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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 4, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta ,'AGE SIX THE LETUimmoF. DMT.V HERALD TUESDAY. FKBRUAHY -I, 1910 "BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McMamiMlAlARGE V TOLD HirWR- HE OIONT LEftME. TOWN The Sport It c CURLING 'l Vs Tomorrow nirjat will again see the local competition ia full siring, and the foUowiug games are 03 Tuesday night: Baalim vs. Shepherd. Caddes vs. Held. Ballantyne TS. Livie. Wednesday Night Skeith vs. McXabb. Hamilton vs. Aird. Davidson vs. Carberry, Leech vs. Marrs. Enthusiastic over the coming of cold weather, the loca! curlers are ftc-duns lo the rink these nights, and with the prospect of a month or more weather, are anticipating soma SET Consider Boys' Phase of Ques- tion as Preliminary to Gen- eral Meeting Jvexl Monday night at the T.M.C.A. thtte will be a meeting ot the various organisations which are doing matches. There will be four Jan eight-round "exhibition' work at which among the mat-1 sheets of ice ready tonight, and these'Dempsey won iu the first round by lers to be discussed will be the Ques-lwill be kept up. Everybody should iera lu ue (iia njaj-jn' game while PARIS, Feb. delegates of i the five great powers arc now In a po- 1 sitloa to compare clearly their own (aspirations and those ot al! their al- i lied friends and to see the differences Loser Says Thai He Was "Doit- that'must ho reconsidered. Tho mail- j.i T i mutn of hopes, often overlapping, has bio-Crossed' in July Bout been toM (reely> amj -t reratjns ror in Jersey uhe peace conferoaco to adjust them into a co-ordinated whole. The de- llarrison Park, S. .1. July 27, 131S. I Alsace-Lorraine unconditionally OTTAWA, Jau. federal Government Is vitally Interested In the question ot Iho resumption ot wheat export from Dominion. There is. H is estimated, an exportable surplus of wheat and flour ID tho Domlulou from year's crop ot Irov.i silly (o seventy million, bushels, and (here lias not been for some UUKi lime past, any demand for it from overseas terminals, tbo chief reasons bslng lhe shortage of tonnage, conges- tion or overseas terminals, and tho fact that Orcut llrltalu has at Iho present lime n very considerable stock on hand. In Australia at the beginning of tho month, there -was ail estimated ex- portable surplus of bush- els, in lhe Argentine ami in Ihc'Uulled Slates something in 'the neighborhood ol 30 0.00 Wheat in Australia al tho last hear- was a prearranged allair to the OTTAWA. Jan. Is common- place to say that many questions will engage lhe attention of Parliament during tlio approaching session. Since August, 1S14. the sessions have been crowded with important que.-tions, ami, though the war is over, still tho subjects that press for consideration ere neither less numerous, nor less Im- portant. There is. however, this not- able difference, '.'or four years Par- liament was engaged in building up and perfecting a great war machine. Sow it will have lo take much of this lo pieces. Instead o! devising means to get more men for the army, it will was a prr teat tea' -nd Dempsey ivere to box j fix the French frontiers hi their rela- 1 an eltht-rotind "exhibition" and that i lion to Uie Rhine, which may require tion of outdoor sport for the ioys. The; set into the there he a large at- cold weather lasts. tendance at this mating, and although ,it appears to us that it will >be Impos- 'eible to arrive ai a definite- organiia- 'lion- al this meeting the- discussion -will do a great deal of good and will probably pave file way for caring for 5 the boys in tho proposed I Canon McMlllen U one of lhe I :rnen In the city who is vitally Interest- j. ed in sport for tho growing boys. As j judge ot tbe, Juvenile Coart he sees CHICAGO HAS CLASSY BOXER Tommy Murphy, Middlsweioht, Pupil of Paekey McFarland. has a new as- pirant for .middleweight boxing- hon- ors in Stockyards Tommy Murphy, proud -wearer ot a gold service stripe I 'doable crossing' Fulton said hi fight the winner of tho Willard-Dempsey match. him. nvanted a chance to the creation of buffer states; one of these would be the Palatinata and an- other Rhenish Prussia. France dc- proposed j eires, also, to annex tho basin of the. Sarre river, which might be called a re-annexation. ,v Rhine Bank Restriction! France will insist: thatKJirfas 'the Uft bank of to the 000. Take tho-Increase in the debt! ins was priced at fl.U ceuU a bush- charges aloue, In liiey were'el. In the Argentine It was In Since August 1917 ilio Canada tlio crop of last season U War Loans have totalled over Sl.MO.