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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 13, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta T V" v vv PAGE SIX EETHBRIDfjE DAILT i'UKSUAY. APRIL "13, I'.KiC BRINGING UP FATHER Tvcn: By G. McMartus i WUZ I NE'VER t-EFT THE I COOK ALCt-t OVJN s now in sight. Vets Make Offer The Veterans'-delegates wanled Ihe rinl; maintained and through Reber between four and five hundred dollars. While Iho finance report was being discussed there appeared to be some misunderstanding! about grants and loans to the baseball league. Thos. thht if jt is p'royjcd the Veterans owe one collars to the league'or to Ihe will be paid within two weeks. The misunderstanding-was as lo whether one hundred dollars h or granted to Ibe'.Velerans. Judge Jackson explained lhat a grant of one hundred dollars was made to the city baseball league and a loan, which, it is apparent, finally reached the Vets, was made to the league. Bateball Co-operates A splendid spirit ol co-operation was shown by tho baseball delegates pres- ent in proposing au effort lo help wipe oul the debts of the association. The Bunkers and C.C.'s slaled that their learns were willing to give the UA. A.A. fifty rer cent, of the gale coipts from league games this sum- mer. Foolbail delegates explained lo Ky.. April dtccher, world's heavyweigbl wrest iing champion, successfully defended b'ls title here last night by throwing Ivan Pailoubuey, Esthonian champion. In two slraighl falls. He won .the first'tall in 50 minuUs with a body scissors and a bar-arm hold, and.'the second in If minutes with body scis- sors and -JCln a preliminary match, Ed. "Slraug- Lewis scored two straight falls over Tommy Draak. of Holland.. Now that the L. A. A. A. It SOtnj to live for another year It Is up to the public to give It all the backing impossibly can. There talk of a canvass of citizens, at" the'-annual meeting last night Trie proposition did net-meet with- the approval of sorhe'; of trie members of the 'aisoclsllori but yet there is a defjclt: that hss sot to be raised. t In regard" the deficit there was a motion'passed to have the funds of the association, as they are received' this year, put to the debts. It was madi'-eyldtnt last night' be .needed by- the this summer. .That should mean the'leagues will be able to j fir.aiitlally, 16'tM'L. r .v ?'n> The tennis city will noYheed much money spent on them this leawti, branch of sport sot 'considerable atten-' from the L. 'A. A. A- last year. Johnson Announces CINCINNATI, 0., April i Chicago National League baseball team arrived In Cincinnati last night to b" ci-tiEiers the nati Reds in tho opening of ing Na- tional- league season Wednesday. Alexander probably will do the pitch- ing in the opener, with Bill Klllifer be- hind- the bat. Heuther and Wingo probably will bo the battery for the champion's. "SPIT BALL" PITCHERS .0., 10 American League pitcheri rite eligible lo use the 'the -1020 season. President B.'B.' Johnson an- nounced here last night previous to York.- j Cleveland liad'noniinalc'a ICoveleE- e-jBnd Caldwell; Chicago, Fnber and Cicotle; Detroit, t-conard and Avers; St. Shocker and Gallia; New York. Quinu; and Boston, Russell. "Neither 'Philadelphia.nor '.Washing- 'ton made auy which irieanB that netlher, ol tbejo clubs has a pitcher eligible under the new rules adopted at the 'Pebruiry league meet- Jiig i.n..Chicago, v- y Knowing Cloth. Bring along- youv wife, mother or sweetheart if you are a bit doubtful about buying your clothing..They al-' ways know, veal will at once .appreciate 20th Century Clothes. Lots of "pep" to.the styles; From up to BERT KESTER'S MEN'SSHOP r THE HOME OF 20th CENTIJRY CLOTHING '.ALEXANDRA HOTEL BLOCK PHONE 615 ON THE CORNER C. HAGEN IS GOING.TO ENGLAND FOR GOLF CHAMPIONSHIPS ;NEW, YOHKi April Tla- gen, national open champion golfer .of the United States, 'Will sail orr the tar- mania on -May 15'to 'compete the' English open golf championships at Deal. Some time ago it was announc- ed that Harnes. Hutchinson, DraJy and Lwo othera would sail with Ilagen. All have abandoned the trip with the ex- ception oT Hagp.n and Just when Carries will sail is nol. definitely McGOWAN, SPEED SKATER, DECIDES TO TURN'.PROFESSIONAL ..ST. PAUL, MinnvAprJl Everett JIcGowan'of St. Paul, amateur speed slcating c'hampion of Canada and the United States, has decided to turn professional, it -hecame known hero today. He will continue his studies at SI. Thomas College' horbj until next December, -when he will leave to skate iOCIALiSTS ARE QUEER THINGS IN GERMANY bound for'worlv..