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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 10, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta THK DAILY HEHAU; THUBSDAY, APRIL UP FATHER" By G. McManus NOVe> NE CHANCE TO OOT WHILE IN THE PARLOR- J PARDON YOU CANE! If? I L ED CURTAINS' WHEN I MC OH 1 The Sport Page With MEV turned in before Bine o'clocS last night and pledges wMch. will .bring the total up to S3000, the IJ. A. A. A. drive for funds on Wednesday, while not rcacfoing the objective set ;by the financial commit- tee under the chairmanship of Arthur O. Baalim, is considered a distinct success and wiU pat organized sport in Letflbridge in a sound financial po- sition' this summer and. it is for many years to come. The im- wrancemcnt of tLe total was made at a little .banquet given the canvassers anil'ihe executive of tae association 'in Grill last night at ien o'clock, and the figures announced by .Mr. Baalim were'received with cheers :xThe canvassers set their mark kig'a. placing it at ?5500 as It was "figured that this amount would pui the association in a. position to do in the. way of promoting Bpart ID every branch. But with pro- mlEes frooLthe city council to put the grounds la shspe, the executive feels that will bs sntficient. "The be held as a sacred declared President Judee. Jack- son at the banquet, whica -ns pre- sided over by Chairman Baalim. "And- it will be very carefully used by the esfecutlve, o( that you may be he added. Short addresses were also made ty "inon McSIHlen. who U greatly In- terested In sport. He hoped that the ivouldyet a good example In A good game of baseball. 5 was staged Tuesday afternoon between Grades IX., A and ii of the High school, the- latter te'anr winning by a close margin of 11 to 9. At the end LAWN BOWLERS MEET ON FRIDAY EVENING A meeting of the members of the Lawn Bowling club anil others Interested will be held in the Board of Trade rooms on Friday evening at S o'clock to ior tee, season. ot the 1st the B's were ahead by two 1 tit. tho A's came back strong and scirea o runs In the second. They then- Mild tho lead until the fourth cracked1 and the U's I sii runs. Tills made the score 11-9, "iV. B's favor, and ceded that A Number of Deaths Four New Places Open Sales (From Our Own Correspondent) CHAMPION. April every.Vay to the junior .boyp of tbe Short. talks -were by and Len -football baseball, .wlule Chairman DiYMson and. Av B. ___ of, tlie" CTJbllc school board'also told I what ;they were trying to do 11 o pro; mot? of play in the schools, Ichh 3'aselena.t also told of'the deep- nte'rest- utf, the movement taken hi- fi [subscriber'to the fund. tiWntiTe of' the L- 'A. A'. tonight when it will be in a ler for way when both teams were blanked In anij have been In the grip of Seeding is Also in ernment Agent There To Supply Seed Grain YOUR LIFE INSURANCE IS Of THE UTMOST IMPORTANCE (Kropi Our Own ORION, April work is started in-this district and south of Effort Made to Raise To the hut the'flu and other epidemics for the the town the feeders have been used. Grade IX. team played Central 'llst ,ro weeks, but at the time of A few farmers are also breaking new school .Wednesday at -1 o'clock. Tha conditions are somewhat ground. line-itp'for Grade IX., selected after tw- 'The new cases'are very few tor I Vrlday and Saturday stormy Tuesday's was as follows: the ja6t few days, and most of the old days. Saturday brought us u welcome G, McLean, p.; H. Kemiu. c.; B. cases Improving rapidly.' Among fall of snow, Hasell, ID.; J. Johnson, 2b.; L. Scott, those who are now convalescing are: the government seed aeentc who 3b.; D. Seltwr, ss.; I-. Hill. If.; U. Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Roberts, Mr. and have'been at have heen Whittaker, cf.; A. Ahrens, rt.; spares _ C. -Morris aid A. Hamilton. FLEMING SPRAINS ANKLE -MONTREAL, April 9. Frankie Fleming Canadian featherweight. Champion has fonni a champion, was thrown out of training Mw. Bradfield, John Miller, Mrs. F. j kept busy' these last.days. Many farm Fleming, Mrs. tipban, Mrs. J. Orr, Mr. ers.from this.part hava.been to se- Kline and family, Mr. P. Paterson and euro the needy sjed and teed BO that family, Mr. G: Schraeder and lamlly. a large can be seeded Uiis Mrs. O. Stoddart and children, and spring last night when he. suffered, a badly. sprained' ankle at the entertainment Irish Patsy Cline, when he slipped and fell. The. accident is an unfor- lunate one, as Fleming was matched ESPECIALLY AT TMI ENT TIME TO YOURSELF AND FAMILY.' Do you kiii-y Ikat the capital value nt the life at man, ace 35. earning f per annum, to his dependents Is over J17.MO, and his iusurablo valua over Wilh the ever decreasing value of the dollar, the mau who, perhaps, was amply in- sured five' years ago, should to. day DOUBLE Ills protection. jTalfc over your insurance needs with your wife THEN SEE The Agent of CANADA LIFE H. J. H. SKEITH Sherlock Block Phone 1343 also of the 3'Jth Battery, had a slight attack ot the Flu in England and was not able to make the trip at the .me lime, but we litui hack In a few days. _____ On Friday evening. Auril 4Ui, in permanent place on the 'flu map. connection with the Ladles' aid of Eariy on Monday morning Mrs. {Orion, tho Home Talent presented- -west of town, passed away to the public' (in the hall at Orlnn) j given by the Knights of Columfeus, after a severe attack of the play or sketch entitled "The Min-j wlsile givine a boxing exhibition with (he of medical attention and care liter's. Bride." Thpse whg took part; availing nothing. Mrs. JlcOmber was In the performance were Mrs. Scl-t in attendance during the last stages of son and. Paiill, Misses Cronkhlto.'j illness, and did valuable sen'Ice, Peck, Rogers, Johnson and'------------- EASTERN HATS CT CAPS anvuciaiKju lor uie parcnase.oi pur- Mayc-r Lewis, Prof. V, to meet-Benny Valgar at au early date, but in spile of even-thing she passed Woods, .Messrs. Bea'ttie, 1'lynn, jr.. away- as stated. The deceased leaves GikhriBt, Oliver Paull, jr.; and Senior a. husband, and two young children, Scholey. and the Rev. H. V.oods. the youngest being a baby of about I In addition to the play there was nve 'monihs The sympathy ot tlie i a quartette by the mal? choir. Reclta- community is extended to' them in Jlr. Schooley and songs by other members of- .the party. Jackaoit annOTaced a Te trait i cop -to the aseiciatl on t o be competed 'of sport to tj 'tke'eieeutln'.. UK camiaigi- has been' a and the greitesl tea i! The rdiamoud Vwill 'oe put in first class -Chas.1 .einert tractor man, offered for one day, and the offered their dson.tractor for fixing up the dia- the Gophers Seven Persons, April most successful sale ever held in the dis- was' rather sudden ot tho last. The deceased leaves a wife and son. with whom he had lived at Long Coulee. DuriigVthe last weeks Champ-' Ion.has experienced extensive hualness changes. No less than four businesses FOR SALE A Number of Sccond- Hawl Tires Jfewjj- re-treaded and repaired will give a' each these casings bought between' TIOTT and April y -TIRE SERVICE CO. tha t once more lake its OFflMJElo Threat From Winaipeg if Plan --Being Considered Are Cairled Ont If Alberta sport carry out plan havt in mind of al- Ion-Ing professionals to play with ama- teurs -without amateura losing their so long M they take no mon- ey 10 at tie proftMloMis are clearly designated aa such, 4ian organisation may cut this prov tnce off the Hat; according to the Win .aipeg.Free Prcis, which saye: "Alberta trill be cut off from the rest of Canadian. Amateur Athletic Union branches if plans reported ltrict TCas conducted two miles north. A committee .was. appointed to of town. The quarter senior. baieballs.'oals and mitts. 