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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 1, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta KtUDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1918 ' tm^^ DAILY HERALD > \ PAGE THRfittl "BRINGING UP FATHER' By G. McManUs ESI ELIIS0N;1H GETSBREWERY Uisl night SAW the finals in two of the local conipelttlonB played otf when D. D, McHabb won from Jack Jtold jn the final of tho Ellison Milling trophy, and J. S. Klrkbam took old war-horao Hugh Boyd Into camp In tho final oE the Drewery. Tho personnel of tho winning rinka: Thos. Oxland, Kd. Unvis, Dick Andrews, D. D. Jflc-Xabb, skip; >t. G. Clarke, Harry Pilling:, H. W. Menzio, J. S. Ivlrkham, skip. � The onirics for tho Wright shield aro beginning to come In and include very atroiig rinks which will make for 3pme real curling in this eveiit. Make your ontrieB at once to the Bee-rotary, Wallace Clark. Those memtera who aro not on'rinkSiln this competition also let tho secretary know, as there is it Colts competition being put on at the same time. Carmangay Here Saturday / Carmangay will bo iiown Saturday, and wiH'play two games in tho afternoon against Macleod and Duff and the evening for tho Cadillac 6up against Boyd and Klrkham. The draws for tonight are as follows, all inithe Summit Lime Works trophy:. Kamilton vs Boyd. A. ocott vs ij. W. Clark. Freeman vs Skplth. �> � 4> 4> O � � � * � � > * � ? FAMOUS SKATER DEAD ? ? ? ? ? St. Paul, Minn.', Jan. 27-John lK. McCulloch, 20 years ago: amateur, skating champion of th^ world, died in a hospital here last night. ; McCulloch, a Canadian, was a former, Wiuni-poggor. and was also known us a oycUst, t � . - .-� � 4>:4> 4>  � � � V Jennings Evans 8.21.4^p._;3,12 S[75.816-1644 , 159 IBl' iei'^OO ^05--860 , 185.169:1,88 -18,1 178^901 344 320 352 381 383-1770 The Comps. of the Herald staff took on a picked team*from the balance i>t the establiBhment last night in five pins and gave them a bad trimming. The following is the woeful talo in figures; >. Murray .......... ZH 52 Parks ... ... ...v. 11 iJl Downing ... . ,. 26 36 Mathewson .. ., ., 23 38 Groff 31 ,32 37-125 25- 57 26-88 43-104 34- 97 The-sonl))r8 hail 15 classes, and an average attcndniicc of 21. A team of six hoys wont to tho For-, nie sports and nninaged to take nearly everything they went Into. Arrangements were made to have the High'Sphool girls jtraclice on Sat-ur/lay. raftornoon.s to get in trim Cor ,a game with Hh; Claresholm girls Whlchtwas played on the gym floor soon after. A bowling'leugiio was organized.and resulted in success. All of which is respectfully submitted. . GEOUGE McKlLLOP. i , 127 179 165-471 Hawkins .,, ... ... 34 25 23- 82 Rekofski ......... 20 f 21 30- SI Thompson ...,. ... 41' 501 45-136 Froy ........ 43 31 j 27-101 Evans 51.',52 57-100 � '189 179*182-550 Which Car Shall 1 Buy? ".v;>iThi� Is; a- momentous question, to decide. It'meaVis"ih'e outlay of a\c'6|i8ld9rabre sum, and you want to feef that you arei � Qcttlno value for every dollar spenti With spring Qnlyt^o .months �aWayi'lt ISnPt too eady to begin to "think It :ovep." Feel free* ti ?i'sk us anything you wish!about Mitchell cars. Come In and look them over. And, in the meantime,, -^.v ' . j-.  WATCH THIS SPACE EVERY DAY Bq 6u Mptor Pieurlofis (�IFTri'.aTBEET SOUTH ... LETH�RIDGe/ALTA. lA)llowiag is tho Y.M.C.A. physical dlrector'.s report beginning from tho middle of August to the end o� tho year 'l917, presented at the annual meeting recently: Owing to' thu fact that I started my work as physical director in the month of August, it ,is impossible for me to give a report of what was done before that time. Tho first month was spent In trying to put the boys department and the gymnasium in bolter condition for tho winter season. It was decided that g>-in classes should be hbld for husl ness men, senlorsi intovmcdiatoH, junior and special juniors, all but the spociai juniors to, havo two classes a week, A schodiilc was drawn up and published, foi; these classes. The classes had only got started when the schedule had to ho changed-to make room for the C.S.K.T.