Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 3, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE SIX Viifi LKTHBniDGE DAILY HERALD THURSDAY, APRIL a, 1919 t "BRINGING UP FATHER' By G. McManus COMt CHnc-Kti'i VTYVN; tOO TO KELP MC LOOK The Sport LAAA-BIG Representatives of Sport As- sociations Are Also Asked To Be'Present On Friday evening in the City Coun- cil chambers, final arrangements will for tho canvass of the city for Xaods lo rejuvenate sport .In Leth- .bridge. This city lias been fortunate in setting together au organization to control" sport generally and keep it clean. 'The LAjylA. has an ev6B more important undertaltine in hand and that is-.to give every box and girl in the city a chance to play some game or-other. It Is essentially to teach the yolinger generation to play the vari- oas games that the L..A. A. A..was launched, and the result he that In a few years we wii; have tea mi ia any department o! lo represent J Lethhnugp and boost that .tiling kiKmn.as civic good foolballi .baseball-or lacrosse team to make you taint the' old home lown It's going Id take some money. Grounds and equipment come first. We believe arraagemieets hare practically' been made for ETckstorm park for gnev malclies. .-Sut. half a dozen or nftjre practice grounds ia different sec- tions of the city muEt'pe fitted up and tils' will require money. vv So the bushiest' men are gbfag to make a Enappncanvaai ot tie wWe, 4 city for funds. 'Hence Friday night's meeting lie roHoiring together with the representatives of the different sport association's are asked to be present: 'A. S. Williamson, John Gllmore, JobB Reber, .1. c. Scotl, John Vase- Robt. Livingstone, Earl Hook- er, R. Gibbons, A. Dii- on, Dr. GalllTaa, Thos. Oiland. Geo Tbds. Long, Greetj, A! MeCoirk, Jos. Bar- rj IMwson, Downer, Ai I) Hogg 'Geo. Bradbeir, Roj" Davidson. R.-J. Diulng, A. E. Beaumont. D. B. Har- ris, That. EYanR, A.: G. BwUta, Frank WaddmgtoD; Mr. bev, C. B. Bowmaa, B ,D. SIcNabb, Dr. Brioier, A. a.Hnrapfcries, Fowler, U B' Fred keBny, T. C, BkJp.U., tfr. Jones, J. A. Reid, J. -W, ZtaMni, Hugh Crawford. O. Ursinbacb., H. TV. 'Meech, A. Smitt, S. C. R Braadow, V. -Maynard, H. A. Mackar. ffol.berton, Major Burnett, R. P. TVal- lace, Dr. Cragg, Jas. Davidson, Canon McMillan, KaroH_Rmtfti, stall, A. J. Blackborne, Jis. Dawson, Harry Francis: HaroM King. The abore are atkedrto accept this notice ot the meeting and to be on baud. v EASTERN HATS CTCAPSI Sor DAD and his LAD I ince-pur of basket tossers lave-not of victories ately, .agaiust Taber welcome. relief and sncoaragenient with a score of 2-1-17" in Cardston's favor. Tlie .teems lined up -.Cardston guards. den Lsroan, centre, Spen- cer Cahoon, forwards, B. Long. Sub, K. Woolf. Taber, guards Johnitou, centre, R; Tbey, forward.'Ira Harris, Ivan Harris, The first u-dlfoi tie game was refer-L by V, Spackma'n, who. in our opiu- oUj gave very fair decisions, but. >ng to a coinplalnt made against him by the-Taier team, Stirling Low was secured to referee tte'second 'Tne'-gam'e was lively and brick all ihrbugh and clever plays drew bursts or applause every fehv seconds from the fair siz2 audience present. A diver- sion -was caused Vheti Golden Woolf and Harris of ;Tab'er had a slight alter- cation. With' tie istjvference of the1 referee ;howev6A -the game 'was soon going smoothly again. At the end nf -he fir.t.half the score stood 165 both -centres, broke even in "baskets, but each play- ed well and-worked in many a com- :R. Johnson arid Wesley kept ariose guard on their men "dur-. ing the whole game. In several .running guard playstand scored'lhreei'field taskets. Holt, al- though closely guarded, made thres field baskets.