-! guaranteed by the government al 52.21. whic-h approximately In the United Slates bolh last season K n year in interest. To this (he conitnK season s crop should be added probably about Ural figure. y 000.000 for In other words Resume Purchasing Soon Merest and pensions will, during Ilia! Tint allied purchasing will shortly coming year, prctebly equal the os-lrwumo Is Iho confident anllciiialloii penditure tor all purposes in J9U. thal Cansda will ilie able to dispose ot her present ex- The annual Intc.rcst payment on Ihe! surplus at the ruling price. jtxmu hi- ,hp.rc may be a drop In flour times thai paid on all loans in 1012. j owing to the fact that iuo The country's total war bill will prob- united Slates millers are making nbly he at least two billions. Reductions In Tariff Tho Intentions of Uie government respecting tlie tariff are kept .1 d.irl; secret, but it is quite probable- more on their bran and shorts ar.d they can thereby decrease Ihe price or flour, find lhat Canada will havn to como down to that price, Nut the returned men back into civil life. U Is worth recalling that this work ia very 1 western heed, of Alberta, Hon. J- A. CaJder of Saskatchewan and Hon. Arthur Meigh- en of Manitoba. The first of these ministers is head of the soldiers' should the price of drop beforis j Canada fids rid ot her present sur- there will he some specific reductions lhc -OTCnimeIll tovo in order to meet (ho wishes of tlie Ij [hc amount of lhc ilroii. west. At tlie fiama time it would seem to be out of the question to look (or radical tariff changes during tlie ap- proaching session. U would also sectn to be etvually out of the question to look for a suspension of the business and profits taxes' levied to produce the extra revenue required for war purposes. To Indulge false hopes on tlteso "matters would bo most unwise. MEHTTURR L-nrih i-Bmillnc- Ihnt this work I Iijt3u i.uu.u uv i.r1el> in" tnfhanL or Ze the public to fetal; that ministers, Sir James Loug- "I was in on the.thing, on the'Take1 if you wish to call Jt.that, because I went abead. and did what my'man- ager told me. i "Now, with Jess Wlllard- wanting to fight and with. Dempsey picked byjshonld forbid military: works" of, any :njcai As'head of trie Repalrla- most critics as the man to meet him. bridgeheads, forts committee, which is charged with ilj re establishment work; which lias to with the disabled, and other sol- desire to fit themselves for .orth is concerned, reQuiring moreyDr less tech- 1 do not propose-to keepr-5till aay i eitleri'Dcmpsey _............________..... _ tie need for a concerted raorEment convoy service. Murphy Is home I CO ,lo draw the boys Into team garaea honorable discharge papers earned: nboa_rd a j or milaril. Perhaps-' 1 won't get the itter IS where 'they will havo an opportunity I in the navy, and is1 ready to to develop physically and where they will also learn flat spirit of .British fair play which goes alone riti pro- perly directed sporL He will be In .attendance at the meeting and 'herp the good work along. wll: This will probably be the tirst public to; sport on the in Lelhbridge again, and thera 'should be a large turnout It oosht to pave the way for the general meet- Ins to be held later. QUERRIE'S ULTIMATUM TORONTO, Feb! Toronto Telegram says that Manager Querrie L of the Toronto Arenas read the riol ict to his players on their return from Montreal and Imposed fines on six of them for disobeying training lations. He informed resume his ring activity. PrOTious to becoming a blnejicVet, Murpby Koxed at an unfonunate weight. He was too heavy for the welters'arid Cobiigh I for the middles, with the result tbct he ha' the latter class and always under a handicap. After .donning the navy uniform, and feeding upon Uncle j Sam's picked up weight until he Is now a full-fledged pounder. Stockyards Tommy u i pnpil of Pachey McFarland, who caroe from the same neighborhood. He has Packer's speed and the McFarland knack of hittlcg from all angles, ooopled with a knockout punch. army has prafsed casing be- cause of iLi close relation to bay- chance at Willard. 4'By .making a" ctean'.- breast of the part I played in1 ffcat" Harrison parJe affair I hope the public will forgive me and grant me the privilege to fight for tho world's championship, if feeling is tbal the peojlejiniabltlns that should foe SJccirle they wish an Independent staff, or'? return to. Germany. V The Frencli is not b'u'Ht has anrrormced to the chamber of depulies that it wofk of 'nrlnslng back and plac- ing the returned II.GT in as good, or ,e miaaies, then .d to fight wins lhe rot in the show that Tex Rlckard ic about billion francs (about 'with the man who' i The French government does not ask for a protectorate in Syria in the ordinary sense, cohsidc-ra that the populalion therp7 6. ioo ad- vanced, to make a protectorate neces- sary, but France, on account of her Ihercfore taxation will at once lie ap- TABER, Feb. moosler con- preciably lightened, arc not treating i vcnllon for the of reconstruc- the public fairly Illon reclamation ftlll be held iu What tho'publ'lc has a right to ex- 'he Rex Theatre, Taber, on Tuesday, pect Parliament to do is to adjust tho February. 