- boys and the. ladies classes. This brought the number of classes up to 12 a week. The business" men's class was never started owing to the fact that no one would turn out. It should not be forgotten that a class under Sgt. Md-Klnnley-was started last year but it failed for. the same reason. The senior class may or may not be called a success. The boys would not turn out'for gym work but came out for the basketball eiiU of it. A good many took part-in this game the league was finished e meeting was ,i9ijv 'ivoA 3uimo6 Bill aoj dno iae.via;. ain Pioti o^ 8�^.\v onauai sun JO JeuufAi ^IX  'pojtBid BJOAi 83ui;3 81. JO \rifox v pun pajoiuo swBei auoj 'dnu'M'Bap BtiAv onSuat. i[BvUl he soiiie very good games. The fiverage number, of senior classes was 28, number oil roll 30, ayeragb number turning out: was, 20. The intermediate class; began Sep-! tember the 8tli. The work taken up by this, class has heeh free nioveriieut' exercises, dumbell work, running and marchlD]^, hiaf ybrki Japparatus work) games and swlm>:iing,' The Ihtermedlr ates played two games witli the Nbrth Lothbrldge boys in basketball. The number of classes held was 28, number on roll 30, average per class 13. The junior, cJass started on Septem-beVj the 18th, gym work consisted of running, tree movement' and dumbell exorcises, apparatus, work, games and swimming. A. baakotballvleague was drawn up. and'three teams took part, and a total of six games played. The number of classes hold was 28, number on roll 29, average per alas� 16. The spociai Juniors started Seplem-ber the 22nd. Running, free ^ movement and dumbell exorcises, apparatus woi;k, games and swimming wore:tak-on up. The work taken up was'much easier and the time tvas shorter than the other classes. The number of' classes held was 14, number, on'roll 18, average per clas 12. i ' The Q.S.B T. work ha^l every Thursday evening for gym ivork. At the beginning of the souaun their work consisted of running, jumping,' pulU upai and so forth, but-it waa thought laterv tlmt it would be better to pub In free movement exerciaea. U^herc^ were two classes the juniors aijd-tho intermodiatea each had a, class every alternate \veok. Mr. Nelson, Mr. Geo. W. Robinson very kindly, helped me with this claaa, The number ,ot classes held for the intermediates was six, number on roll 46, average per Cla'a^ 36, Tlie num^ler of .olaasoa f6r: the Juniora waa aixi number ;on roll 40, average pei' olass 40.  ' ' The ladles olaasea. ;Were well^ .atiJ, tended. There were two, classes, the junto 'and senior, A baakelball league was drawU'Up, for the juniors but it was aAfatlure owing to^the ir'regulsjr attendance. The seniors had ti leiigu^ which yvas a auocesi, Tho number uf cla,88bs held, for the, juniors waa' -15, uv5\-aee number per,class waH'SSiJ NEWOFFIC[RS T ELECTED President - Cameron Stays Chair-.'Teen Age Boys Have Privileges in TORE-ORGANIZE VATICAN mm.$ Reports State That These Are in An Alarming Condition Now The new bdUrd oC directors of tho V. M. C. A. m& last evening and elected- officers as follows: V President, re-electpd, C. E. Cameron; S'Ice-pro.sidcnt, M. S. SIcArthur, recording secretary, Hr. Dunsworth; treasurer. E., S. Jackson. R. P. Wallace was named as represeutative on the territorial committee. , Finance "committee-Messrs. Farrow, Rylands, Jackson. ; Executive-Jlessrs. McArthur, Duns-wiorth, Torrauue, Moore, Wallace. At the conclusion of the meeting a meeting of the C. S. E. T. advisory board was hold and it was decided that the physical department of the "Y" should be open to the toon age boys of tho Sunday schools, on Thursday evening. FUi-TON HITS , BROTHER, SUED Rome, Jan. 31. - An International committee is to be formed to re-organize tho finances oi the Vatican, which Cardinal Gasparri, papal secretary of state.