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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 3, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX TIH-: LETHRRIDGK IJAU.Y MOXOAV, FEBRUARY 3, 1919 "BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. RY. MECHANICS FNE Oft TEN tEARt> I'U. RE PERFECT; HEAVEN: WHAT WILL THE The Sport Page Will Take Time to Give Kvid- ence Thorough Considera- tion, Says President Hevdler AIHLEIICCLUB Now Has Over 100 Members and Good Season's Sporl is Looked For fFrom Our Oivn FERX1E, B. C.. January 31. Athletic YORK, Feb. decision The Fernie Amatuer will be siren for probably two weeks, Club has been scoring in the case of Hal Chase, Cincinnati! after success in its new movement to fir--t chargedbr officials'of set sporting upon its jiins A that club with atleinptins to Influence membership of a hundred bas been Willing to Take Punishment to Learn Knockout Gave Boy Promotion CHICAGO, Jan. The late Colon. el RoOceveU's love for athletics snccejs set forth by Robert 3. Mooney. formerly associate publisher of a Chi- ;o newspaper, was in August IS. "VoluniUiCHB notes of evidence j tastalleil and a lot of athletic. not bo in proper Jora betorei tamUiiro is being set H bids (air 3Ir, Heyaier said. "1 have :taken the case under advisement and iintend to give It the most thorough :and .'careful Consideration. 1 can not sav how long it' will take me to go to develop into Iho strongest organ- ization that has been ventured in the line clean healtbr'sport. and season's program may be looked tor. With a united effort Ihe towns liiii mass ot evidence, but 1 will should''be able to organize and keep going as fine an athletic eircuu as he lound in any territory. The semi-finals for the V.'alker Cup, lelt unfinished- at Cranbroot, on ac- count ot bad played here last nisht, Preniics winning .in the semi- final from Liphardt and from Wallace in'the'final game. Eonoance my finding -as early as pos- sible." x I 2 >The tibarges, made, against Chase 'are itmragb-t under' section 40 of the -'constitution of th'b National league, which reads as follows: "Any person who shall be prover. Ignilty of offering1, agreeing, cansm'r- ,Ing or attempting to cause any game of ball io result otherwise than en :its merits under the playing rules "shall he forever disqualified by the 'president of the National league .as umpire, manager or player [or in any other capacity in any game :of fcall narticlpated in by a'league .of'lhe Cincinnati club was on hand, John C. Toole, another New York looked alter the league's In- terests and crpss-eiamincd ebme of the vritnes3es._6lanager Christy Math- grvson of the Cincinnati plub, -sho ia "now in the United LStates service in {France, and Pitcher Perritt of the York Giants were Absent but sub- mitted affidavits, which Trere accept- ed in evidence. Several witnesses were called, am- rmg those examined being -Manager John 5. McGraw of the New York qlnb ;and players, A, E. Xeale, James J. ana Michael J. Regan of the Cin- cinnati club. I. O, Depassp, it. E, and "Sid" Mercer, all of New York, gave testimony as to character in behalf of Chase. FABER GETS DISCHARGE CHICAGO, Feb. Urban "Red" Fabcr, having received his charge from the navy, signed with the Chicago Americans. Faber pitch- ed the Wliite Sos to three four victories In tne world series of 1S17 'flgainst New Tcrk. WIN 'Feb. 339.30 969.5Q TENDLER GOOD MONEYMAKER Lightweight Earned" Almost .During 1918 Despite vrar conditions, the 1918 boxing season was tho test financial- ly Lew Tendler ever experienced. He 20 bouts and received nearly hfs mirfc. record and the re- ceipts: January Jackson, Olympia (W) ...........I Jaiinary Calta- han, Olympia (W) February Tuo- hey, Olympia (K. Sil.OO March 4 Pete Hartley, Olymnia SS1.50 March Nelson, Buffalo (K.O..) "iM-flO March Wallace, Olympia (W.I April Palsy Cline, National April Brooks, lional April' 23 Frankie Urilt, Boston, (K. O.) April 29 Willie. Jackson, Htven, (W.) May Bloom, Olym- pia, (W.) May Pokorni, Cleveland, (W.) July Callaban, Atlantic'City, (W.) July Pa ley Cline, Shibc Park, (W.) August Thorpe, Olympfa, September Clia- flefeated Toronto, tt to, 0, tonight In, National, Xovcrater Calia han, November 2S Joe National, (W.) December Calla- Jian, Boston, (K. 0.) December Jlammer, Olympia, CS2.85 