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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 17, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PACE SIX THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD' THURSDAY, APRIL UP FATHER" By G. Me Mantis olix'T lo UKE TO STICK AROuno TONIGHT VJHM1.I. AN' 41T IN THE POOL I TE'-L. ME _ ,------------_J WIFP? Y-'EUt.-YOU'RE 40OD A.T I Tr POT ON A CRRUbO RECORD! APARTMENT AN' HE WAW5 NE TO HERE WITH KIN XOU The Sport (CONTINUED PROM KKOXT Friday's Spdrt Calendar 9.30 season with apnual president match at Henderson 10.00 football, Exhibition game, North Lethbridge Un- ited Wesrey Liv- at Adams' Park. f 3JO football, Exhibition ffame, "Fragments From France" vs "The Rest" at Ecksiorm Park. j 9.00 contests at Majestic Theatre. Rou Carson in-ten- round main Smart, referee. ALL SEI FOR 1 No better. hooat cmiU be out- door in LtthbriiJoe than by the attendance of a momter crowd of citl- zena at the opetilng of the foot- ball aeaaon tomorrow atUroaon at 3JO at tke Edotorm park.- n will be a (real arnd-on for the UA.A.A. eftorta behind wtiien the arc (tending firm K the park, all ar- ranged it ri for trie cnould "contain the crowd Ita htatory when tne blowa for the official kick-off at JJO. Incidentally a good attendance wiil boect tfie funds for football purpaaea thia alimmer, and will nuke K much leaa-the varicMic aenlor cTuba of the league would Nave to borrow from the for wiuipment purpjtti. AaVto aarne the fans have only'to glance over, the galaxy of old time itarj appearing in the line-up to know that the toccer opener jpfng to be worth going a long way to At. Here'a the way they are go- ing to line up for the fray: FRAGMENTS Dunlop Tenni'iit, Andenon, J. BanMrman, McCormlck.'J. Wlgley, W. Linning, H. Thoinpapn McKay, J. Ttroisnt, Mclntyre, A. Gutr, Eaaton HurUHi, Whyte, Holberton vFarrlc, Neabltt Paraorn THE IRE8T Vaiwana' Xcrr and Earte. The Weatley and Coffey. Gurr. G. Turnbuil. Don't forget, the kick-off la at j and that'i city time. I [the winners in this Ihe first game of tlhe season. And likely learn they I have.. IB defense and attack the jltae-up looks good. Dunlop. Anderson and Tennant will all be remembered as players worth watching. "Jocle" Anderson played a great game for the Qaliies erer since their formation some ten and Is still there Tie following is the draw for ths with the goods. "In the halt-back line opening game of the golf season (o Koolenay In the neighborhood o( Barjnernian, JicCofmick and Shaw. played Good Friday, president vs. vice-, Crpslon. The ranchers are making one recognizes old Overseas and Cal- president: Smart is Arbiter Third Man in Ricf at Ross-Car- son Lucas To Meet Landers Football Friday Merinos First Game of tit Seaeoa W ADAMS' WESLEY ATHLETICS Yl UNITED CHURCH txra tnt ud support the r- BASEBALL LEAGUE Woold Like Lethbridge to Join Up With South Towns Cirdrion Manager Cucesenian of Ihe Cardston teain, called op Wednesday asking that skips te taken to form a league of, Lep.lrtdie, Raymond, Magi-ath and Cardston and any other nearbT that uranl to (set inlo tlie fray. (aas are meeting Friday to rRiaize and irere very anxious to oV Lelhbridce's plans prior to the eelisij. Just what Lethbridge will do In the i way of dlslrlct league baseball hasn't 'beta decided. The first Usk Is to get tbe juniors. Intermediate and seDlorc all busy In city leagues. "Cappy" Smart, red sweater and all, will grace the ring'on Friday evening when Ross and Carson mingle in their ten round go. The smiling chief of the Calgary fire fighters telephoned last nlglit that he iras coming for the mill and was bringing Tritii him a pro- tege of the department. Kid Lscas, who will put on the slx-rctuid semi- wtad-up against Frankie Landers. Capple has a great admlratlot for Lucas1 ability as a young and COTE-" ing 'boxer, and the bout between these two boys will show at its best. Canon la -Here