Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 1, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGES SIX T1IR LET5IBRIDGK DAILY HEIIALD THURSDAY, APRIL 1, 1920 BRINGING UP FATHER By G. McManus W-W.WE-WFHE fctVMiJ i HAVE CHEAT I ivjl Ol Gasoline Goes Down I .7-7 Device fjo AND :Kit nil models and tliev'bf Vtrr and tractors. Why not Investi- gate. Mechanical Garage COR. 4TH AVE. 4 3RD ST, PHONfe 1190 The Melting Pot Westminster Defeated Rival Public School in Basketball Game Twenty-Three To Nine heighl in their forwards. At the end uf this quarter the scoru was, mfiisler 14, Kleelwood 4. Hopelessly Down Fleetwood started strong la the third quarter and tried hard to even up the score. They made tho first scoro but were unable to keep up the pace. When they quieted down West- minster kept on going. The scoro stood at 20 to S for Westminster at the start of the fourth quarter. Although Fleetwood was hopelessly Wants to Get Fight in Mexico Before Giving Himself Up To Authorities CALEX1CO. Calif., March Jack former heavyweight champion, arrived at Mexican, ad- joining Caleilco, but across the inter- national line in Mexico, yesterday. Johnson begon negotiations today for a fight at Jlexicull In tho near future. Johnson said he expected to return to the United States um! "get squared" with (be federal authorities soon. He said he would (hen take up his occupaUou of boxing and would sigu down they fought gallantly to make a better Eb'owing. Again iu Ihis case Fleetwood made the first score- but, they never got a basket. Tho flnalj101- a "icatncal tour. scoro was twenty-three to nine. went into tho final j an edge cf twenty-three points aud came out witii a total ofj 14 to 41 for the scries. Following is the detailed score announced: i Westminster Alice Badley S Harriet Carter................15 Fleetwood Laura 7 Catherine Darlington......... 2 TENNIS CHAMPIONSHIPS Weslminster girls defeated Ibe Fieelwood girls iu the flnal of Ihe series of basketball games Tuesday ulghi in tho Y. SI. C. A., (or the cham- pionship of the public schools. The ecoro' slood twenty-three to nine for Ihe .victors. The galleries were pack- championship singles won places ed with spectators. These teams had terday in the round before the semi- previously met In home and homb i finals. Vincent Richards, the young games. title holder, won easily from Rowe Jv'or.o of Uie previous games were of Boston, 6-1, C-l. All of the other NEW YOHK, Jiarch si.-Eiebi sur-1 So He Telegraphs Calgary Box- vlvors in the national indoor tennis mg Disappointed played on neutral floors and that is the reason the Y. M. C. A. was ar- ranged for. When the game started the girls went right into the fight wilh vigor nud excitement was intense dur- ing the entire time. Westminster a basket within orio minute of the start and within another minute made a similar tally. Fleetwood fought aggressively and the first quarter ended with a score of Westminster 3 and Fleetwood 4. During tho second .quarter loth (earns felt the efiecls of the stren- uous play in the first Quarter and took (hlngs a little easier. Westminster continued to hold the Westminster had the advantage la stars, William Tilden, II, S. Howard Voshcli and Sam Hardy, won. The light was good and [he play fast. In the start of the doubles. Tilden and Klchards, champions, easily de- feated the former title holders, Alex- ander and llosepbaum, 6-3, C-3. 4 tf ff j.. BOXING' DATES OTTAWA, March The annual boxing championships of the A. A. U. of Canada will -J du held in Oltawa, April 23 and 21 new Spring STETSON is vastly more than a correctlystyled hat. It has a blue-ribbon pedigree that assures you fixed and unwavering1 sumdnrJ of JOHN IV STETSON COMPANY V, S. A, CALGARY, April will be some time before Clonie Tail, the Canadian lightweight champion, will appear in the west again. This Information is contained In the following wire, which Tail has sent to tla local boxing com- mission from Minneapolis: "Cannot accept date for nest months. Am unable to tell at present when I shall be ready. Will '.be sure lo send you word then. Am writing letter. Best regards to all." "OLOX1E TAIT.1 The Calgary board of promoters made Tait several attractive offers j to come here and meet Charlie llc-i I Carfhy for the championship, hut i i there was no reply to these wires, j The answer which reached the