'They hope stocli fetching top to raise about {1000 for this purpose. u' fenwlBc out there in carried tiroiiii OB Good Friday. There is no sign of any leniencv in. the, goteniing j body toward profeisiomila in any linfl of sport ander Its iurisdlctlon, not er- j en for thoee wio have served In the and show a desire to se'cara their amateur cards once more. The in Alberta, all -winter LVt caused a let of comment In other Bob Xicholson'3 half section sold ie-.v days ago for J4SOO, LMr. Bruin from Minnesota being the buyer. 3Ir. Nicholson sold his machinery and' stock-yesterday. 3lr. BrnEn attended j land and outfit just before arriving here for cash. T. J. M. Dinsmore, twd miles -west of town, who is going to out sweet clover on sonie -good strong summer- lallow, invested something over I1W) bought out Mr. Latdlaw, Wllllamj and Little bought out McGregor and Co, and Messrs. Hoss and Foldcn bought out the Cundal Pool Hall. I .The-farmer elemenl, not to be out- done b'y tbe 'town class, have pare: Mr. Ouy Slamdish, who bought a half section from Mr. DeMerit; Mr. SANTA BAHBARA, Cal, April parta of tie country, notably in American polo team defeated tho In seen tor it. lie is planting it !or tcfta, one reason being the ease -with i team here today In tho first the sake of the roots left in the Harry Scott, who was refused contest ot'tbe season by ground to provide more humus to got into the scorc of 8% to Accordingly, a! soil, woo as struck Calgary. Eet 0[ trophies donated byl We have liM the 'flu pretly badly TBe only chance had to play with JIrs H c Coi 0( Toronto remains in around here, but It is now on amateari fiere was In the Military i Sanja jrora k. Mr_ her> who aiEO both Dan. Taylor and Sirs. Bar- Dan. Taylor, who brought the., house owned and lived In by F. Coop-' er, and Roy Graves who has rented tne the. Clover property near town were Col. '.Li Major .J. G. o I George Clever has purchased the A A. Baker an.l W. Johnston j nouse In town, and is now aro back after being away .all winter., __. ,iUiiU.u< A, C..and find their horses In good shape! M Taylor-I shoving into the cup Alberta s. and Herbert; consHertag Jhey have been running j iOU5J (hat ho nas A. A. Baker and John W. Polciardj Mimken and family came back league, which was 3. "closed" league.] Th viiiling players Dick. Irrin playen then also, but could o, Vancouver not go -with the Yprcs into the Allan Fortham -o( Victoria, COAST LEAGUE lot more ridkal than that which c.KoiTorono. Manitoba and the chances are Uw Alberta, people will be out- lawed. It is a pity, especially when Brithsli ColumbU is getting recon- ciled and ererrthlng seemed to point to i strong, aolid Canada for amateur rpoft." ACCESSORIES OPEN FOR BUSINESS MONDAY NEXT, APRIL 14TH THE LEE AUTO SUPPLY Co. At San Seattle San Francisco to town after a very short slay in the here they had Intended tj They are going to FOURTH AVtWUt AT YOUR SERVICE! DECEMBER tat, 1l1t, Wt HAVE OVERHAULED 100 CARS To tbe satisfaction of oar ctMfomert. WHY How 1M reciHvp inch patronage? (ECAUlE our charges motKVtt. An work guaranteed or no money. ONLY THI VIRT HIT OF AUTOMOTIVE MECHANICS WIH Working on Car A Enjlnwn PALACE GARAGE Avenue South set. up a gratn grinder, and Mr. Baker Is grinding the neighbors have their oats ground for feed. Everyootiy is smiling tince the 48 occupy their oil home in the Siib-plv- 1 hours of real storm. Some seeding was done here a week Dr. Orilraan is visiting in tlie com-' CWr, y limittt The RELIABLE RADIATOR REPAIR SHOP Reliable Farquhmraonf Prsp. 0" Tho Tailsr, Mh S. Pi Los A; Oldham and Baker; Boles. At Salt Lake 112 Innings) Vernon '_' 1 Salt Lake City........... Z 10 1 Kromme, Reiger and Devormer; and Sponccr. 