arrived Wednes- day afternoon from Edmonton ac- companled by Joe Cot Ion, the dus- '200''rfn'if ties. Wiea HOS3 and Carspa mingled In Edmonton on the first occasion during the vdrlter they drew a good house. When they tangled In the second 15-rouud mill.they drew nearly double ai'many faas, tot the.largest, hooje that-.egiir ,5aw'a boiing match in tW capital 1 and- incidentally- esSabllshod the-tasle of the tana tor hoiing to the extent that when a possibility presented itself lo bring Phil Harrison and Prank' Farmer of Chicago and Tacoma respective- ly, together in Alberta, EMmontou graced off the match, mUch sorrow of the Calgary boxIng-vConVmlKion and the ring fans of Calgary. But that's beside the "question. Local fans are going out in large numbers oa Friday night to see Boss and Carson In action. Ross tasn't been seen here since a year ago in February when he, look on K. O. Brerinan of Detroit and hla hundreds of fight friends In the south are going to see him again. With Ross and .Carapn putting on ten rounds, Landers and Lucas six, Kid Sadowski and .Jockey three and likely another three ronod prelim., the fans have 20 rounds or better -of milling ahead. The first gong sounds' at 9 o'clock. lie men, and can expect the trio to give a good account of themselves. The attack has for Us shining light Billy binning, probably the best for- ward I-ethbrldge has ever possessed, but the war has left its mark oa this clever player, and ono may well ques- tion whether he is as good on the field cow as when he delighted his admirers three or four years ago. His brother, Hammy, at icside left, will do much to strengthen the' line, while Robertson at. centre and Thompson and Wigley on the wings will complete what looks to be a very likely team. j the Rest of the League team evi- dently took some but the committee has presented a liue-up which will make the Veterans go all' the way. Parsons in goal is worth his (place and can be-relled upon to play a good gameV. Fan-is" used to play some, great games for the S. p. B., while Nesbitt for the same team was a Thy clever and strong player. The half-back line "needs no comment.' Whyte and Holberton are well known as the-two best'half-backs the city could put ouL and Hutton will com- plete a strong trio. Mclntyre and Easton, goalie .and left back of the old Caiilts learn, are going lo show the fans and players how a forward game should be.played, is safe to say that it they play attack as rood as .they did defence, Dunlop will hare something to watch. Alfcert. Carr Is well known to all the old-timers and has a grtut'hvbit of tfcereyand' Xennao t. cKay Vj SupL PennefatheT H. A. McKillop. 0r. W. P. Craig vs. D. Hume. Crawford ft. H. Skeitn. T. Macleod vs. A. H. Heid. A. Mara TS. S. J. Shepherd. 'Dr. Fox TS. H. Menzle. J. S. Kirkham TS. H. J. pinning. M. S. iacArthur TS. T. Oiland.' D. Doff TS. P. U. Toll. JioGregor TS. R. J. Patereon. H. Ijong TS. T. H. JIcC ready. Judgv Jackson TS. H. Crawford, Freeman .'vs. W. J. Nelson. H. .JfcBeth TS. R. R. DaTidson. W, D. L. Hardip vs. W. A. Parker. B. H. Wilson Vs. R. mucks. J. Mack TS. J. Dawson. D. J. McSwain fs.' G. H. Harmon. J. W. Bawdea vs.'-R Waddington. P. O. Hyde TS. R: Livingstone. J. A. Toombs vs. A. B. Hogs. R. V. Gibbons TS. W. D. King: B. Bertrand TS. E. C. GullbaulL H. Hianm. >I. J. DaTies. W. A. H. Coco. vs. A. Fisher. W. V. Poapst TS. R. A.. Smith. A. Barnsley TS. R. W. Kellogf. J. B. Turney TS. N: B. Peat. F. Hewitt TS. J. Muir. C. E. Carberry. TS. D. Thomson. Dr. Bricker TS. J. R. Palmer. P. H. MaEbey va. Vf. F. Bums. H. G. Clarke TS. E. A. Eweit. Inspector Shoefcotham vs. A. Reid. Dr. il. Gibson vs. C. J. Reid. Entry fee 25c, to be paid to commit- farm tractors In the settlements of fruit growers along the Talley of t progress and replacing the hand spray- ers with power spiasers. t Cooperative The Fruit Growera.Union sold their apples last year at an average of J1.65 per hoi