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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 7, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX V11K LETHBHllXfE DAILY HERALD MONDAY, APRTL 7, 1919 'BRINGING UP FATHER" -r- By G. Me Manus I NJV TrtAT V.-E. I MOVED m WELL MEHY-1 WANT BE CAREFUL- OOKT "TOO CARE BRING OT BROW FRlCNOe, 1M HERE M-1D DON'T I DO RESPECTED IN BE THC PHONED TOO MOW LOWEK voice WE OP THE APARTMENT- The Sport Page j GOLF COURSE ON VIMY RIDGE I Prttidtnt Wilson lo B shortly to consider some basis for af- filiation. ill Nol Have Professional Bui Will Import a Battery (Spetial to The HeraU) April 4. The Vulcan iBwball was organized for tie season at an enthusiastic meeting heli J4n -Vulcan today. It was decided to Iran ft purely-local the ex wjitlon that i battery wouM bo im ported. The iollywiitt everted Hon. President, Harry Noel; pretkJent, A. Q. Spooner M. Traill; Irsas., X. execntlvi commftlee, F; A. Kires, A. J. Rood uho a wont to play at soldiering, ____ was- responsible for position to a well-blown ball in the capital abandoned bugle call, and deploying in sections his idea-of organizing, for this ihrough the trees and across the open and intends to return to iL-. 'N most .apwayea of mo and put bis timeiand esperience be-1dern tactics. Our intrusion into their Wad .the promotion of. the amaleur league, which tjbal organization. mimic, warfare with our strange .im- eiciled their curiosity, and (From Our Own Correspondent) Macleod. April past wee's has been practically the first of Quite a number.of the farm- ers began 'work on their land by disc- pioughing and harrowing. Only a few began sowing; those who had high and dry fields were able to sow, but with neit week beginning April 7th, seeding will be general all over I tin district.- North of the river.; the, i acreage will be 20 per cent more than i last year. Rathwell will seed about the same acreage. Ardenvllle will have an increase of 15 per cent. Mc- Brlde and Ailenfleld will in- crease their amount by 10 per cent. Waterton and Standoff has the larg- est amount of aewly broken land, and will figure up to about 25 per cent in- crease'. Hazelmere will keep up to (the average and day Tun 10 per cist orer previous years. .Pearce and Long Bottom have a large'.amount, of the realvsummfrfallow, -which should pro- duce a good yield irllh an average .Ice Italian peace said yes- terday: "No declsloir has been reached yel, but it is obvious the Italian delegates feel they must follow.. till? will of (he Italian people." s ile recalled tlmt.'afCer.the collapse of and bctoro tho entry of Italian into the. city of Hume, that city had ?ppointttl. a national council composed of three hundred of its most prominent citizens. This council, he said, had called upon the public ...to decide form of eminent was desired, the answer Ing R pledjw in faror of annexation to Italy. ,i Bignor Drazlla said that Hume can- not live except aa an Italiau city, be cause it must-bekmj to a large coun try, It did whVn a Gary, if its financial bo be assured. part of- Hun prosperity is YOUR LIFE INSURANCE Of THE UTMOST IMPORTANCE ESPECIALLY AT THE PHM. ENT TIME TO YOU MIL F AND FAMILY. Do you know the capital value, of .the life Joan, acu 39, earning per annum, to nil depewUnU is over J17.0W, anil Ills laaunble value over JIO.CW? the ever. decreasing value of (bo dollar, Ike mau who, r amply In- sured five years ago, to- day DOUBLE his protection. Tslk over your Insurance needs with your SEE The Aaent of the CANADA UFE H. J. ksKETTH Sherlock Block Phone 1343 tires stopped (he first whlto mu they met. Replying to an mterrogation, thts man; who was a former army offi- cer, said ho was an Englishman. The natives acted as an escort with raised slicks and gave cheers for King George, but refused to allow the former officer to Another while mau wjis. Jcnoilced down and was being stoned when the Englishman gave the alarm. All Injured vaie taVcn. to the