'At Oakland................. 1 Sacramento............. 0 Holllnger and Mltze; Gardner Fisher. now end arc trying to set the farm- ers out early alter tne gophers. They laid In a big stock of poison for the members. S 0 5 '1 and HOSPITAL FOR SLIM CINCINNATI, April 9. Pitcher "Slim" Bailee, of the Cincinnati cluh, was yesterday ordered to a hospital (From Our Own Onefour, April 'Mrs. lhla' part of the country. Tho Parenl'Teacher Association held their regular meeting on Tues- day last, when them was n good at- tendance and a good programme. The meeting will be on Tuesday, the 1st of April al S p.m. Mrs. F. Johnson Is Vmsy" getting ready Ho Join her husband at Corona- tion, whjere he has been for the last few months. Under the auspices of the Athletic AsuoclMlon, a was form- ed 6n Tuesday ermlng with'lhe fol- lowing omceni: PreiHent, Mr. 0. Campbell; Mr. Olircr; jceretary-lreasnreJ-, Mr. Mannlfold. H OH! BOY! Thaffl wbat yon will say when yn your be'xt retread, If It's done, the "ORI KOBE" WAY Your (Iro will be built up with the best of freih material and will recede .by curing In our new Rib mold a design and finish that .mast please Uw most exact Int. Vulcanizing lim Off tlllJon Mint Willard MOIORISTS The driving season irawing near. Have us call and eiaalM your battery. Wtf-are equipped with all re- pairs to meet tho requirement) o! all batteries. Don't tie your car up because your, battery is dead. We Hill rent you one At small cost white your own U being re- charged. have a full supply of new Imlterles on liand. Get our prices bcforo purchasing chcwhere, 311 7th St. Smth by physicians, -where he will undergo 'inure Carlson and arriven lo use a otrt of the the "hot air cylln'H-r treatment" for homo Thursday from a winter's, visit j jn (or ....._ commence once, and It hoped U tlio spine. He was compelled to leave tho Reds', camp several days ago be- cause o( tfce trouble with his tvack, week, and arc setting Into sprtoi work which interfered with his pitching on DID farm. Mr. anrl Jatncs B.' Welherejl and the girls also returned home last wee" by end with the N'cw York Giants last season. SOFT FOB BENNY PROViUKNRE, 51.1., April senate yeslerday by a vota of to 11 passed the blil legalizing the play- Ing of professional baseball on Sun- day, measure provoked strong opposition ironi the religious Hocletles .the state, The Onetour farmers' unton, whlcfc lias )Kin an Independent for 66Teral yearj, met Salorday reorganized a: a local no km ot United Farmers of offi- cers elected for 1919 are; tay prcaident, Thure tke- prcsldcnt, T. Duncan treasurer, N. Currnpt. and CroRB dUttlor.s. LETT. PBESIDtNT IN COPEMIAOKN, April A .dls- from eUtcri April t, rmdied here today "The fntUett of the took oati before the Uryln, or The menbm of Ike tnen took to rwp May Interest You! Time Sales Trie Oontipeiiial Securities Corporation of Mont- real have appointed us their agents for this territory. Through them we can arrange: lo responsible parlies wken purchuhig cars and (nicks. Let you Ihelr liiclhoil 'of handling lime sales. BAALIM MOTOR Co, IACK Of IINlnN LMVI MAM iddrui at our office and we will xntf orn of ouf ;