for all kinds. That should not be considered a fair price for of Ihe crop went oul unwrapped. The'Dominion Govern- ment Fruit Inspector camps Crestoa during the fruit season. The Co-opera- tiTo Kruit Growers ot Wyndell sell the Wyndell crop. W. G. Litllejohn heads the growers. W. V. Jackson.and J. Compton have about the largest orchards in Creston Valley. Mr. Compion YOUR LIFE INSURANCE of; i THE UTMOST IMPORTANCE ESPECIALLY AT THE PRES- ENT TIME TO YOURSELF ANO FAMILY. Do you knc v that the capital value of the life of a man, 35, earning uer annuls, .te his dependents Is over and his Inturable value over J10.000? With the ever decreasing value of the dollar, the mau who, perhaps, was amply in. sared five years ago. should to- day DOUBLE his protection. Talk over your Insurance needs wlUi your SEH i The Agent of the CANADA LIFE H. J. R SKE1TH Sherlock Block Phone 1343 Koolenay-Valley reclamation The board has 35 members now amV in 1916 had only enough for.a ciuorum.-1 Their ;special, activities have' along the' line of the- scheme for- re-, clamallon of acres of1 flooded lands fa .the British Columbian por- tion ot trie -Kootenay Talloy, the urg- ing of road Improvement, tho ngila- tion for a consolidated school, .the nat- ional highway via the Crows Nest- Pass and Creslon, the eite'nskm of Iho telepipno system east and recently purchased the 40 acre orchard urging of the goTerritaant to ci: with trees just coming into proprlate the old abandoned right of'' way of the Great Northern railway for a trunk road. C. P. Hayes, editor of 'ihe'Crestdii is secretary of tho Boar'] of bearing and' this will make him Ibe appie king of .Creston: Last year from ten acres ho shipped a bumper crop. This year he bas GO acres of apples and pears and with a fair esti- mate of SO trees to the acre and 5 Trade and most optimistic as to, the future prospect .for, the development boxes to the tree he should be able of (he industries of the Creston Valle to market from his own farm a train jdistrlct. load of 30. car-loads ot apples-and other fruit.- The Creston Valley District, in- cludes tbe settled communities of Ericksoo, Canyon City, Creston. and Wyndell. In tbe Canyon section there are several thousand acres of orchard fruit and vegetable lands open to set- tlement. Already there are 1 1 tee at clubhouse before starting. acres cultivated. The Canyon City i Starting time, 9 a.m. and "after. Lumber Co. employ about 150 men in '.-Pwtneni eiixrcted-to make mu- winter arid SO in" MraagemeaU-aiotti atartiaK. tloa'.extends'Cnrm tbe'cuyon-ot'Ooat team'thal will provide'some good Plt'yers'finable to' Uke jwrt in th'es river south to the International boun- ball. game should phone the secretary, jdary. Phone No, S74. A motor'drire enjoyable _ __________________ The game will be played by hole' along the pretty .valley banked at cilh- hopins the wind keeps down, for the no handicaps will be in Dy monntains :and carrying ball park will accommodate the great- Any intending players whose names along the shelf-like sides orchard" af- cst seen there for years. omitted will have a game ter orchard adjacent to the continuous band yrraMed_on_reporting "at the clubhouse 'rtUlement .of nelshbors whose resi- Altogether we have two good teams and a great game is guaranteed. Here's game of the season the first place on I Friday. Give the boys a good boost tfor a start and the'yjwill provide sport worth while'durlng'tha coming Eeaaon be of great astlitutcc to tbe V.'A. A. A. in putting Letfabrtdge on the map as far as sport hKeonceroed. Kick-off Is a I 3.30, and "toe" admis- sion for all adults 25 cents; boya 10 cents. -The part Is being put info flue' shape, and everything points lo a re- cord game. Sir John Eaton has made a gift to Ithe raculty of MedlclnB at Toronto University ot a year for five yeans. A Bore a meterM wtie tpendi all time telling you about the wwidirful mlkaie he getting out of hit KELLY