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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 30, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX DA1IA WEDNESDAY. APIUL ISMft BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McManus J09T A MINOTf OH'. NACGIE! PRINCE CHIN-soev- er CHINA j SXKAS.SBOVRG. iji Tho caucus taken Ueru uu- i i tier the direction of Hie French au- thorities lias been completed :nid i shows that per cent, of liio popu-! laliou is AUatiun; tlial 10 per cent.] were born of Gtrnuin-Alyation par- ents, and that _S per cent, are Ger- mans. The remaining 3 cent, ol tht> inliabilanis to dUCtreul na- .ucorn: ft. lENi PLAYERS A. A. A. Takes the Sport Un der Its Provide Caretaker ii- i u-_ Lxpcct Larger Digger RegattliS Than in I'eniiocl lers. Har nuuionl. anil )e. anj Athletics Won 1 jiiller and Sci.tiiidt; ij j Phillies Stooped Dodgers WIIUADELPHI'A. Apri. U'iHiam Xewton Fairbanks aged ycara. S 11 0 Fistier and "cre lo LelbbriJge Aciuattc Assuciation are looking fonvart to a- season ot 000 w jioasure ami rccrea'Jon out at Ilemler- Sh son will or any "tl tiling ye; accoroiilistied li.v tilts .er.er- Ktt'-1' k winning Tho is now in the year of its existence; and every year so far has shewn sonic improvement and growth, liolh in tttt- strength of its membership rolu anil in the additional facilities provided for members, tne Sox Tj s DETK01T. -.'S.-BuiK-hlog liits every advanlage of errors. defeated Ltelroil tmlay. a to snore: R. H. 13. chit-ago II 1 6 "J cicotte and association now owns a very fine boat' aijcl Ainsmith-. Uouse, and grounJs well planted with I Morion Administers Whitewash shade trees; and proTldss facilities lor J streak ytslerdar by taklns advanfagc ot Caelore's TV ildncss anil bnnching H. H. K. rjM1 101 i Pbiladclpllfa ..403 OQJ OOs-8 11 o j Cadon: ami Kieugcr; Jaculjs and Allams' I St. t-ouit Wins Shutout j CHICAGO. April Jtay pitched airtight oall loday end defeated Ohi-1 cagoT t to 0. Score: 'H. 11. K. Kliroke. Kallio j St. Louis 1 S I Ichicago 040 ST. LOUTS. April held How many tenuU players are there anti similar jiinimer recrea- COAST LEAGUE U. H. F, Angeles Vance, Pcarcey and Murray; Brown R. H. i S 1 S L'respi. Dirnock Salt ,San Francisco Schorr and Brier; jirtd OahlamT...... Hrause. Arlcit and Cooper ;md Hakcr. It. IJ. K. Vernon 3 'J Doll and Cook; the city and how manj more are who like to Blav. That is the would like (o hdOTT this if possible for the tennis samo to be taken under the kinds ol aquatic sports, aud Louis to five hies today aud Clcvc- land defeated St. to 0. Score: H. H. K. 2 6 i St. Louis 0 0 i -Morton and O'Xeiit; 5oirteroii, l.ou- idprmilk ami Sevevoid. ay and Schneider; Vauglia, tln and Klilifer. Xew York-Bostun game cold weather v The war. of tlie as- sedation; and took a considerable number of its metobers; and prevents! many from joining in aquatic divers- iripg of the central associalWp hut noltnfhstandiTis ihc draw- an effort Is being n'adc to line the association has been able, enough courts m ihat everyone to ,uanagemcnt and care- wishes to the gaiae mar-.do to keep on the path of a very reasonable cost. At Monday to avoitl indebtcuness. evenLng's meeting of (he L. A. A. A, executive a committee coicposcd ol D. E. Harris, H. and W. J. Nelson was named to look atter ten- nis organization, Mr. Jlarri? chosen the special representative of the tennis players on [he executive Dr. Buck, phyiiriaii- of Palermo, Halioa Counly, and a life long Liberal. i9 dead aged S7, He was the father of Mrs. Ulon.) Colla