I 800.00 3as. Andcrsoi, President, and Clarence Smith Secretary Mayor Pack Goes To Edmonton fFrom Our Oivr. Orrn 5IAGHAT1I. Keb. officials ot the Cross hero wish to Impress upon Hie iicople that since tlio signing WINNIPEG, m. changes Irutiip. wages, and worfclnK conditions or railway shopmen and machinists lu Canada aoil the Cnlusl will bo (I oin andeil when I ho annual schedule of Wages is present- wl to the railway war board ooxt The wage scale demands will lie: Machinist3 Sa cents DU hour, helpers CO cents an liour. Tho present scale of wages Is: Machinists OS cents an hour; helpers 4S tents an hour. Tho shopmen viill also demand that they lo given two weeks' holidays oach year with full pay and Ihc right of Ircc transportation. The number of mcu involved is 12C.- 000 and tho increase will jucau a day. Prominent Farmer "Heads the -Nobleford Council Pay Secretary-Treasurer (From Our Own Feb. An import- council took of> KM Cross >vorfc must at.Edmonton, also to elect officers for the ensuing year. The secretary, Mr. O'Brien, rfad from the Grain Growers' Guide, Mr. Woods' annual report.'Af- ter a brief discussion Myron Holmes reviewed the tariff question. Mr. T. O. Kiug discussed' the -live stock n.ues- there is no need ot Ked Cross this posit oa since he The rooms are open on Thursday af-i'iwnt of ho village and lias doue the teruoon and only the same few faith- in Ihc twio and at the expense ful workers ccnie to sew. The local of the Noble-Foundation Ltd. It nils. _____ branch arc in receipt o: a letter from! felt Unl tha viUaSc should lions, provincial headquarters stating Awards Ihte more supplies arc now than at lhlc 'uts Iiavo just been made by Hie provincial department of agri- culture for Hie holding of short course schools 'for tho benefit ot farmers, farmers' wives, sons .inti at lue Schools of Agriculture fn Clares- holm, Olds and Vermilion. The dates >nra from February 17 to inclusive, ii courfe. luEtructlon will bo given in gas tractors, engines, automobiles, etc.; livestock, soil cultivation, seed selec- tion, weed Identification 3nd eradica- tion, veterinary sclotice, poultry rais- ing, homo nursing and household science. There will also be a special course of instruction on same subjects at Grande Prairie, and at iho College of Agriculture, Edmonton, from March 3 to S, inclusive. Cash prize's will be for judging In livestock and grain tion uiA hail Insurance. The live any other time during the war. Owing There Is for any ol thpfo. voted lor this pur- courses ,ami everybody is cordially in- By arrangement with the coin-' Yned. staff; stock question vr'Sl be discussal uiore to'the lack of, worker's during the epi- york -ivllt continue to he Kurtber partiCUlarE5 cau be had oil f the New York Tribune during the fullv a series OL meetings which demtc ihe store rooms have been tax- tdelr as "emotore. I MS-J application to. A. E., -Meyer, SupL, .residential caropaien." said Mr. Moo-1 arc to be held during February. Hail ed to their utmost. 1400 more 'hoses of convenient arrange- Scllools Oj Agrlcullurc, or Alex, Gal- I tho nmvin- i RunnllpR harR distributed tban ment for the village a.1? it Is_cerUln bralth, 0[ Fairs and replied that I knew Loeb. tha president's sepretary, and do my best. 1 called Mr. Loeb on the telephone and he told me to bring my friend lo the White House. On arriving there 100 people were waiting in line. 1 seat my card to Mr. Loeb, vrho appeared shortly and Reckoned us to come in. "In his private office the president greeted us, saying to my -friend, who was an amateur boxing and wrestling champion of the District of Columbia: "Toil are the finest lookiug man in hoiine togs I ever saw. Now tell did you knock out Blank that night I saw you at the clubT "'Why, Mr. President, it "was a ranch like ho replied, illustrat- ing the punch ,in the air. 