city on Tuesday was in reply to the last communication forwarded, tbo other wires, he claims, missed him entirely as he was away from Minneapolis. This news is rather disappointing A game between Moow Jiw and Reglna In LcthbrJdje It now the aim of local promoters. Manag- of both teams have expressed a desire to enter into negotiations for games In thlt city an April 27 or 28. it is doubtful whether the mana- ge" of the Wettern Canada Lea- gue would allow such a match but nevertheless it is worth trying and would give baseball in Leth- brldge a good stirt. The Rotary Club has determin- ed to take A hand in Intermediate baseball this year and has prom- ised financial support That Is true Rotary spirit, a Rotary spirit that will be apprec- iated In Lethbrldge. Present Indications are that In- termediate sport Is likely to somewhat neglected In Leth- bridge. Ah organisation has been started to plook after Ihe juniors and the seniors in practically all lines are quite capable of locking after themselvea arid art doing so in iplendld styled. There not been much intermediate sport in any form. In the city so far. It a case of junior or city. The C. P. R. likely to intermediate baseball learn In the field and the North Lethbridge'Unltedwtll prob- ably have foot- ball-team. Out tide; of these or- has been .heard :As from the crowd taken En the public school finals in the Y. Mj'C. A. on Tues- day night aj has be.en taken in the scnlpr'outflt. not a slight Vagaln5t the se 10 GET GEORGES Boxing Commission Communi- cates With gests Western Tour CALGARY. April Slops are be- Ing taken by the Calgary Boxing Com- mission to have Georges Carpentler, ihc French visit Cslgury on hla western tour. The management has already communicated with promoters in the. cast, and It Is ex- pected that will come up this way en route lo tho western States and Vancouver, where It Is reported arrangements have been made for him lo appear In an exhibition battle. Calgary Is well fitted up lo handle such a bout and a record crowd would be expected to welcome i.he European .visitor. Providing Car- pentier conM Induced to come to It Is more than probable that Edmonton would also be in line to guarantee an attractive purse, which would maVc a good offer between Ihe two cities. With Our Invitation To Examine Our Easter Suit Selection the aMLiranee that our goods are priced very reasonably, OUR CLOTHING is selected with all SKILL and JUDGMENT in QUALITY of material and WORKMANSHIP, bought with the one idea of giving you (the weav- er) the best 'possible value for your money. Our quality Is right. Our. price IE right. Our selection is very large. BERT KESTER'S MEN'S SHOP THE HOME OF CLOTKINC ALEXANDRA HOTEL BLOCK... .PHONE 615 OK THE CORNER Jack Shaw, Anderson, Slim -........._........____James, Davy Allan, Irish Kane, Dlnty range for a match between McCarthy Thompson, Sammy Troman, Speedy land Tail, as many consider McCarthy Fortes, Percy Turn bull and Fatty j to the local fans, who have been 1 clamoring fro the commission to j- Lelbbrldge Veterans will send an old timers soccer team to Taber on April 10 for a friendly game. Follow- ing are the players: Billy Llnnlng. has earned a good name for himself and deserves n chance at the cham- pionship. Talt has been doing all his fighting on the other side, under the j name of Canadian champion, but he I has not defended tho crown In this country since ho floored Harry An- derson at Kdmonton last year. EXHIBITION GAMES K.H. K. Drysdale. BERT FINCH LEAVES CALGARY FOR COAST CALGARY, March is to another good sportsman tomorrow night, when Bert. Finch, prominent (log fancier of thinj. city, and .well known sport follower on nnd'off'for Ihe past 17 years in Calgary, leaves to .lake up his residence In Vancon- Lethbridge ScKednied. To Play For Provincial Honors On Saturday Night EDMONTON, March. defeated Calgary in the final gauie of the elimination series for the provin- cial paslethall championship here to- night 63 to 34 iu a brilliant game. Lethbridge plays the' Edraoaton team on April 3 In the play-off for the Alberta title. way system since tbs incorporation with it of the Canadian Northern, orating del oils on the National Rail- wny system, comprising the Canadian Norlhern and the- Transcontinental, amounted last, year to In addition, there were capital charges of 'all.'v: Cour.ilug in also the Grand Tnmk Pacific, the is I in 3e- licit last year was SiT'.OOtMJOtT. 