a triple ereat hold won tor Taylor the 1, Rangers 0 is not beyond the bounds of posstbll- falf in 25 micutes or gruei-T st.'Mirrcn I CeHic P for a real champion, lag wassail the_ fans ihstj partick Thltlle 0, Hearts 2. Chicago, whence he canie. The o. c Gill, Queen's and Bcyal Military'Col- "wj >uuu ..-u-i j j'driius ioiciie ti Means tmet ihe Souse couM ask. Tavlor wan; i, Matlieraell "i 1n -.0 1 u. Scottish League Queens Park 1, Kilmarnock lejc here completed for re orEanizaHon oC departments of there was no squirming tor iiis op- all sports. Offbers ircra elected Cor each department and schedules and dates irere arracBed, The follon-jng oKic- fera were elected: Honorarr presi- dent, B. O. Queens; president W. T. Holmes, Toronto; ;irst vicC'pre- aidcnt, A. C, Dunbar. Royal'Jlilltarf College, and second vice-president II Tl. LainE, McGttl. j 4 nandle, and early began! I was reported from an author- forgan by sight j last nizht [thought Brill's op- j ponvm n-aa Morgan, until 1 saw him tiRhl. Then I hccame'Euspiclous, and now believe 1! was r.oi Morgan. Th'e cluh did not pay the one who claimed lo be Morgan v. cent." L1EUT.COL. COLLISHAW AFTER AN AEROPLANE FOR THE TRANSATLANTIC FLIGHT .HALIFAX, Mar. The White Slar liaer Olympic sailed this morn-ing for Southampton with 297 passengers and packages of mall. Lieut.-Col. Coflishaw, D.3.O., who is a passenger, will bring back from England an air- 1'lane in which he will attempt to fly across (he Atlantic from Newfound- land in May. igoing to be easy, but then we can't alt bs champions, can BABE RUTH BENT Uabe Ruth is always ddfns Itosie'rnns-or causing notion by his novel iJc-as. The I'AWS. March 3l._Tlie French Olympic committee has voted miani- monsly lo abide by the rcsolulion passed hy that organization on Nov. 22, ISIS, in which 11 anil Its affiliated bodies decided ihcy would not partici- pate in any Olympiad in which citi- ON. is should not he hew before i'.i21, big REASJERH MATS t CAPJ Boston pitcher has talked prize fight Jng almost as much as he has his do- to get In the outfield regularly. Tito light bee liss stune him again and he says he Is seriously consic-'erin? nulling baseball right ax-ay, too. In try out as y professional heavyweight boipr. The fact that Manager Harrow, of Ihe Keel fox. intends to use him as 0 In Bos- ton some one insulted him and aim! door between them wilh a slam. ].Sanily juat punched his hig fisl (hrougli (the plate glass, cinladted (he door and ;ihen i! was cortalna. Sandy look a i sojourn in Cluod for Ills little esca- pade. His frlcndz always used to say jlhat Ihe best training place for him was in Jail, where he could not [lirl PALACE GARAGE i Avenue Soulh with the brew. If Handy had trained thri might have uiaile a regular fighter I hiit he haled the monotony of train- He fought all the n[ lime and fho only lime he ever showed tho white-feather was in a bout with Sam a good many years ago, when he refused lo come mg Association IrBlht! Interna out.of his corner after Sam had sunk lions] tourney, the tf-am roll a couolij of. lefts.Into bis well-filled log 2872. junt one than the itoraicb. BOWLINO TOURNEY ENDS VAN'COUVKIl. March was almost been tho What] Getting! Keady for Spring Seeding YOUR LIFE INSURANCE THE UTMOST IMPORTANCE ESPECIALLY AT THE ENT TIME TO AND FAMILY. Do you know that the ctpilal value of Iho Ufa at a earning fi.OOO per annum, lo his dependents IB over and his insurabln value OTer 810.000? With tho eref value of the dollar, the mm who. perhaps, was amply In- lureil flvo years ago. should to- diy DOUBLE Ms protection. Talk aver your needs with your THE.V SSE Tht Agent of the CANADA LIFE