SPRINGFIELD TIRES When want le tell him abwt STHE LEE AUTO SUPPLY Co. 416 r-OURTH AVENUE to. committee. COASTLEAGUfi At Salt Lake: Plowing has commenced on many farms in the Brandon district, though it Is ty no means general. Indications to seeding operations being start- ed neit -week. .'Spring is late, .hut much land was prepared last fall, owing to the lateness of the season, R. H. 1 5 3 9 'Spencer. f At Sin Francisco: R. II. B. San Francisco 3 9 0 Oakland B 1 1 Kantlehner, Smith and McKee, Brooks; Arlett, Kramer and Elliott, H. H. B. 0 4 1 3 4 0 Prongh and dence, overtook the flats" and low- The Creston Board of- Trado is a live bunch headed by president Guy 'jjCoiislable who has worked on the At Sacramento: Seattle..............V Sacramento flails and Colernah; Murray. At Los Angeles: Los Angeles R. H_ 10 and work on the land Is far advanced Vemon................. 4 G this year as usual. Pertica and Houck and Cook. One Who Knows (he Piajers Writes About the Strength of Each Team AT YOUR SERVICE! SINCE DECEMBER 1916, WE HAVE OVERHAULED 100 CARS To lie tatUfactloji of our cuslomere. WHY How did we receke .such patronage? BECAUSE our charges Bidderate. All work guaranteed or no money. ONLV VERY BEST OF AUTOMOTIVE MECHANICS WIB Working on Your Cir Automotive Engineen PALACE GARAGE Parl. Hotel KW Second Avenue South (Contrihuted.) Ths great inlorest that is being nrfii in Friday's grrat soccer hatllo reminds one of the struggles of years (ago, our neauty epol, Gait Oar-. idc-na, was the rendezvous of IhousandRJ tKhcuting awa' the (Jallies; I'lay i un t'no S. 0. Thoae -mra ttio days of the big frames and tho bla! crowds, nnd Oio Kg games and .big] crowds are coming at the tit-bit for the Veterans versus ;fi6 Heal ot Iho That's' enough to guarantee a game] Torili a dollar. Hut the soccer boys p.ro and thousands can see' the game for n mouldy twobits. The "fragracnw" arc really the old hoys under a row th3t have been (akin? iiarl in otKer struggle "over but who are glad 14 be home afrafri and take _ in a safer If more strenuous ocoupft- tlon. Ibis (s their first appear- ance, they Till bo out In all their war paint uj.are confident of BOXING AL ROSS OF LETHBRfDOt, YS "KID" CARSON OF EDMONTON TEN ROUNDS AT THE MAJESTIC THEATRE Friday fvenini April 18th YOITDAN DO BETTER- ORYCOQOS. MENSWEAR. _B.DOTS Jt SHOES NORTH LETHBRIDGE. "GAPPY" SMART, Of CALGARY, WILL REFMlt "KID" LUCAS, OF CALGARY VI FRANKIE LANDERS, LETHBRUXSE, IN SIX ROUND PRELIMINARY. OOOO PHELIMINAKtCC OF Pnces Jl.M, mi ANDY THE RADIATOR MAN 418 FIFTH 8T. FQR SALE A NaBber of Swand- repaired _.We. will_________ repaired lube with each of" these caElngi'-- bcragat' now and April 10th. TIRE SERVICE CO, gnd Avt. oap. Flnt Hall TheRELIAlLE RADIATOR REPAIR; SHOP to Reliable George1 Farquharson, Prop. Rear "D" The Tailor, 5th St. S. OH! BOY! That'it what .you will Bay when yon ICT your next 'etread, I! it's done thai "DRI KURE" WAV Your (Ire will bo built np with the best of frtih bew material and will rccelTe by curirig In our new Rib mold a design and finish that must please th-j most exacting. Ritchie's Vulcanizing me nth at, OOP. MIII. Willed SIRVICF, VrAUON Plain Language You 11 find that oocnmoo words, simple explanations and quick action are the rule at the Willard Service Station. v It It part of WUiard pofierta make it easy for errry of a Willed Battery to grt the out of, H. So ma tutruction are plain pan wmltr, tijdtamtttr tut every two wtfkl. fast ihtn Lit! my two 3iiccsssire come Iraifht to the WillMrd Strr- jo Station. 311 7lh St. South PIUHM 616. This Mail Interest You! Time Sales The Continental Securities Corporation o{ Mont- real have appointed us their agents for this territory, Through them we can arrangfe to finance responsible parllci when purchasing cars and Let us yto tbeir method of handllni time BAALIM MOTOR Co IACK OP UNION your and at our offlet and we will you MIC of Mir 1119 caltndara. ;