'Shcnv it to me Hit-me on. the chin as you hit him.' "My friend did it, but gently. "'Xo, 110, that won't do; bit me aard; hit me the way you hit "My frientf did. He gave the presi- dent a sharp punch in the jaw. "'That's it, that's it, I got it exclaimed the delightedly. >TT let me it on With this the president hit my friend and sent him reeling. "I've sure got IV the colouel said. al municipalities., were'In charge of the lied feet of. hose and another hutfes a dfrliftlons turkcv dinner lmfUP well ntfar the railway Last year a very small ladles a delicious turkey dinner fw the veil ,f the "farmers in-this dtstrict belong--was ii'rved and a neat sum realized, j ______________ng' ed to the local U. P. A., but this year Don't forget ive must keep up the a live soliciting committee "was good work. elected ,to collect membership fees, the object being, 150 members. Mr. Jas. S- Anderson was elected president .acclamation, Myron "Down the Black Canon'' is the'play which will be presented on, Thursday evening, Feb> GUi. Mrs. Ellis Hcnninger was hostess plies ami the hose should be well j protected in case of fire. 1 .Contrary to a rumor that has bpen' afloat tha council hare not voted and do to vole themselves any. Tice-presMcn.. irith Clarence [at deUihKdl afteruoon at Smith, and the soliciting; on Tuesday. remuneration for their work as coun-1 !orte .Thc and services 'I'm going to try It Lodge and Gaifleld. tomorrow Won't they And the president laughed." Mr. Mooney added that "President Roosevelt x FO enthusiastic over the lesson that he 1m media lei y pro- moted the boy. SIIILIKING S17.T5 [EASTERN MATS if CAPS Tojal lov 20 figMs WANT BETTER CONDITIONS LOHDOW, UJshop Of Jan. owner of the Winnipeg baseba.! Iranchise, la in Winnipeg today in- connection with re-or- ganfzlns an all-Canartian hascoall leaguo for next summer. Mr. Moll 'is very optimistic over the pros- pects lor professional baseball in Winnipeg and the wcat next sum- mer He has been conimuntcallng -with Mr. Cnirnfi of Saskatoon "for some time and believes that a strong Western Canada circuit that will prove a winner ran be formed. the, meeting held in Raymond m Thursday in the interest of the blgi Irrigation talked or. far flic I south country. -Thc Sunday dunce on Friday atternoon. About ot gavo i-chililren'a 400 children irere to a jolly committee. J, Kvang, D. M, Powel- son and Henry Holmes. The ward carnival is postponed for one week. _ Thc 2nd ward choir held its annual reunion Thursday night. The new- or- ganization is working on a, little dif- ferent basis than tho old. H now en- tails a conductor, an. organist and' a manager. Tht program for the eren- ng consisted of refreshments and tho 'ollowing musical numbers: Vocal solos by Miss Voleria and Mr. Lee NaMer, a quartette by the "flower a mandolin and guitar selec- tion by Burrows and Weaver, and a rioltn solo by Lief Ertcsou, accom-1 Wednesday evening, February Stti. panied on the piano by his mother. jDirrerent progressive card and other wlH be played, 'uesiclea other iotl of the com- A number ot Magrath men AUTO TIRES OF ALL SIZES VULCANIZED By iho Famous Haywood System RETSEADtNQ REPAIRING Dy experienced Workmen. AH Tvorb guaranteed. Special Equip- 'incnl lor Elm Cut Repairs. RITCHIE 208 13th St S, Opp. Ellison lime and a hag of candy and nuts. Mr. J. T. Sleele has been appointed Iml of of the mayor and council held last The Women's Institute has arrang- ccrrtary-treasurer and Hacrath at a special me1 thanks from some and possibly from others. The onJy salary coutemplte paying at present is ot the secretao' corjtd above. H might also be men- tioned here that the polo erected at the new well is not-n gl-b'bet for thfi puniahment 6C crime but is for dry- Ing Iiosc and oilier purposes in con- nsction with tbo well. At the cpticlusion of tlie rejplar K. of P. 7iieelmg last Wedce-day the; present1 .were entertained j od to hold an evening of the ChanwHor' ment to be held In the Fellgar hall on j Commander, Mr. J The eoot 'things were supplied by Mr, Hay ot, the hotel and were much enjoyed We Don't Experiment We Know How ANDY The Radiator Man 418 Rftk Streets. Madge Stevtnrtn was the h y recipient of a handsome leather j entertaining features. 