hos- pital. T William MethodEsl minister Ett Vancouver, is Eo England Y.M.C.A. work fcr tfcgHriUsli Association, under an arraagfement bjf vhlch ilfe Canadian 'Y.M.G.A. donates a certain number ol secrttarics to the BriUsfAssocIatioQ for year. t _____________ their own battles to become jsonoynt o] rein. Jnipleraant men are I to-tiie coucfuloa that I Interested spectators in ours. very busy; ma- f the'orders for .repairs ban any previous season, lhcm lnto our cerned. H would anl kK of people hV.V who rer> much Interested 'TiiflKf' welfare anri- at the .herprairie championship by defeating successively on .their opponents' 'or neutral floors the teams of, Calgary, Raymond, Medicine Hat, Moose Jaw and "VVioflipbg. On Friday night they took the 'Peg all stars into camp 46-25. During the adding to Ihe elements of i and hs'would'not consider a quality that hads the but bei a sauced. .ciinspicdgu's only by its absence ___ ear when thev annexed ol the amateurs.; 1 inVenJewed he ivould take a liand -in-the nat- ter for 1930. "In face cf tlie expen dtfure In.iheir great there should not be a governing 10dy for'basketball In this prorince so .hat rnay he properly organ- ized play-bff of league ners rightly arranged. Basketball Is a good winter game and cau -be played n the small towns especially in the banana belt irliere ice and hockey are almas! tmknoim. quantitle's. If the A. A. "were not m an advanced slate of decomposition it would con- sider this question before another bas- around. and Company Krcfri this juvenile platoon we chose le likely four and gave them. present tlmt' is not favorable for Ludendorf, JlBckensen and Little Willie. Hlnden- burg was a typical square-headed lit- tle Boche: Ludendorf was more spoke French with a s'tisht ac- cent, anti took a keen interest In game. He caddled for the general and rti to railroad and hotel1 rate'E, the _______________..... ____c present timt1 is not favorable for or- rJp'their hardest games were with ganlzins pro. ball. However, these! Raymond. handicaps should be overcome next i brings Wund the old question j seasmi, and if possible 1 "will endeavor -o call a meeting in Calgary in Aug- ust or September and launch (ho ctr- cuit en a business-like fashion then, and be prepared to start Operations in FIND SPORTING GOODS HIGHER Deafen Intended Reduction Until New War Tax Camt of practically every class of sporting goods are from 10 to 50 per cent higher than In 1318, according to a schedule Just issued by one of the largest The chte? rea- sons advanced are the 10 per cent. war tax od saeriing goods, which re- cently becue effective, and the high coct of maariaJ and labor. Maaatsjctarers declare that it iras their Intention lo reduce prices OB nuatber of articles, but that the war Ux tbH impracticable. Since 1915 prktt lave Increased more than 100 per cent, cm a majority of arti- cles: MY HATI (Uradon A well known judge dined sit a noted hotel, where the roan who takes care cf the hats is celebrated for his memory about the ownership of "How' do you know that is my [he wked. as his silk hat presented to him. T doa't know it, fald the mau.' "Tien why do yon give H to In- the bewildered Jutlgc. "Because you gavn It to me, sir." replied the man. without moving a muscle 'of his face. Tho Edmonton sportsman hasn't seen his1 relatives Cor eighteen years and ho is going to visjt li; Chi- cago ceit week. He will thon relurn to Edmonton and locate permanently. Pass Law Seems to Have Made "Them I April; 3uen-are .now: took- Johannesburg cable, under, :hinery and. get; AV'iL. 3, says: There is evj-' "increasing agitation among the nallteB, wbich resulted in'lHe dis- turbedi conditions afisiDg 'out of.the white' iabpr "trboble. Some native ringleaders have been visiting the dic- ing after the old roachh them, so' 'of recbWlttiction begins on the finnv' Lambert Homer Captain Lambert' returned 'Friday log.'r He was one'of'the. first men io enlist Ifl'the 13th, and 'went j latter