- BERLIN, April educa-[ The fronrear'of knock-! tlonal experiments are being made in' c.l oft tliq, OR Ih.c the new Germany. In the free, state Ninth Avenue line, near Trinuy PRINCE ALBERT, Sask., April 12. D. Tall, a prominent resident of Melfort, Js dead at Victoria, B. C., where ho-had gone at the beginning of the year. He had been in.poor health for some years. April on an remarkable escapes .front, .today' -when -they were.catapulted, tp._lhe> s.treel, tance midst.of debris! of the car" iiifwhicli .tuey_ had beeji bound for'work. of Gptha, where" Independent Social- ists have a majority in .the govern- ment and in the and educa-, tional establishment have been found- ed, whoso.object -Is.to' vindicate-the Mariian theories and to substitute the ethics o! Socialism as a moral prill'- clpal hi lhe: education of -Ih'e people for tho "spirit of subjection and lor belief In God." A great" outcry is being iiade by Parlies.on ibe' Hlghi, which claim that a lo tion r that last year they were unable offered to Itira over .whatever money i give gale receipts lo the nssocla jd received from the Veterans' share because tiiey had n hard job financing of the Winnipeg gales. There wns j the scaaon. The baseball turned In some doubt expressed as to whether'twenty per cent, ot Ihclr, gate' re- not tha authorities will Bend Ihis ccipls. which amounted to'eomething like (41. The baseball seasp.ri'was money along but if it every comes the VcLs promised that it should, co toward clearing off the debt of the rink, whith'is practically tho debt ot short. Sccretarv iilacLesn, of tbe baseball league that the tho L.A.A.'A. .This sum Should oilha.nd'from last year and offer' the Malone Skating Club of Jialone, N.Y., which Is said to have made him an offer, Neil winter efforts irlll be made to match McGomin with Oscar JIathie-son ?or a purso of section of the population should b'o respected, and point out that the educational authorities in Gotha were formerly clemenlary school teachers with no qualification for the post they-hnye assumed, but tbe Communists pay little heed. j CANADA GETS IN CLASS "B" SASKATOON. Sask.. April Frank. Miley, prcsidcnl ot the Western Canada. Baseball League, loday announced lhal v ho ha4 received official notifl- raliou from the secrelary, J. H. l''arrell, granting the league v class "fl" rating for the coin- Ing season. OUTPOINTED PFXiniA, 111., April Johnny Griffiths, of Akron, Ohio, outpointed Jack Coyne, of Orange, N.J., in a 10-round bout here last GOING HOME CAIRO, April Georges Clemen-ceau, former French premier, has abandlned his Intention of visiting Is-mallia, oh the Sue; canal, on th'o advice ot his physician. When M. Cle-menceau leaves Cairo It will be to go to Alexandria to embark for France. B. Patterson of Clappteon'6 Corners, near Hamilton, shot a brown vulture on his MEDICOS HAIL THE KING AS "JOLLY GOOD church, by a collision with..another wreckage was' wedged'. irTbetwcen the elevated., structure side of .a brick building a dozen.feet away.. "Tiie'liiiboplpln.llie demolished car sifted IhrcsuglV the 'debris to the slrcet and aioirt'a dozen, of them were re- moved" i.6 Ihe.only woman in Iho car The molorman'was "missing'after too ac- cident and search of Iho'debris failed to reveal Vrace of him. .JJearby shop- keepers said they saw n man In uni- Ithout a jtcratch'and'described how ho had beeni reading the one moment elevated tralii and Iho ibxt found himself on" Ihe pavem'enl. Bearing that the wrflckago had strewn live wires ho ran away, said. he TheMostPopular I Recreation Fred's Got Guessing Our slore was crowded yes- terday. There's a reason, so get the habit of buying your clothing and furnishings from the busy store, with the guar- YOU'VE GOT TO BE SATIS- FIED OR YOUR MONEY BACK. Our stock was never larg- er nor better than at present. If you are not a customer then drop in and gefacquainted. Fred Thaell 815 FIFTH MOOSE JAW LABORITES WANT .MEN RELEASED MOOSE JAW, (April resolu lion requesting tha release of the con viclcd Winnipeg strike leaders on ,tho ground-that their. waa an Iftfrlngemont of Xho" rights, was'p'discd'nfa mass meeting of-labor men heftf' laU night after an address by. Alderman