Campbell, Wnnlpeg. .of the association witli i'ower to go ahead and organize. Nelson of the gro'-mds com- mittee has bpDP- busy since lining" up courts and yesterday secured seven from the clubs tvliiclt flourished K. IL K. fiere. a couple of years ago. These 471 tire aJl on the south sids but it is hon- od lo secure (further courts in North LcHibrMge and also In the .Duff Ad- dition. Unnis player? ami those who wbuM like to play the game are ask- 6 0 ed to get together and organize clubs. Schulli.anrJ Hit-j As-many clubs as the players tare to I organize may n'--- formed. r'nen on Tuesday evening next Mit-re general jnccting with from each club itameil TicM i v.-hcn a tennis leazue will be formed i to control the sjiort for Ihc season. H i? Intended to place the member- sliip 'Jces at 52 (or ladies and for men, half of the feei to go to Mie A.A. A- to provide equipment lor ttio grounds and also a caretaker.. H if hoped to 2.1 COO j-o that, there will be enough money to carry the game on properly, and draw up schedules bfitween the different clubs in the league BO that a full sea- ill enter upon the season praciic- ally free from debt, and win be able to dcTotc this present year', income i for the comfort, coiivcinencc and rocrc- _n on cvwingi ution of the 2-thi was a uefidcd success. The annual general incciing wilt be i voyng ppyijl, were present from held nt thRboathauae on Momljiy, jntSi aoti rrD_rt a 5lh of May at p.m.. an-J the will procecrl lo elect executive offic- I Turin in Uih- ers for year, and to decide on ttwi OI1 Saturday. S. Rogers, Mr. anil programme for [he towing season. -Mrg j Dunn, Mr. and Mrs, Mel- It is honed thai the material Mr ancl g; Turnago, Miss abel for regatta cvciits will be larger Sinclair and H. Ueinfu having than.in tlio rust, the neEor-istion !lugtorcij in, always looked. Ibe younger tm-m- _____---------------__ .last year, uiidcrthe Monill Jjton transferred from the Hotne Bank fn of Uiat crtiioe T. C. IlUlpath, the 'man who put tlio "t-an" in caooe to the office (ji Ir.ds made greaf in institution, the handling of the national cmix sorts of ways; .and tl.is work v.j NEW AGENCY Overland arid WiBys- Knight Cars feave opened show rooin.i and service station in the OTT BLOCK, Sin Slrcel, 'iiiid hayw all models of these cars on the floor. Tlic OriQrinml anrl Kniglit have tiielr present high repuUtlon cars that nrc easy to start, easy lo run, and economical to ma'.ntain. This, reputation Is on years of constant effort -to merit the of the puljHc. Today they are more tlt'serving .lhan ever of thtit prestige vfhtch haa grown from the enlliusiasiii ot thousands ol owners. P. M. McKINNON DISTRIBUTOR MOTORIST WITH TIRE TROUBLE CALL AND SEE US LETHBRIDGE VULCANIZING WORKS 'We are tyt de-tors for vck- tires. have the most up-to- date equipment in.' Southern Aiberta for Rim Cuts. Broken Beads our specialty. Re-treading Is. done by ex- ptrtS) plain or non-skid. All Work guaranteed. Out of town orders paid one w.iy. Phone 1664 3rd Avenue South BASIL E. CHAPLIN. Mar. 