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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 8, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX mHBKUXiK MERAUJ TUESDAY, APRIL ,8, 1919 1'BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McManus The -TRAINING CAMP GAMES Lethbridge Boxer in Fine Con- Meet Carson Here April IS? TO MEET ZBVMKO Famout Witched in Finlah Bout In Chicago, April 28. ClItCACO, April ZbJ'U- io. claimant o! the world's VreaUIng cbampionsbip, -was toulght to meet "Strangler" Lewis of Lex- L Ington, Ky, (inlsli umtch in Chi- J caso April. 28. j They will wrVstle out ol three {alls. Lewis lost a one-fall match to Zbytito iu-Newr'-York, early last month. rWMGHANCETO CHANCE PLACE OF Gels Off His Course tion Issue Sport of Flying Fans up_Cilsary way will have their Tint chance to see Al Ross in real action on Friday night when he stacks ap againsl Frank Firmer of Tacoma. Speaking to a friend in Lelhbridge over th'e puone Sunday Al declared :he would win th.e bailie, lie Is in great shape and will step-inta'the r-nj weighing 165 pounds. Farmer must weigh lijS or lose.his'fbriett. Al is anitoua to box this month and if something doera't falh down somewhere will to. up against KW Carson ol Edmonton who has stood the local favorite off twice in fifteen round matches in tbe capi- tal ciiy.', Carson Is willing to come for Good Frrday-mid so ,ls 7VBul then, Ltthbridee lacs. haVe.had 90 many "season won't hefceve a match Is possible vnti] they see both the contestants in the'city. A Calgary exchange talkies of next Friday f.veaing's bout says: This bis fistic attraction will at the Temple Friday, evening, April 11, cider the auspices of the Calgary boxing commission. Tbe con- test is assured as the commission has been granted a special perm! pending the passing of legislation le- 10 two-minute rounds by tte city council. AVIth.. two championships at stake, 'the fans should see a wonderful strug- gle for supremacy.1 Farmer won his tttle from -Micky King over a year ago, and although he ias been up a_ classy boys he has managed to the crown. Al Rots lays claim to the Canadian title, a ad not only ia to retain it, but would also fancy fcertng styled champion of the north which would assure him many and a whole lot of money arouoc Portland, Tacoma, Seattle and other western cities, where the boilng game la at its height. An Old Grievance Farmer has R four-round verdict to his credit over Ross, the -boot being held at Tacoma. Ron, claims tha outweighed him 1? pounds, hu'. tkis-ls denied by'the westerner, who lavsieTnever more lhan'175 potmds In his Hfe. Farmer has lo make 16S pound! (or neit Thura day's bout and will bare no'difficult; 'as he is now but 1TO, and is in'such good condition that he has only n quired light training, SAX FRANCISCO. April San Francisco Coast k-iRue leam de- Ifaatej the CUcigo Nationals bere to- ]e4y in a. spirited 11-inning contest 4 to 3. Hal Diniock. former University of California-student, showed well against fast company. Score: 11. H. E. Chicago................... 3 0 1 San Francisco -1 1 3 NEW VOKK. April Thomas J end1 ru and Killefer; Lipton. attired in a nautical looking. Thomas. Seatbn, Diinock.aod Brooks. McKee. [suit of-blue and.a boy sized green At Jacksonville, Fla. lhat that might vtl! hars been woven New York Americans..... o 1 3 from seaweed, bade merry welcome Brooklyn Nationals........: -3 9 1 today to reporters who' wanted to Batteries Mojridse, Thormahlen. know .everything about ocean, races. BIG YACHT RACE YOUR LIFE INSURANCE _ v- OF THE UTMOST IMPORTANCE ESPECIALLY AT THt PRES- ENT TIME TO YOCmULF AND FAMILY. OTTAWA, April the or- rctulti, the clause being adopted at- 'caniaaUoo of i Dominion bureau sla Do you know that tha1 value ol the lite ol a mm, K, earning ll.OOfl par aanum, to hi! dependents li over and'htB lusurablt Talua With the eter decreulu value of the dollar, the man who, perhaps, was amply In- aurad tke years no, should to- day DOUBLE his protection. Talk your laaurahce with jour THBN 8KB The' of tha CANADA UFE H. J. U.SKEITH Sherlock Block 1MJ School districts 2415. 904, 876 and 131 propose to unite to ereetlps: a consolidated school at Grind Cgu- lee, Sask, _ and Ruei; "Mamaus, Marquard. Cadore and Kfueger. .At Macon, Ga. Detroit Americana ___... IS IS Boston i 11 surface and air. And he ansiver- tM every question. Yes, sir. The fam- ous, yachtsman and tea merchant has 2 ;juH 'arrived from Kntland. bringing 3 sea breezes with him, as indicated by Ehmke a'nd Ain-j Ws I smith; Nebf, Demarep and this transatlantic air! At.'New Orleani plight. Sir asked a eyeiaad- 5 anchor and getting under', ew Orleans Southern 1 5 j and Nunsmaker; "It will be accomplished, of April Deberry. was the rt-ply. "I ani slnjply amazed.Tin At Tampa, Fla. York Giaits........... 475 Bcctw Sol ........-.-10 11 Batteries Daioes, Jones and mfib; CildweH, Bumant aid_ Dal- its, Schaag." havcnowc land said that the Ukrainians would, and 'towns" be inserted. great sport. It figntfpr it-to the'last. He maiotalned'lliat In fu- said, that because of lure industrial utJlitlee Instead of be- ahbuld NationalB Blrmlnataai Soaftern (As.) a 4 flight." eoaied a young re- of the plebiscite. !ben .of oommlUee.--were-inclined Mayeur, Evaas Porter, who looked as though he beared He added that Bessarabia bad tte UJK. the'railway board Scamidti Slapnlck'a, Sigmarj, i losing -his job if he did not get what delegates to Rumania and that he waa upon to alvo nro- bearcat at the city editor's desk hopeful that a'pr---i-' le Athletics defeated is almost beyond belief that the Amer- however it he Baltimore team of the Internatlon- .lean people should-----" al league 6 to I: dry. Of they may POSTPONE NORTHWESTERN "OPENING VA.VCOUVER, B.C., -April Ing games in Iho Inter national baseball loajue hate been postponed for one week, It nounced today by A. P. Oarrey, A change in Victoria's manage1 and desire to avoid contllct -n-ith Pac! lie Coast, league'dates iras the rcaso: As rearranged. Tacoma wi! open in Vaqconrer and Seattle I Victoria on Friday, April 25, Fran Raymond, forrat-r manage ol the Seattle Northurestern leaju club. Trill play second base for Van couver. A branch of the Royal Colonial I LooAon, England, iias bllsheii at Victoria lion. Mr, Jiurphy said that Hon. A. clause' stood M that tho matter could K. had staled In the houso i inqafred Unfit WM proposed that all statistics j w. li. BeW tsi V.r. Hcllctier i-eprc- should-be coalrolleU in future by imVlwiy eiuioyees. asked for department of commerce, the re-Insertion !n lh.V bill or the clause He the. clause of the.siruci; Oui by the senate extending bill the matter should [the of.the.clause bringing itand two -ministers i railways' uBder'thb control of the Do- have an. to conler. Tho j minion. They-urged that this was. Im- minister igreed to the proposal. portant