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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 9, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDOR DAILY HERALD TtTODAY. APRIL 9, 1M� "BRINGING UP FATHER' By G. McManus BASEBALL BOXING RACING SPORT HOCKEY GOLF BOWLING Kirkham Wins First Golf Round SAMMIES TO SEE � ^- -- Course Being Put In Good Shape J. �. Kirfcham. first. 4 point*.. A. Mara and W. Crawford, tia. aec-*mA 3 p�lnta. H. A. McKillep, third, 2 point*. Inapector Chanty, fourth, 1 point. T Above J� the reiult of thr play in , lOi. W. McUregor K. Waadlngton ' 109. ! Captain Hum� himself '-9 not a ran- | I testant but he furnpd in the very cre-Ultable �con> of i^D. a V.l and a 47. 1 ftiUy malnfalnini: his position as j seratcb man of the club. The play will continue the first i week-end ut each month up till Sep- Fti lAITOOWNllCE BEFORE REFEREE ^CoNTIKC�P rwoM F�OWT PaW were too low, and he rlaitned that the rompensatlon in case of fatal accident should he by tbo annuity plan. Dairy Bill Hon. Duncan Marshall moving the second readlnR of the dairymen's act explained that Hie reqiiirenient in regard to licenses was to prevent what was known as the "OverreadinK" of tests, a plan adopted by some dairy meu to iUeKitimately tak� away bus) nesR from a (competitor. It would also assure that the milk was tested by competent m^n. With respect to Wm Resurrect Them From (old Mitchell Led in Every Round ^.Te^rd h^''^so?t^f�^^^^^^^^^^^^ Stora�:e-Sont* Great Bouts For the Screen Hhe first month's week-end series ' ,n,ber. the hl�h man at the end of the Which is to decide the winner of the' series wlnnln* the trophy | SolJifr" In nrmy raritointient^ aif ,C�pt�ln Hume trophy. The play took i The member* who played round on ! dut^ to s,,,. a lot of fii;hfinK that liu-place OTer the week-end, 3� players Sunday are creafly pleased with thelgetinral public will uo( ullmp'^,' m--UkUK part. Foilowlng are the net new greens which the committee is ^coras of tbosa who tuned In tlwli , bariig laM. So. 1 �Taen was coni-if^rit: iPleted and the sand and ol! combina- J. S. KirkhaFm 85. A. Mara 87. W ] tion Is pro�lnf a great success There Crawford S". H. A. McWlop 88,ln�p 1 is atso a movement on tool to have Ohsney 8ft, J. S Calher �1. T. 0�landlthe murse hsrrowed. dragged and r �X, T W. Fox Vii. P. W. Pennitather �S. O. H. Toll �3, N. T. McUod i�3 K. H. Wilson tr.. R. G. Dinning 96. M S. McArthur J. Adams �8. R. R. Da-TidaoB 106. H li. Moore lOO. R. Hincks rolled, and some Kra.t.i seed ,.n, and It this is done, with the comple tton of the new greens Lethbrldge should hare the finest nioe-hole course In the west.  ftASKKTBALL    150,000, claimlBg Ball had charged them with "taring down. Plug Bodle was a pretty sore pas-timer 'Whan he heard that Connie Mack bad dlaposed of all his stars. But The basketball season is very near tj,,^ ^, befor* Ping had been trans-a close for this year, and never has ' farred from th� Athletic* to tha Yankees. \ the game thrived in Southern Alberta �r all Alberta for that matter more ,tliW thl.* year. For a wind-up the � lethbrldge teams oldest and keenest cording 111 a r>>>nt by ^ directors of army athletics Tho an- I nDiincp!i:ent doe.s not mean thai thiTf ! is going to be a lot of fighting at ran- ( lonments. h'.it rather ihut film vopro-i (iuctlon.s of rinK batllc.s are to bp t-x- ' hibited for th�^ bt-neil; of the sjldters .\ plan recj'ntly suggestt-d to show flltiis of fights to the soltiicrs lias im�t wi;h a ready n-cepilon and the first picture wa.-; suoi' when Krpd Knilun and KranK Moran met at .Vcv Ori'^aiis two w�elis ago. 'rhi. i� � Babe Ruth, the big Red Box t wirier, raa/a h* Is going to win 30 ball games ]tU� yaar. Vnllke most pitchers, B^be .has two chances to win a pastime. If \h� (alia of victory with hU shoots he ttU ha* a chance to slsm one with tka kat and put the game on ice. OvMr Phil Bail of the St I^ouls Brmrns will have a chance to fight ,tlM slandor charges of Players Uevan . Pratt her* on April 22. Both ath-now with other clubs, sued for PtttabL'rg Oaxatte-Tlmes. OatCMdar Harry Helhnan of the Detroit Tlgora has b��n put in cUss lA by hta local draft board at San Fran-, cisoo and he won't appeal. Inntead. he | saya ha la satisfied with the ruling and the army athletic officials order them, j Directors of the cantonment athletic | work believe these films will prove a valuable aid to the boxing instructors at work in the army camps. They may be used to illuHtrate the various punches and are expected to resuh In higher clas3 boxing among the sol-dlera. And. besides, it Is not unlikely that men of Cncle Sam's army will derive Art., hi. i���n for ierTice, aitnougn ne TevHn, Raman, Hughes and Henry, Monroe, McGraw and Hannah. n. H. E. Pittsburg NationaKs...... .'