'ED. CHAPLIN, Prop. CRAY-DQRT MOTORCARS RUMELY TRACfORS ACETYLENE WELDING The Allen Jack Co., Ltd. 2nd Ave.f opp. Ltthbri.dge Hotel Phone MOTORISTS] IJon't let your, .Tirp's .iypur pleasure, -Tvealb'eiy 7 ally nicy stfly right. TIRE SERVICE CO. Phone 19SO-4C5 2nd Avenue S. EVEREADY SERVICE STATION ALL MAKES OF BATTERIES CHARGED AND REPAIRED All Guaranteed A Written (Juarantco for a Year and a Half -with New Bai- lerics. J. D. THOMPSON Phono 1966 718 3rd Aye. S. BOULTONJS AUTO LIVERY Our Are Reasonable Our Service the Ilesl TRY US Office Phone ............1205 Residence Phone .........10tB Ire continued energetically during the 1 present summer. It is iiopcil provirlfi tiriz'.'fi for work rmi! tli-t crcilltablu arinatic tJisplays .will be j periudi-iilly durinc July ami i August, It is also probable that ihc J association will acquire Rpveral can- i OOP, which will be I'.ireil out niom- j ticjrs at a reasojiauio Ice; ami it in I hoiieil that it will he founrt feasible Iti engagfl a carelakci1, to luuk after the j club prcmUca and boals. The, lake promises to be In better shape Tor boating ami swimming lhan it has lietii iu tor some ycara past; .about llth of May the wftler will be turned in. AHf] by llm mfilfllc of the son's Scheduled play may arranged. thoro should bo plenty of u-al WHY NOT Slave jour nfcat Hf-riainrig :lnne by (he Veteran Tire and Repair Company Kor proTnpt and efficient ser- vice, aisc! at ihs Feir.s iirrre help Ihe boy a to Into a occunailou, Note the Address 4% 6th STREtT SOUTH Thy conslder- in? securing a for all ground.1? under the association and )t wit! bo b5s rlnty to the basobnll, foolbsll, lacroaae. tennis arid hashct- liill grouoda in shape. One niau can be Kept busy Oils way it 13 believ- ed. K now up (o Ihe tennis plajers to A gaMicring of tuoro than three Hun- rtreti Hydro-Radial raunictpaHiy repre- sentatives at Oaelph atSoptefl a resolu- tion afiVfng the Wominion Govtrnoient to turn over lo the Hydro Commission the branch lines ot iha G. T. R. and K. in Ontario. cr in the lahe to make boating thor- oughly enjoyable. Anyr.jie luterfistr-rl in i? conlinlly Invjte'J to th" whether n nr not; mid any erfjujrie.-: from intcrestttl isons v.-jll he gla-3iy answered by the Mr, Tlobort ilarrowrnsin, IT. C. iUdpr.th, 73ft; or hon. I 11. Andrew HmHh, phono We Are Closing Out The Balance of Our OVERLAND CARS A Few Mode! 50 Left at a Cornlderjble Reduction D. S. WILLIAMSON CO. NINTH STREET AND FOURTH AVENUE SOUTH, UETMBBIDOE ANDY THE RADIATOR MAN 4I3 FIFTH ST. 3. The RELIABLE RADIATOR REPAIR SHOP Is Reliable George Rear "D" Farquh.irson, Prop, The St. S, AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Laugh, and the_'worlcJ laughs with you. Grouch, and you do it alone. Use Kelly-Springfield Tires and quit grouching. THE LEE AUTO SUPPLY Co. CENTRAL GARAGE REPAIR ANY MAKE OF CAR FORDS A SPECIALTY GENUINE FORD PARTS LIVE STORAGE SPACE DAV AND NIGHT REAR ALEXANDRA HOTEL PHONE 1023 FOUFTH AVENUE S, IS. II. .lohnson am) Hrock; TxjJjinilJoa :uid i N'o Xoflluvestviu OH! BOY! you will say ttV.-.n i'Mi eefl your ncxt'rctrcoJ, (C It's (Jose the. "CIRI KURE" WAY Your tire will bo liutlt up with (lie bcti o[ 'rcsh hew material and ivill receive by eurifrg In our Kiij mold B and that must vkaio mosl exacllns. Ritchie's Vulcanizing 20813th S. Onp. Ellison Mills SERVICE STATION Plain Language You'll find that cormiwn; words, simple explanations y and quick action are the rule at the WUIarr! Service Station. It ii part cf Willard policy to make it easy for every user of Willord Battery lo get the moat out cf it. So oilf instrustioin arc plain: hydromotci test, every iwo'iveeks, hydrometer test 1.1 readings" corno to thoWillntdStir- 3i 17th St. South Phone 616. We have some Bargains in Second Hand Cars CALL IN AND 9EE THEM f Ajent lol Miller Tires, 9lV Illn8 mileauc. We our cwn stJjullments. Aulo Shop in Connection. BIJOU MOTORS 428 FIFTH ST. 8. PHONE 1750 A Full Line of NON-GLARE LENZES in Stock SIZES FOR ALL CARS BAALIM MOTOR Co, n '.'A BACK OF UNION ;