are VbllgtJ'to carry. The au- overseas with his men, and been, thorilles! are up Ihe m Ihe active war all the time. Ht trict- stores: collecting Vegistratlon i Is one who came through wlthout-any wounds and is fortunate In returning j looking and feeling hale and hearty. Men Home Captain Russell arrived in Macleod on Saturday morning. The captain iscussed war and golf with him to the Blue Cross hospital he had to go away to fetch, the.family corps, and Isas been constant touch ration of meat! again neit day with and the rest of the platoon trailing at an unrespectful distance, after the ringleaders. A number of responsible native chiefs at present In Johannesburg condemned. fhe anti.pass law move- rcent and hitherto bad Iniluenced the mine natives against supporting it. crowd, of natives held a demon- stration outside the magistrate's court, where some" of the ringleaders were A Links on the Rhine. (From a correspondent of Inc London It was after the horrors of Pass- chendaele, near St. Omer where we- that we marked out our first links in France, and the peasant But he was there with Use horses, of which he Is a truo j being tried, .and owing (o_a concert- ith the other three, lover.' He was also in active work j etl movement toward the prisoners' with the men of Macleod, and like all yard when the court adjourned, no- _.. the others, is delighted after all the-lice reinforcements were brought up. match. "What 4s the name .of the I IOBR strode to be home in Macleod The police made a bayonet, charge, ar- garcc you play, and how do you among his hia first question. It puulied --Corpl. -Tommy Driakwater is t him greatly how we played one Emiling boy -who was met by hfs sis- Disturbances bave occurred in the the olher, and, at the -itec, tra lors, and Ehcy say he smllles better neighborhood of Johannesburg's na against in a four-ball match. now tiat the war Is over than ivben I five locality. It that the na rtenburg iraa more concerned wltfa the he went away. Tommy tells us be fmplementa of warfare, mod, utter the had a hard Job to gel on, because he nomenclature bad been he was so young, but the .university kept on repeating to crowd toBfc him, he is glad he er, Brassle., MeetHron, t On the second day we were amused fo fiml Hindenburg and Co. calling each other by the names we had flren went Sergt LawRon was met at the depot Friday evening by a crowd who gave him a real welcome home. These men them. In the matter of nomenclature {all did what they could to (Mend our Hindenburg was apparently the envied, Ludcndorf a good second, i Mackensen and LiUle out of the the d itfi a u ar> ol and (jrjve that most Impressed ou j ressmg h'.s ho had missed as ,t ims M t for the second time! 1 exclamations of vond'or'oii tb jera thcwe.rtre country and flag, and they won, and are now glad to be home in Macleod. Pte. McKaig is another 13lb man who hag done bis bit arid gUd to bo In Macleod. Pte. H. Bnlck returned IhJa -week, wearing his decorations" with pride, A Hurned Departurt occssiona v.-hsn the from the j having ecrv-ed in the army medical ee with almost, the and direction of a well-alnjed i and bau are aboul the only sporting goods articles which have been incrfraserl in pr'ce this year. Onif Chicago authority said prices on these would have been re- duced had-the war tax not hoen levied. Instead of 'reducing the price rcTs-compromised by main- taining last year's figures. The biggest increases are In baseball calchers' masks, gloves and milts. {iolf clubs av- erage GO conU bigbcr and golf balls will cost 10 cents more. Dealers de- clare that no reduction in prices may be expected until the war tax Is either cat or removed. But our tenure of this links wag all too short, for, in tlie middle of a round upon which the ultimate destination dj a considerable number of francs depended1, a panting orderly arrived with a message that meant ihe hur- ried departure of Q., at a stage of the game when lie was up, to make arrangements