^rcports aro in an alarming condition. The committee, one of whose members is to be Thomas F. Ryan, of New York, will be called upon to devise means of obta'inliig funds, po.s-.slbly, by the underwriting of a worldwide loan. Tho Vatican's usual sources of revenue, such as renti^ls from properties and gifts from Jlexico, Belgium, France, Austria and the tjnited States, havo beon--reduced or .cut off by war conditions. At the same time Pope Benedict dail^' cxpenila thousands of dollars in war charities, including the sending of food and clothing to prisoners of war in Germany and Austria. Appeals lor contributlGTis are received iu large nunihcrs at the Vatican ^rom many countries. Uador Uio present system of financial arrangements the pope acta as treasurer of the Vatican, having in his office a safe in which he deposits the funds to be disbursed. AVheu the safe is empty the holy see nominally -is bankrupt. * The English speaking members in the house voted with Mr. Bouchard. , ? >: : > �.>>�> : > > Big Fighter Swats His Kin in the Fjace � Beatrice, - Neb.,i Jan. 31.-Regardless of what Jess Wlllard thinks he should receive, for a bout with Fred Fulton, heavy-, weight title contender, Geo. Ful-'> ton, Fred's brother, thinks it is worth $1,000 to stop one of Fred's haymakers with-his face. 'George and Fred got into' an argument over-the/payment of a $100 hotel bill here. Mike Collins, Fred's manager, finally paid the bill; but the argument was not ended until Fren-had planted his right on Brother George's countenance. . ' , George promptly filed suit for $1,000 against' hi* battling brother. HARRY' DAVIS. QUITS, ATHLETICS Veteran Will Devote?His Entire Time to Business vith the Providence team of the eastern league. Ho joined the Athletics in 1901. B. C. FRUIT �victoria, B. C, Jan. 31,-An .'ener-golic publicity campaign to popularize Britiah Columbia fruit ia being arranged by tho British Columbia Growers' Aasooiation with a view to enlarging the market for prcWInoial products. CHAMPIQN SCULLER WOUNDED IN PRANCE Krnest Barry, Uie only Engr �lishman who over-'.hold the sculUnB champlonaUlp of the world slnco Edward Hanlaa took.tho title from R..W. Boyd In 1882, has been wounded in Fiianoo, Barry has held the Kng-liah ehamplouahUi for. ten yeors. and, the world's ititJealnee he defeated liichardArnat of Sydney, N.S.W., on the Thames in 1913. ^  . . Another not^d,athloto'iIn.the 0 � � U. S. RAILWAY MEN WANT INCREASES� Washington, Jan. ' 31.-!-pe-mands for wage increases pond- ? ing before the railroad, vrage commission aro for-an aggregate average of forty per ceAt, it, ? was disclosed tJoday. .The demand represents a total of nearly $500,000,000 this year. aent all membera of tl^e partic-*vular trade whether organized 4> or unorganized and the wifge commisaion ia said to be prepared to accept this principle. , On Time In the army everything must be done on schedule. You can save time and appear on parade looking smarter if you have shaved with an AutoStrop Safety Razor. Its smooth shaving qualities are such that no' rough places are left nor is there any after-shaving un-. oleasai^tness. -�,� , The only razor that sharpens its own blades automatically. Gttanatted to Satisfy Complete Outfit $5.00 AT AU,STORES AutoStrop Safety Raxor Co., Limited 8347 Dilw St.i  TtiTMlSk Oil. * * 0- *> * � � * -> ,*    �   I Get all the comfort out of your car possible the winter weaither. We have a few .Good Robei for cold weather driy^tf^ ing on hand at reasonable pifices, t ' / C' AUo IIADIATO* AW^TO^^ njakesofjcars.., '..^^ �'.'-�^i'f.;;;.:... 55 ;