. � 0 Philadelphia ............. :'. S * Batteries-^ Jacobs. Steele. Sanders and Schmidt, (ieary, .Myers and Mc-Avoy. FRED TONEV INDICTED. .Nashville, Tenn -- The federal grand jury returned an Indlctraant hero today against Kred Toney, a pitcher of the Cincinnati .National league baseball with appendicitis and last seasen his i 4 i work was rather sluiapy Burns ? claimed that Jeouihgs benched him so  often he lost confidence In hImHelf not immediately accepted, but it was ^ thought during the winter that he ^ would enter somu branch of the serv-  ice. lie did not do lo, however, and ^ as he is fur down on tho draft list, lll^ is probable that Burns will play first i  I base tor the AtiUeUtie, i   ALLSTARS WON, Cleveland, .\pril 8.-Hy defeating Toroniip six to three Saturday nlKhi ai the Klysonm, the Canadian All Star hockey team won the series both by games and guala, taking two of the three (omests and aooring twelve goals to ten,. It was by farthe best contesf'Bf the series. oil" performance being larried out in the province some central creamery trying to beat the little fellow out The art would require that the �anin prim must be paid at all points, of course taking into consideration the freight rates, and other expenses. If would also permit a dairyman to raise his prices to meet competition. Patriotic Tax The patriotic tax art whiih stands i for second reading exempts from taxation from Dec. .'tlst, 1917 in any municipality the home property of a member of his majesty's forces on active service. Home property is defin ed to consist of not more than four lots in an urban and not more than 320 acres In a rural raunb Ipallty The exemption It is provided shall apply for one year after discharge or one year after the end of the war. and be taken advantage of by widow or any ascendants or descendants dependent upon him for support. Improvement Districts The act respecting improvement districts provides for the constitution by order In council of such a district in any portion of the province where there is not in operation organized territory either in the form of an urban municipality, municipal district or Improvement district. The rate of assessment under the act shall lie three, and one-eighth cents per acre upon land other than that held under grazing lease. On this land the rate shall be three quarters of one cent per acre. Rural Munlclpalltle* Hon Wilfrid Garlepy explaining the effect of the act to amend the rural muDlelpallties act stands for third reading, said It was an honest endeavor to standardize the form of municipal organliatlon in the province. The effect of the legislation would be that the two acts for rural municipality and local improvement district government would disappear, and in future both would operate under one statute. The proposal had been approved by two annual conventions the minister pointed out. The new unit would be known as municipal district but each organixation would have the same powera a� under the old acts Local Improvement districts would continue to have the same form of taxation. The levy being by the acre, and in rural municipalities the levy would be so much on the dollar. But a municipal district could change Its system of taxation after taking a plebiscite. A municipal district would be depriy ed of borrowing powers tor municipal purposes so long as it remained in the form of a local improvameat organise tlon. The powers of the local Improvement districts were broadened In some resports. Mr. Qariepy polnted^out that when a new municipal district was formed the torm would be the rural municipality. If a change were desired to local Improvement district form of government a plebiscite would have to be taken. The act also gave nonresidents the right to vote. In committee of the whole the hour of nomination was fixed for from 'A to 4 o'elock. Olve* Aeeent To Supply His Honor the Lleutenanl-Oovemor attended the legislature Monday afternoon, and gave the royal assent to tho supply bill. Premier Stewart Introduced and llret reading was given to the act for the regulation of the public service which would, ho said, provide for n ventlon of venereal diseases bill which was reported for third reading Monday night at the sitting ot the legislature. The minister stated thai the tests would be conducted In the laboratory of the I'nlveraity of Alberta, and that an expert was being brought from Prance, one who was thoroughly experienced to conduct them. They would be carried out free for both doctors and patients. He added that Alberta was going as far as Orent Britain and Ontario, and he mentioned that only two other provinces In Canada had dealt witii the question. Dr. Stanley declared they would have to pin their faiths upon the three main features ol the bill accessability of diarnosis, free treatment and aboli tlon of quackery He regarded tho measure as a very satisfactory one, and a great step in advani'c .Mrs. McKinney