- This gaine -'finished Uw' church eague, and the L. D. 8. caca put on top." The line-up: ?9..S. English. i L. Kesler D. Ursenbadi A. Wesley ____ I) R. Johnson 6 Continued From Front Page. been trying to further the project of good roads. By cooperation hoped (o accomplish much more' ia influencing the governments (o make a permanent national highway via tho Crow's Nest Pass route. At the evening session of the roads convention 'a letter was read from the Bow Island Automobile As- sociation supporting the national high- way via tile Crow's Nest Pass. -Mr. Harris of Lethbridge said last year 400-cars went from Eastern B. C. and Southern Alberta on a tour ID Glacier Park. This year thu number of tourists is expected to be num- bered thousands. He moved that an association be formed by those interested .in Ihe road between Medicine Hat and Kooienay Landing. .Both lib and'JIr. -florrison. of Cole- man slated it was .'net proposed to break away from either tbe Alberta Motor. League or the B. C. Molor League but to so organize lhat they could co-operate'in'furthering the in- terests of the Crows' Xest Pass route Ihe only feasible road over the moun- tains Ic Canada. The" project is to organize associat- ed cooperation of municipalities, boards of trade. Hotary Auto-' mobile clubs, farmers' associations and organiiations: of kindred nature lo further, good roads between Med- icine Hat and Kooienay. New Association Formed It was decided 'unanimously to form the :Crow's National Highway Association-land.the follow- ing officers were elected: ji. Morrison, ei- mayor of Coleman. ,y C, Law, (if Fernie. R. Smith, of Bloirniore. Executive of offtu President-elect Morrison spoke promote considerable trade and Iraf-ldo an "eittaordinarv Ihing fie .with the United Slates which aretls not required of persons or at present engaged HI constructing a corporations' network of useful and permanent all tho principal roads connecting centres. The ratepayers freely asked ques- tions which worn nnwerud lo their considerable cvi-'l denco was brought out in the 'meeting which had a direct bearing upon Ihej case. I After discussion it was unaWiouslv! District tho royalties fropi natural n- decided to appeal the.case wilh all And Wbereas, both Ihe Domin- ion and, Alberta governments uro.de- coasidcrable revenue each tie Alberta Crow's Nest riving year possible vlgtr, and to employ the brat legal counsel in Atberln. rn'ther than submit to thu judgment as at present given. Decide to Appeal Xo ill feelings wero expressed, and Councilman Low very not think) iinV.of.Uhc taxpayers seriously objected. It was pointed" die would have.to'be raised on llie irnlo Board ers of the tcwn'.oi! Cardston that ttie n, president council and that C. Tillock 4 jc. Wellington. 11 G.'Morrison ...11 LV D. ilr.ii r. Totals........33 Totals.....2S GOLF of tho importance of good roads to all communities and especially to those V i (By J. S. It may surprise Lethbridje golf- ers to learn that the'sand act! oil greens, adopted and 'used with such success last year, were tlie tlrst ot the kind in Canada. Their fame has tfarellexl far. The sec- retary has received tommsnlca-" tions from one ot the Winnipeg clubs and from' the Jaw cUib, H3 to how they are in- stalled. This information has. ot coarse, been gladly forwarded. it usually taken a club many seasons to perfect the putting but we seemingly, have quickly and satisfaclorlly accom- in the'Crow's Nest dlitrict. 51 (juaranlees of financial support wero given by, tBi.foUowing: Ferniu Cranbrook Aulo Club ?2o; Crow's Ntsst Pass.Antn LethbrldBe Aiilo Club Lcthbridge IRolary Club ?25; Rural Jlunicipallty of Liv- ingston Macleod Pincher Creek 525; Tdber, siibscriptlon. Tie, secretary will c'rrc'u'larlze each in regard to conlributing towards the expense of ike associaled association during the year. National Crow'Highway The following resolution movnd by Mr. Law of Fernie.waaVcarrled niously; i; sources-on coal, timber and Irriga- .portion ot which tho conven- tion ..contends should be returned to Ihe said district for tbe construction and maintenance of tho said highway. Therefore.'be it resolved fbzl (his convenllon do slfongly 'recommend Rnd urge upon both lioinln'on and Pro- vincial" govcrunienls 'the' Immediate ndoptidu and construction" Df the said "All 'Canadian'1 .coast lo coasl high- ivay via Medicine LAtbbrldge and tho Crow's Xsst Pass. at Convention