H. J. HSKE1TH Sherlock Block Phone IUB to ihc nc-lEhbors on Monday even- int. The u. r. a. concert Is poslponed tor the prercul due to tlie 'tlu. fFrom Our Own rrtrrpsr-jiTl-tin mO.V SPKINGS, Mar. Ches- ter McDonald was a business vlslior in Coajdale on Tuesday. '.Mar. 25. The V, K. A. are shipping a car load of foe'J to Commerce in the near future. A TI-.V cases of Ij.c '.rlu have been' discovered in the" community. We erupt they n-ill not prove to UR of a seriaus 1( all who have the 'tlu will, slay homo, and Ih.osa who have not l will retrain from entering homes where 'flu is known It will be for the safety of public welfare. .Miss Enid lockout and Miss Helen McDonald arrived home on Wednes- day from I.elhbridgc, .where they have been in allenilance at High school. Prepare for Spring Grain cleantaE is the order or Iho, voasi Metal TiMes Council. Sim- among (ho fanners, looking tor-liar votes were Uien in other coast wari! to sowing in the bright spring shipyard cities Miss Anderson, principal of thertron Springs school, was indisposed for a a day or two last week. -Mrs. s. R. Brady returned home on Thunder after visiting with Olrs. Harris ntHr ;Mr. C. Reiier made a business trip ia djaldale on Wednesday, ifarch. fe. Jlr. C. -UcLaughlin was. a business visitor In toUibrfdge, Jlr. J. W. Ruthcrfird attended the committee mtfcting oi irrigation In the city last Thursday. As motorinj Is slow- Irlvellinj these (Jays, and driving uninteresting, two young ladles ot this community were seen astride of a horse gently proceed- SEATTLE, Mar. ship- yard workers have voted overwhelm- ingly against going on strike April for bight1.- wages, was announced to. nay. The strike vote, which was tak- en last week, was ordered bv the Pa- ciflc Coast Metal Trades Council. Sim- ARROW COLLAR ANDY THE RADIATOR MAN 418 FIFTH ST, S. itsly said to havo Iwwjlng !our-j nament in the o! tlic north west catno to an Sc Ule'Salurdajr night, with an entertain- ment to visiting imwleia by. Iho KIks of Xew Weatminstcr and s team nweepstakes at the p.jniler alleys, where the tourney was held durir.i! tho week, J. K. Morris, Vancouver, was elected president of tht> .Vorthweslera }nlef- nalional Ilowlins Assoi-SstloD for Ihe ensultig year. NRXI year's tournament Is to be hi-lij in Ktattle. BROKE HECOBO VAKCOUVBFI. Marcb. 2S, Two Seattle Icama last'night broke the Northwestern International Bowl- Ing Association rrBlhV illonsl tourney, the ttam roll log 2872. one. th k, THE ALBERTA SADDLERY CO. OHMWYf Thai's yon will eay when you your nsit rttread, If It's done Che "OKI KURt" WAV Yotir ttre will bo built un wilh the o( freeh new mitcrlal and will lecelre by coring In our new Rib mold a design ind finish lhat .must plcaee moil cJucllni. Vulcanizing litn Opp. VIII. FOR SALE A Number of Second- Hand Tires and repaired We will: give you a good repaired tube with of these casings bought between now and April 10th. TIRE We Don't Fix Radiators We Repair Them The Reliable Radiator Repair Shop George Firquharton, Projj. Rear "D" The Tailor, Slh St. S Willard The driili season is lirarrltn near. Have us call and examine ,your ballery. We are equipped with ail re- pairs to meet Ihe requirements of all batlcrieB. Don't He your cir un your battery Is dead. We win rent you at a small cost while your own Is hetnj tt- charged. We tiara a full filpply of new batteries on hand. Get our prices oeforo purchasing elsewhere. 311 7th St. South Phone 616. I Now u the Time to riare Your CAR OVERHAULED Before the Spring Begins Our men arc cqmpelent mechanics and do Irieir work1 Do not be fnisled by so-called "cut rates." BAALIM MOTOlTu or UNIOH BANK m ;