25c admission club tag given her by the 2nd be and refreshments will t rrimaiy Sunrlay scliool. and Mutual be served during the evening. The; lEsociations. for her faithful sen-Ecw ladles in charge rtrc Mesdamos GeiV appreciated by all. 11 A pleasant'.little wlrist party took" place at tho" homo of Mr. and Mrs. on Friday evening when ward organist. Stevenson is leaving for Calgary to attend Normal. Goes to E dm onion Mayor L. b. Pack has gone to ab- in Everyone Is glad to wol- coinc them hack. Minnion, Bbelton, Ferris and Dud- ley. Dr.. and Mrs. Beeman have rctarn- ed to Magrath after a long absence. monton as the Raymond delegate Ucemsr, sc-rvcd overasss 'In the jotn the municipalities which arc Corps for some tlmo and has tervlewlng Premier Stewart and his I recently returned. During his cabinet, urging a Research Bureau seiico Mrs. Beeraast has resided and discussing iho natural problem, and labor, conditions. Paul Redd and wife are Jiving at the Buck ranch. ia teaching school, there. Water is now being turned In the mains Trom tho well In the eastern part of town, this supplies those pco pie living in the higher regions with water. Parley Van WagontY, who lias been in 15Hh American Air Force, is on Ills way home. Mr. Olesot, tho son-in-law of Mr, Krlcspn, is lii lown for ft few days. The many friends of F. Kim- ball -will be glad to hear that she is rapidly improving since her operation for gall atone at' the? .Gait Hospital. TEAMS TO TOUR SOUTH AMERICA Uoon lie home "Mr. Reg. Cooper, operated on appendicitis at the Oalt Hospltf also Improving and it IB'hoped lor Harris, Mr anti Mrs. Depcw. 3lr, and Mrs. Swalles, Mr, and Mrs. IlozarUi, Mr, and .Mrs. Holton, '.Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Isaacs were participants hi a very enjoyabJc erening1. M.-s. Depew won the prize while Mra. Swalles took the consolation -prize. 'v THE BOYS Those who sneak of their sons or brothers coming through Iho war "without a scratch" forgot about the Transcript. PATUS, Keb. .accord reach- ed by the council of the great CHU.'AOO. Fob. London South America by major league base- king at a Canadian teams ntxt winter is the plan ot concerning the disposal of the Ger- man colonies and occupier! region? of Turkey In Asia i3 much more def- inite than Is generally suppoaed and hcslioa acceptance in princ'ftle of (he American plan of mandatories, tt embraces the following main features: The allied ami associated are agreed that the German colonies it ffraf, (o mismanagement, cruel-! now invested than the fondest hopes ty ifid thc U30 colonies as' of tho reconstruction committee antl- suhmarino Thc Irrigation meeting of Thursday Invasion n.-cjj Moro people arc Palace Vulcan zing Works One Block WcBt.oE Lclhbrldgp iioioi, RETREADING, BLOWOUTS, RIM CUTS. Palace Vnlcan'zing Works has n numher of retrcatlcd Urea ot all makca and sizes; also a larjro asaortmcnt of tubes for sale. Come ant] look thorn over. Perhaps You Didn't Know- that lot j of die of That many are ruinpl by neglect That thousands are over' worked and underfed Yet these and a. lot of other battery abuses, ar4 Be mrc itut yen your battery In aueh way that you will frt the hot from It, If you are Wi What to do, 311 7th Street S, Phorw No Doubt Your Car Needs Overhauling! Wcf CAN GIVE YOU SATISFACTION AND OUARANTeE'Al.1. WORK 'Your car will be overhauled tinder the able supervision ol our clilef expert, Jlr. StwJdart, formerly master.mechanic o( a 3W car capacity garasc In Winnipeg of rinoim success. CHARGES MODERATE PALACE GARAGE T. H. RAVEN Mmager SECOND AVENUE IS37 C. H. STODOART Master Mechanic lo Sotrth America shortly after the close of next season. lite plans tn combine forces wltli Ihc H. 3. Alien'elv'ca out the In-! New and fend two teams j formation that since Iho rrcsWIng au- thorities of the dnircn act the dates of the rjuarterly conferences and ap- point the delegates to attend these conferences, there will to no confer' ones held In this stake unlll after Iho general semi annual conference held In Salt l.ale Cilr In .April neit. ON THE GO CoraforlaMo Incomes today are rare of (hem don't lUrfi with U3 long enough to rosfce Ihehiflelfes com- KINO'S PLATE THIS YEAR TORONTO, Feb. W. P. Vrasw, uecrt'Urry, has (siiicil entry Wanks for the King's Plate, which ivill lie run usual this, spring al Die Woodbine listher racing la legalized or not. trhe stako this year will hc worth and the King's guineas to the winner, lo tie second hortc, {500 16 iho third andJSOO to the breeder of the wlonw, New Radiator Repair Shop OPENED Have been working on rarilal. In LethbrWeo for 0 months. THE RELIABLE RADIATOR REPAIR 9H6P George Prop, Rear "D" The TaXw, 81, 1 HAVE YOU TRIED VULTEX For REPAIRING TUBES PUT UP IN A HANDY KIT READY FOR USE. Two net, 7Sc uid FOR SALE BY BAALIM MOTOR Co Of UNION BANK A CanJ will Bring Our Handsome 1IU ;