W. Cousins, president Alberta Mot- or League, representative Board ot Trade and municipality o[ city of Medicine Hat; Jas. Bennett, councillor municipal dislrict of Livingstone. Ko. 70; D. E. Harris, president I.etlrbridgo Auto Club, representing also- Leth- bridge Board of Trade; Arthur Young, .Macleod Board of Trade; W. A. Bjcn- lier-Hasselt, president Taber Board-of Trade and also representing Taber Auto'CIub and town council; J. J. Cameron, secretary Pincher Creek Board of Trade and represent- ing (own ot Pincher Creek; P. C. Law, secretary Fernie District Auto Asso- tiation; B. K. Stewart, of Trade; Mayor Cameron, Cranbrook District'Auto Association; secretary, Cranbrook District Aulo Association; Merchants' Associations' and Board1 of R: P.' McKii- rick, travelling represenla'iive, Leth- brldge He'ralil; sup erinlendent West Canadian Collieries, er McGiliivray Creek-Coal and Coke Co., prKldent Crows'Ne'st Pass-Aulo AsRocia'tion; gen- eral 'manager Intel-national Coal "and .1. R. S. Smith, secretary- treasurer Crow's Nest Pass Auto As-i by a'p'jaralfty of-24.419 voles' soclalion. general .sales agent West Canadian Collieries -Ltd.; Harrv Peters Alcthtxlisl ministei1, Bellevue; W. manager Hillcrest Collieries-'Ltd., Hillcrest; L. P. Rob- ert-, manager Oreenhill mine, Blair- more; L. Lutil, proprietor Blairmore Hardware; Alei. M; Morrison, broker, Coleman; J. S. Pizer, clerk, Coleman; A. B. Lawson, Bank of Commerce, B. Picariello, Blairmoi-e; R. Fuuniatalla, Hillcrest Livery; J. M." Windsor, manager Union Bank branch, Crow's Nest Paas: Dr. H. A. McDonald, Hillcreal; Bev. jjoiman.-.-" P.P., Blair- more; B. WJ'' Watliuer, Blalnnore; Fred Believoc; cfeo, U. _ Blalrmore; N. D. Thompson, Kelson, B. C.; J. J. Murray, Frank, Alia.; T. "'C. Phillips, Cran- B. C.; H. W. Crawford, YOUR LIFE INSURANCE It OF THE UTM03T IMPORTANCE .ESPECIALLY AT THE PRES- ENT TIME TO YOURSELF AND FAMILY. Da you know lhat the .capital value of the life of a mia, ait> 'K. taming per annum, to his dependents is over and his insurable value over 10.000? With the ever decreasing value of (he .dollar, ibe man ,-'io. 'perhaps, was amply in. five years ago, should to- DOUBLE, iits proteclloil. Talk over your Insurance needs with your SEK The Agtnt of the CANADA LIFE K.J. H.SKEITH Sherlock Block Phone 1343 COL. RELEASED COPENHAGEN. April Vix. chief of Ihe-French'mission at llud.v DIES ordniary one, and that lied the JuOg- mont'been lair.-.in the' opinion ENGLISH SURGEON those who knew the lhat he did j '-ON'DO.X. April .lames .Alac- v.-iclely known sur- j geon. died here today, sir James- was taxes authority or radiology, and during war was consulting radiologist'to properly at least. JO. .mills, to: provide 'ho military hospital-in the Londbu for this extra eipendllufe. shiould it district. One'oi'hls Inventions wai i be necessary." precise means for the' loiiali-aiion: The motion made by II. through; X-Rays of foreign bodlcV In D. Folsom and seconded M. A. the, eye and Hie orbit ami Coombs, -several -others- folkws: of-bullets. He was That It be the rrlrpiy id act 'the REPUBLICANS LOUIS ST. JJOUJS, fan 'en- at municipal ac- cording to complete iilibTlicial re'. jrns (oday. A president of the board' of aldermen and- fourteen' aiembers or llic board irere voted forj' Ixiuis Atoer was ra-elected, president ot lab bolrfl most direct route we si ward from Win- nipeg Is via Jledicinc J n.if.0 15 plished this by use of -and miied land the Crov.-'a Nest with crude oil and then well-roll. ed. The otl keeps Ihe sand from blowing. With very little atten- tion you have a fast, smooth green. In the west ft Is almost Impossible lo get decent grass grceni. "The Lelhbridse cltio has led Ihe way. We have lo thank Inspector Cha- ney for their Inlrodnelion here, The grouniikeepBr is busy 01! Hie course and scon the gu'fers will all fcawell away on what to be our most successful seasin. To be or notilo be, DayKght sav- ing! What will the answer he? itke inl'ers want it of course. Why thin puasy footing? Every in Canada will bo in Jine. W.