for the trek cf the- Divi- sion to Iho region of Amiens, upon the Germans were lurching in wo at seemed an Irrcalstlbie hiimnn wave. Unlike a famous English navi- gator, at another crUical sUifee In tin: history of the nation, he did not stay to finish Ills in tlie old fin days, armies and armadas moved more It vftj not .till the last great battle- drive wish we smashed through ANDY THE RADIATOR MAN FirTH ST. FQRSALE A Numbtr of Secwd- We will- gWe Y Rood repaired tube'- %ltlr each ot IheM casings bought between now pad April 10th. TIRE. SERVICE CO. The RELIABLE RADIATOR REPAIR SHOP Reliable George prop, Rwr "O" fllior, Sth St. S. AT YOUR SERVICE! SINCE DECEMBER 1st, ISiS, WE HAVE OVERHAULED I (JO CARS To the' satisfaction of OUT euntprners. WHY did we receive swch IECAU8C our charges moderate. All work gyafanlwd or a6 ONLY THE VERY BKST OF AUTOMOTIVE MECHANICS WlH 4 PALACE GARAGE nuc tenth Fllndfnburg Line and stormed the wal'td fortress of Qucanoy that wo took up the game agiln, in Ihft fields of (he redeemed territory, out ano'her links with real greens. F-.U the unexneetod happened, we put askia oar clubs and started MI the long march from Ueauvols to Cologne. 'f ho Rhine flows past tho oirl castles of the vinc-cla.d, fjrachenfels, Ihe Ker- en rrjoun.talns billowing above Ks c'jic discovery thatil la almost, though not quite, st difficult to Impress apon Teutonic mind the etiquette of the irio as it Is to cet it Into the htads vl our own people1. Onco a testy play- er tried lo Impress them -with Ine nc- cc.ss'iy (or in a torrent of flu- ent, if not altogether correct Oerroan "Doniior: Blitz! eucli Bering schwein halt's waa what he said. It the lie wag eapatole of and it pounded sufficiently forcible, but it rocded only In raising a storm of M daughter. It wis 'effective when rcpcaterl a second'tlmc with the alrongor cipletlTcs of his own lan- guage. Tiioru is Fomu mystery about tlia nmaily has a re- ctralnlnK In.'lucnto upojj mankind the world -over. Tim mnntlo of "drtatheart" has full- en lo the V.H.C.A. for the now the official guide to the Holy CRy. The soldiers visit the Jtoly plac- es of Jcnissif in each In charge of one officer ami ;ed by a Ilcd Triangle guide. The "Y" .arc provided free of The dtv.rttary starteil n aOTTCnlr utrop for of liir Bliops of Jorusalem wersI st'ial out of I'le. Joo Horse, one of the Hlood Indians, who went out to I defend Hie flag and was -wmmrted in I some of the "big scraps aa ha calls it, is also home. "I am glad I went, but more than glad to get bo Buys. Pic. liawden also came 'in ivith a bunch'dtirinK the week, and while he has bettt in the forestry brigade most o( the lime, "we had oiir work anil did he tells hH friends. "Franco was badly lorn hut trie' linns arc norac torn np noV and they deserve all ihsy Donald Smith, wnn returned from Halifax lo brother'ti fun- eral, will remain for a short lime, and then return to the m.ino'-war, off Halifax harbor. Iliisincss in'Macleod Is nor good; every one 13 busy the farmers wish goods In preparation the seeding season. itry April it the Ital- lug would leave the confer- ence If denied galmtore lira- former minister without port- folio In the Italian tabtael and one.of Thai's say when ytu see yoar neit retread, If It's done the-j WAY Your life will be built up wltli (he best of new materbl and will by caring.In our new Rib mold i design and (bat please tao mtnt eiactlng; Vulcanizinf im-Kl Mill! Willard MOTORISTS The driving season' near. Have us call sad e j'our are eqnfrped with pairs to meet lie of ail butteries. IXm't tEc your car up your Ijatlerjv.ls dead. We will rent you one at i iimil! cost wblfc your ova Is bttaf re- charged. Wo Imve K full supply of new batteries on Jtand. Oet our prices before purcliaBlns 311 7tfc St Swrtk Phrac616.V Our Used Car Department 4 Cylinder Ckemlet, 1917, 5-P UMOftr. fi CyMer dubnen, 1917, S-PastcBicr. 6 CjfmAtr McUngklk, 1918; t, 1917. M Tnck. BAALIM MOTOR Co. Of ONION MNK wt will ;