emphaslred the importance of knowing the number of case? In the province, and Dr. State said that the day w-ould come when they would have to deal a-ith the disease the same as other contagious dis-eu. the resolution submitted to the home. He said be would not object U) lielnK prt'sent at the bonfire suggested by the leader of the opposition but did not think It would take place for sonio lime yet. H. L. Richardson of Spring field. Man., moved to strike "hereditary ' out of the resolution by making it apply to all titles. The proposal was approved by other members including Levi Thompson of Qu'Appeli' Sir Sam Hughes, while favoring ;he resolution was Inclined to think that the aristocrats of Kngland had done more for the cause of the people than the people themselves. Sir Kobert llorden In closing the de-liRte di'cH' attention to the fact thai an amendment had been moved to tne resolution wliii-h if carried constitutes a request for the abolishing of all titles in ('anada. He thought careful consideration should be given lo the wording of the resolution and pointed out thai a large number of titles and decorations which had been granted to Canadian soldiers for service overseas might bo cancelled by carelessly worded resolutions. He therefore suggested that the debate be adjourned pending preparation of gone thoroughly Into the subject, and i " "�'^,.r,??'"V�"', ^. a .v. , said that it was absolutely opposed lo i ^ir Wilfrid Laurlcr asked that th- i notification ; Dr Stanley said that medical opinion was divided on the value of lecis-iratiou or notification LIVEAUTOCLUB President Green of Local Club Assists-75 Attended the Meeting Taber, Apr. 6.-As per arrangements Mr. V. K. Green of 1/ethbrldgo, visited Taber to effect an organization of an automobile clu'n. The meeting was presided over by .Mr. D Lloyd, calling upon Mr. Green, who gave a very concise and Interesting outline of the purposes of an organliatlon of thia kind, and the benefits derived t||erefrom. told of the good done by Lethbrldge and other clubs and that the atdllatlon with the provincial league would be of a two-fold benefit, placing of road signs, thereby assisting all over the best roads, etc. Mr Oreen Is very enthusiastic and the crowd, numbering some 75, very much appreciated hh' assistance. The following officers were elect ed: D. Lloyd, president; H. V. An-nable. let vice-president; Uobt. Ibey, secretary-treasurer: directors. John Anderson, Thos. Martin. Tlios Hen-lierson; coDimlttee chairmen, membership, .Mr. H. F. Annablo; good roads. Mr. H. A. Heard; oiit.vrtaln-went, Mr. Peter Hammer Mr. J. H Prowse, Mr. 11. Ibey, Mr. BlUlngmeier were elected as a committee to draft bylaws for the club's guidance. premier arrange for another day on i which the debate could be contlnueil and this Sir Robert promised to no Levi Thompson of Qu'Appelle, approved Mm amendment. Hon. 11. Lcmleux referred to the coii-forrlnR of the rank of baronet upon Sir .Max Aiken who he said had libelled I the province of Quebec. Sir Sam llughos wanted to know from Mr. Lemieux how I>ord Beaverbrook had libelled Quebec Mr. Lcmleux referred Sir Sam to the epitome of the war writlen by Lord Beaverbrook and published In both French and Rnglish. Sir Sam Hughes warmly defended Lord Beaverbrook. Labor Real Autocracy While declaring bimselt In favor of the order In council and the resolu tion. Sir Sam empbaslted the democratic stand taken on numerous occasions by the British artstocrary. Th(! real autocracy of Croat Britain, he said, was the labor unions. Flavelle The Cause Some member o( the house mentioned the name of Fiavello and Sir Sam came back with the ramark that "Flavelle was the cauN SC sU the turmoil ' Hume Cronyn, London, supported the resolution but wished to dissociate with any retlectloii made on English institutions. Hon. W. S. Fielding, while expressing heariy support of the raaolutlon could not occur in all that had been said with regard to the title*. Sir Kobert Borden subse()uently move I the adjournment of the debate. VETERAN DOCTOR DEAD St. John. N.B., April 8.-Dr. Boyle Travefs died Sundsy. 04 years old. He was one of 8*. John's most prominent physicians and tho oldest in his profession in New Brunswick. He had been 6!> years In active practice. Collars FOR 8PRJWO J i elrli service commission, and a classl ficatlon of the service. Venereal Disease* Free diagnosis, treatment at the government's expense, lompulsory ux arolnation of,people getting within the power of the law, providing meana for yetllDC antiance Into suspected places tor the purpose of making esamtna-tioae, and puttins an end to quackary, and adyertlslBi; were, said Hon, O. P,   llaUtk. the feature* ot the vre Do Not Waste Energy On All Old Tire Pump We Handle All Types from $2.50 to$15.00 BAALIM MOTOR CO. HOMC OF fHB CHEVROLBT ACK OC UNION BANK HARRV HOkMAN. MfA 47 C?+:/A ;