-, ..liouiii Worry auoul the dew on'ibi-.v-.ss al 0 a.m. STILt ILL SEATTLE, April londe, Manager Ocorgr IlerlanQiielte May we proving. The other influenza stricken members of the Montreal lesm -go Kenneriyjand r'cre reporleir Ini- worn reported lo bo from Iiigli fevers. still suffering STECHER TOOK TWO FALLS JIOiVTOOMERY, Ala.. April hlerher. (if NV-br.iaka, former Jicavy- welglit wrestling ilefeMccl Jonn Klern. of OhMago In two straight falh here Unt nlghl The ,lrjtt fall fame In one hour -ind n nrlnjlM and Ihe saonrl In 18 minutes body hold used lu be ftyli Ledibridge 4. And Whereas, ori-account of the low altitude of the roirte through the Crow's Neat 1'ass it IsfipWirfor.traf- Ho much longer each aflr other route through Honn- alns. 5. And Whcreaa, tWert'-.is 'nt tlie rCEenl ttme'nn Motor Road from Winnipeg to Vancouver via the Crow's Ne.n Pass exception of 115 miles to ho nonstnrileil wh Columbia wsst of.-aidnny at an ap- prmrmate cost of as fol- In Kceskafewk 6 miles. LIvln'gMone, No. 70; H.'Barlass. t. P. Allan Ross, C. -Sartbrls, Crow's Nest Pass. (Continued from I-Vont Page) He showed that Ihe pole and guy wire o.'botli In tiis '.Creek f" mpc i A 4 Hosslaiiil which Is eveiy year completely cov (o PauIsM 32 iff crea ivllh water, aa.l thal.lt was not il i i'-l8' travcllad portion of-lie hlgh- Ami Vhcreao, saldrWiite would'way. and .also pointed :ont: that Ifid 6. serve the most Industrial and Commercial ccnlrei Agrlcul- lural Communities in Provinces ol Manitoba. 'Saskalcheyai, AJIjeri" Brillsh Columbia, partknlariy- In Briiish Columbia where >2% at the population Is resident South of (he Ufmlnion Hallway Belt; 1. And whereas, iho firate Ihrough [he Crow's Neat Pass dis- tricts where there are many flourish- ing industries Including eremite mining, lumbering, growing anil ranching enterprises i. And imscllled porilonE along the H. C, secllon of Ilili, roulo are being thrown open for Im- ernmont. 9. And Wiercas, tlisre la already a mediate tettlomr-iit by the H. C. got- ncavy volume, of lourluls and settler traffic from tl.e slalea ft Oregon, Washington [Jna Ihe Crow 3 Wes( pr.iirlo provlnrci And this route wifl Albcrla, Oiatahe guy governinenl (elephono iPliroach" bridge started more Ihsn 100 sbiilh of Ihe end of the litMgc, and (hat .this pole .and1 wit-e11 were'about to feel lower Ihan (M level of-lh'e bridge 'floor, fife "als6 pointed nut thai In almost every city and (own -In..... wires lo the polw -were otlcn nnprolected wilh hoards or pipes, and even In the clly tf Lethbrldge Ihero .were many of Inslanccs as well In town o( t'ardslon. It war evident (hat In (his caso Ihe" town was In no way lo blante because ot Ihe fact (hat there wai-no guard, on (his guy wire be- cause it was rot on the used portion of Ihe highway, but In the creek bot- tom where It was seldom (ha Inlng but catlle or .persona ell..., to wnter borscs would iravel He staled lhat a slay ot execution for 30 days had been granled through A H Clark, of aim rurthcr Polaled out IX'al Ihn (own. 'nccord-' la the jndsjieci wis i that any- 13 (leafrfnK .THE RADIATOR MAN .411 FIFTH ST. S. FOR SALE A Number of Setond- -Vewly good rfese Asinss .bought between now and'ApriJ.lQth. ..TIHE "SERVICE CO.' RELIABLE RADIATOR REPAIR SHOP George Firquharsen, Prop. "D" Tlw Tailor, 5th StJ s. OH! BOY! Thal'a wtat yon irlll say wffeff ycd Bte your next retread, K it'i done tfce- "ORI KURE" WAY'' Vonr lire nlll bnllt up with the best of fresh new nil will receive by coring In onr new Rib moid a Design and finish tliat' nfeaie most exacting. tot n. V Will, MOTORISTS The drlrlug (reason la drawing near. Hare us call and >-our batlery.. are equipped with an re- pairs Ip meet ifce requirements of all batteries. r-on't tie your car up because dead. We -will reci .one at a small cent -.wWie'-Voilr own being re- 'charged, a full supply of new hand. Get onr prices Wore, purchasing elsewhere, Our Used Car Department 4 CyfaJw CWrrvkt, 1917, j CyfcUer Chtiam, 1817, 5J 6 CyMcr MeLMfhlb, 1918. r, 1917. Finl ODC-TM Tredt. BAALIM MOTOR Co. SACK OF UNION BANK ff'