'The statement, which was presented only two tlays has already Caroused strong criticism'of government owner- ship of railways and the railway esti- mates still renfam to'.be voted! mainly to the- budget wlilcb S'r Henry Dray- ton, ininlEter of finance, Is 'expected to present toward the middle- of Ito for determine bow tbn mouey be -falsed, t (Continued from Front Page.) Subsequently, tbo minister of. jus- tice has stated, that the correspond- ence'-with the provincial attorneys-gen- oral Is of an informal uaturo. and that no definite conclusions yet reached. It is suggested, however, that an Inter-provincial conference on the subject will lie the probable out- come. Naval Tha Jellicoe report and.Its subse- quent discussion by the Unionist party .caucus.', led' to 'an ment In Canadian naval plans.' bordj Jellicoe submitted four different schemes for a Canadian navy. 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San Francisco............. 15 11 I Batteries Carter, Newklrk and OTan-f-11; .Smith and Aii'inson. At (irecnvlllr-. Miss.: 11.11. K. Now York S M I Hoston 2 1 Hattcrlss Winters and MnCarty. Knydcr: Holliorow, At Kan.: K. U.K. IxMtla Anjcric.ins....... 7 li Wichita Western........... 1 Sr.verrid; Vormsri, llnrkloy nnrl O'Drlcn, Vnr. yiin. At Hpt-iicer, Nntlonnls 7, I'clrolt Amcricnna 6. VALGEH OUTPOINTED O, April O'Conuell, Cleveland I'ightweiKht, do- cls.vely outpofnlod Denny VnlEer, of New York, In a 10 round hout here last night, according to a majority of tho newspapers, T> ii lie-ing between gfelted by many, wh'o enjoyed his nc- Mr. Finch was born In County Cork. Ireland, ami he sprang Into the 'lime- light In Kngland as a runner and hoier. lie held sov'cral bnahipioh- ships in the- olil country and crossed lo America over 18 years ago, as a well recognized wportsman. Hn pro- moted ircreral lights in the fita'oj, caucus was against fnrthev na'vnl as- pendttiiro.' Then rame reports' of thr. closing of the navpl finekySrds at Halifax anil ami the de- mobilization of the present naval forces.' Questions followed house, li. wns explained by the min- ister of nav.il service. Ibat the juten- lion was to continue tbo naval force on pre-war lines, thai the orders had In Portlnnd, and Sam Maine. _t "The j F u angford, FKANK BAKER WILL- NOT TAKE THIKD SACK YORK CLUB Fla., April V'rauk Baker, for several years atar third of iho Yankees, tun had another chanfte o! heart. He will ntl return to tho N'ew York club, .'inrl Msnsger HuRgfn.t announced last night that until further notice Hob Meueel, Iho sIussftiE'lad from the Paclnc Conn, would bo the club's' reg- ular third baseman. To clean a hair brush take half a cup of common salt and flour, in enual proportions, tnli well and nib through the briatSfcjf two or three times. Shake (ho mixture all out and tlio hrtiBh will bo is clean as tJiiin It was now. that tho Ilrltlsb offer of one. light cruiser ati.I two dcstrojers would bo accepted, and that ncilon on a per- manent naval policy been deferr- ed. The minister of naval service fur- iher announced the tifremrmt of Ad- miral ns director of Canad- n naval net-vice. The Franchise Bill Tho franciiiflo bill, after an animal- I discussion of Mine of Its clauaefl, passed second reading ivitliout n divl- don and Is now in committee witli contciitlotm clsmcn lo lie dlncusscil later. Likewise, thcro was keen criti- cism of the government's shlphiilldlni; and railway In regard to the firel, tho opposition was crldesl o( tbe fact that contracts had been plac- od for government (ramp steamers without tenders being first called for, However, a vote of. to carry oilt tho shipbuilding program wns.passcd, Thd minister of railways also has told tho story (he Ilrst year's oper- ation of the 'CtinndinD National Hail- K, Station Service Slatlop" for'th'o fani'ous K-W iyil.' oj inagriotos, generators, .colls paired. stocl-.-of repair purls' car- ried. All wort guaranteed. MAONETS RECHARGED The Roy Electric Co. 516 4th Avenue South PHONS 735 OH Special on Country Trlpa Pfionej 787 RcsldtnM 1210 We Have Installed a Full Equip ment for Repairing AUTOMOBILE usndlo all "makes' 6! cftri. Expert Hot Air Furnace Work ELLIOTT Sheet Mftsl Workert 6th St. South Phone TheMostPopular Recreation Dominion Bowling Alleys Demtn'on Entrance on Sixth Street.