11. commencing at 2 p.m. burien of taxation so that it will fall I The main object of tlio meeting is heaviest on those best nbie'to pay. So Dominion government to In- Iban they were iu they weal :r.v.iy to, J .A. Calder hcs ore of tal 01 tasks going. As for Ihe Importanoc of the part ph'jX'l In' Hon. Mr Jlelgh- j of the proij.piH of '.rvicg to settle tnc resumed Jin.ia on Irind. Thai is itis The entrusting of all this import- ant work to western ministers Is a signal recognition of the fact that Westerners may be expected to throw eaorgy Into anything they undertake. strong is this feeling IhroughDitt the country that it Is bound lo find strong expression' in Parliament. The uncertainty of business condi- tions Is bound to incline those charg- ed wilh the 'financial rcsponsibilllles of lhe .country to cliug. for lhe "inio being, to existing methods of raising revenue. As a class, Canadian finan.- clers and industrial leaders are com'i- rest In other .countries makes same apprehensive respecting lhe future, and if their fears are realized, then Canada is certain to feel the effects. I Uy the very necessities of the war, In- dustry wns speeded up Into a state of abnormal activily. To let this down, wilh as llllle trouble as-possible, will Obviously these western ministers have a rare chance lo coriiorale tlieir irrigation project for Uie ultimate irrigation of (be of southern Alberta in Iho detlnltu program of reconstruction now beins outlined and lo urge the immediate .construction of the same. Among those to be present will bo AV, A. Buchanan. M.P.; P.'II. Peters, commissioner of Irrigation; J. 5. Stewart, Capt, B.'V9- .McKenzlo, and others. traditional Interests in Uiat, country iOno bc sure tjjey wjn cn. feels (hat she should ba called ;0 so. difficult as to eiercise some sort c-1 guardiansMp the lasks tliey have underlaken. Caldxvell and Baird Given Right to Play by National Com- mission or guidance until Syria should fully able lo govern' herself. Great Britain's Demands he they will undoubtedly succeed. As for be one ot the duties ot Parliament, nrt antl action win be detennta- by volition, hut by the very of ca3Cr whfch, for the most part, spring from international, rather than from national, causes. money, Parliament and the country ._ industry canitalized at will T.rlnninlo l.nthinirl A III1Cn UllUSirj, CapHallZCa M We Don't Experiment We Know How ANDY The Radiator Man 418 Fifth StreetS. Great Britain's Demands willgo on tho principle that nothing! lined "so.ue- Great Britain-Croat Britain's dele-1 ls loo good for lhe jeturned men. i is lo bei ttiaDiisnctt soiue __ gallon believes that society of na-i On, a greit fions is deskpble and cbtai.nb'.o, and larir( helng lho lhc of lhe pre.em flax acreage In getting down to the pracllcal sldn of the ,-rovinc, minions. night the Barms doubles team will roll the last three games In the special match with the local men, Der- rlcolt and sfokw. merged. This was during the raid on the American coast. OKEH' BARROW KfCHMOXD, Va., Feb. 4. Dave Robertson, slar batter in lhe world's series o! 1CH1, has refused to sign a NO DOUBT ABOUT RACING York Giants', Robertson, at a conference with .Manager Me- TORONTO, Feb. toe G here last ts TCporlda to directors of the Ontario Jockey iff TOJ ihc- have no doubt of lhe resumption of racing this spring. Secretary Fraser of the club authorizes announcement that oa March 4 entries will he closed lor the King's Plate, 47750 added, lo ie run iu 1919. On March 4 entries will aho close for lhe Slanley Produce State, {2500 added, la te run In 1922; the Breed- ers' Stake, added, lo be run in 1920, and the Maple Leaf Stakes, 12SGO added, to be run In 1H20. LYNCH WON LONDON. Feb. Lynch, "ban- tamweight of Xew York, heal Tommy Noble, the Uritish bantamweight, on points in 25 rounds. National league. Kopf and Griffith to Robins CINC1.V.VAT', Fob. 4. Shortstop Kopt and Outfielder Griffith of the Cincinnati learn barn been traded to for Union of South Africa. She triil also have tho mandate over German East Africa, and some parts of Arabia, and stie particularly das claims in Uils rtsnect over Mesopo- tamia. Great firitaln will enter a pool with the other allies In tho mat- ter of indemnities, especially repara- tions for air raid damages and Eblp ping lo-scs. Italy's asks for tbo Trentino as far as the Brenner Pass, Including the whole of tiio Southern Tyrol, Trtcslt ho tno l onrounc. of tho Dalmatian {.lands, Avlona and ils hfnlerland. a prolcctorate over No Doubt Your Car Needs Overhauling! WE CAN GIVE YOU SATISFACTION AND GUARANTEE ALL WORK Your car will be overhauled under Ihe able supervision of oar cbiet'eipc-rl, Mr. Stoddarl, formerly roaster mechanic of a 300 car 'capacity garage In Wlnnint-g of renown success. CHARGES MODERATE PALACE GARAGE T. H. RAVEN SECOND AVENUE 1E37 C. H. STODOART Master Mechanic f.-'t ft 't