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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 14, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBHiuGE DAIUV HKRAUJ BRINGING UP FATHER By G. McManus DID XOO HEAR. CfvRRVIN' AN i V be able; to dfal wHhpap Kapn but euch WHERE IS NURSE GREY? PRINCE ALBERT, April are being inado in the city for Jliss Nel- lie a nurse from Van- couver, who Is said to have arrived in Prince Albert in' April ot last year- awl has uot been Ing .to Information, from per-: sons of whom inquiries nave SCHOOL LANDS TO BE SET ASIDE FOR VETERANS OTTAWA. April soldier settlement hoard o( Canada has com- pleted arrangements with' the three prairie provinces which consider- able areas or school lands In the west hate become available for settlement of returned noldiefs. uu S7" .-'r r 7- i me liapp regime, out eucn increase; v _. letes, from tho to.! waB and dangerous. The pre- j been mide, MUs Grey left Van-' the long distance the weight i mjer informed the allies! coiiver on "April 7, 1319, ac- throwers and the lumpers." At decision must ie taken i peg ho will.look over. Jop Kepper, the j and hcr measures enforced without de-! distance runner who. nill likely .tie a il__ 11J. strong event. Classics and Rivcreicles Figure in Different Classes For Fighters PACIFIC COA8T LEAGUE Seattle 4; Salt Lake 6. Portland Sacramento 2. Los Angeles 6; Vernon 5 (11 ion- San Francisco 9; Oakland 7. candidate jf I ivc. mile ths Hamilton Jnly 1. course on Hay 24 or MICKEY KING IS NOW TRAINING IN SASKATOON RASICATOOX, Saai., April Mickey King, Australian mirtdlevi'elght champion, commenced training here yesterday for his 16-round bout with Eddlo 'Flngard neit Tuesday night. Olym boxing trials for Ontario were conclud- ed last night. Tho winners follow Special clnss, 100 pounds, McCon- key, classics. Plyiveight, 110 pounds, Norman Smith, classics. featherweight, 125 pounds. F. New- ton. Riversides. Bantamweight, 116 pounds, Pooie classics, Lightweight, 138- pounds, C. NCT- ton, Riversides. Welterweight, H5 pounds, Pornbull, Middleweight, 168 pounds, "Farmer" Platt. classics. bight-heavyweight, 174 pounds, Hlrts. classics. Heavyweight, McDoulton, classics. Special. 125 pounds, C. Graham Riversides. At Brandon, Man., "Koox .will a few days with young Towns, who won the five-mile Canadian title at Ottawa. Ho has plenty of etamina, trati his style needs 'correction. Jack aacr, Honejman and jeveraf ill be looked at br Knoi when he reaches Calgary. Blades and HaliburUm are the Ed- monton athletesTvho will bo interview- ed. Blades will he groomed for Ihe quarter, while Hallhurton is an all- round mkn. lAt Vancouver is one o( the brightest prosptcts In tho short distances. He. is Lee 'Cowan, the col- ored youth, who made such a good showing at Ottawa. Cameron, ths who won the all-round championship at 'OUawa, is another whom Knox will Tbe Canadian coach ;thlnks that he will be able to round out ii strong relay team and is counting on Dlade, Haliburton. "Hec" Phillips of Toronto and Jack Trcsldder of -Toronto. Waller Knox Trill be here on or about April In tho meantime local alhletes should train hard BO aa to make a good showing before the coach. Continuing his discourse, Premier j MIHerand reviewed the events lead-; ing up to the occupation move, and elated that It had'its Inception in the effo'rt oa the part of Germany to se- cure relaiation ot certain claus-39 in the treaty of Versailles. 'On the 19th of March I telegraph- ed our ambassador that I protected solemnly against the entry of German troops into Ruhr Basin and de- manded immediate withdrawal. The Yiowpolnt of the French government was that certain guarantees ne- cessary that treaty would not be violated. "if tha French etrrernment con- sented to an infraction of the treaty, t would itself have broken the only an in- valid, who was bound for Prince'Albert.' That was tho last seen of her by her parents. Since that time nothing has been heard Iy, these-economies being oHected largely by bearing coat of upkeep by skilled mechanics In common. remaining to it. What guar- antee would we have had that the rov'ernment o! Germany would with- iraw the troops when their ostensible mission ended, and if the troops re- mained, what means could be employ ed to force them to NELSON TO FORM LACROSSE TEAM Fred's Got Them All Guessing Our store 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- FED OR YOUR BACK. Our slock was never larg- er nor better than at present, If you are not a customer then drop in and get acquainted. Fred Thaell 815 FIFTH STREET PHONE 1160 NBL30N, April and Trail ore not going to bo permitted o have a monopoly of Canada's na- ional game Uila year, if the Nelson OVER NINE MILLIONS FROM INCOME TAX, 1917 OTTAWA. April total sum collected on incomo tai payers for 1917 was according to a rblurn tabled in the house this at ternoon by Sir Henry Draylon. The total number of persons paying Do- acnso boosters can help It. 'axea for Ocorgo' Ferguson staled yesterday i was 6710, and the amount paid under hat he was (setting in touch with I this head was others of the old-tiraO backers of: Tha number of corporations whicl the Nelson Lacrosse club, anil that j pair four cent of their net profit probably a public meeting would 1m! In excoss of JH.OOfl was 624 and the WILDE WINS WINDSOR, ONT., April Wilde defeated- the Zulu Kid in ten rounds horo tonight, it wns tho Bri- tisher's fight all tho way. The Ameri- can took the-conn{ of eight in the second round from a clean left to the point of and it looked to be all over. However, he rallied, lasting out the round; and came back strong in the third. FLYINQ CLUBS MAY GRANT DEMANDS OF HUNGER STRIKERS of the week, I iiniount from this source .was to start the 1085.05. called about the first of all Interested, so ball rolling. If senior and junior teams be organized and probably support-jpaH during 1BI7 the sum ot ed. a Kootcr.ay league could be ar-1043.17. ranscd, and some good inlcr-cil sport staged. A number of very enthusiastic-, and so far as ma-j for the 1917 period, terlal goes, getting a strong club should ba an easy matter. ST. LAWRENCE CANAL ENGINEERS OTTAWA, April U.--ilon. ,1. Rciil, minister of railways and canals, has announced that W. A. liowdim, chlcl engineer of that department, bcun selected by the government act Canaitiaa consulting engineer] 4 In rcfcrtncc to the Internatlonnl joint commlsjlon on the rtueallon of the fur- Ihci1 Improvement of tha St. Lawrence river between Montreal and Lake On- tario. The United Stales government has appointed Ueiit.-Col, "Woolen, a mem- her of Its permanent government ser- vice, to (He corresponding position on tho Ainorlcan aHt lv (J. H. Collins, In New York Outlook.) But tomorrow, with Ihe formation of cluhs on golf tines, flying may eas- ily coat not much more 4hnn golf. Such a club was formed at Jllneola, Long Island, in 1916, and proved not only practical ond economical, bill sent two dozen members into our war aviation service, besides civil aeronautical ex- perts. (Joionel tlaynal C. Boiling, sen- ior aviation officer in France, who was killed in service last March, was the most distinguished member ot ;ho j club. Two other members who Iheir lives in service abroad wore Captain Blair Thaw, killed in an acei- denl in Trance, and Captain J. A. Mil- ler, killed in ection uvcr the German lines. This club was formed while flying on the western front wua still in the first stages ot development. Sir.' lecn members came together original- ly, nil nf thoai civilians, and four planes were purchased, an instructor The amount of two mechanics hired, and i two hangars built. Tho Invcstrdent jj