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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta tUESbAY, FEBRtJAnV 6,m^ "BRINGING UP FATHER" THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY .HERALD PAGE THREQ By G, McManus \E INVITCO-mE CVmER OPTO ^ ACCORD HCPffi. ttY tike Y0i�AP,T.�  love KEEP THE MOmE FIRES Lockl Rink Cleans Up on Banff Aggregation in the Finals Jimmy Aird and hi* cohorts won �ne trophy �t C�l9�ry anyway, takinQ the.Robin Hood from Sad-Dngton of Bapff in a great game by 12 to 10. ' The Aird ,aggregation it thus In poMetaion of the Grand Challenge cutlery at the Robin Hood ha* previoualy been named. The local rink' ^ FOOTBALL RESU^LTS >  * London, Feb. 5.-Following are the results of English league football games played Saturday on the grounds of the first-named clubs: London Combination Clapton 0, Millwall Athletic 1. Crystal Palace 1, Arsenal 4. ' FulUam 0, Chelsea 2. Queen's Park Rangers 2, Tottenham Hotspur T. . West Ham United 7, Brentford 2. Midland Section Blrmiugham ^, Sheffield Wednesday 1. Bradford City S. Unuoln City 1. Orlnisby 3, Rotherham 2. l-oeda City 2, Notts Forest 0. .N'ottB County y, lluddersfleld 2. Sheffield United 6, Leicester 2. Lancashire Section Blackpool 0, Bolton 3. Burnley U, Oldbam Athletic 3. Bury 0, Stockport County ?,. Liverpool 6, Southport Central 1. Alancbester City 6, Burslem I'ort Vale 1. ;..... �RodJdale 2, Efrerton'2. i Stoke 6. Manchester United J. Preston KortU i3nd 2, Blackburn Rovers 0. SOUTH ALBERTA BASKETeALLERS Deciding What Team Shall Have Honor to Meet Winners of the North TAKE FIRST MATCH j DouKI mond on their floor, which will'de^ finitely take place next Friday, Feb. 8th. The following Monday the two team* will Journey to Tab-er, the first team to play Taber.' and the 2nd Barnwell. Very likely the Wednesday of the same week will mean a visit.to Stirling.;. The-gamea now on are to settle the Southern Alberta ehamp'Ibnahip, after which inter-city game* will be arranged between the winners of the south and the Calgary-Edmonton champs. Wins Robin Hood Cup SHORT COURSES IN PROGRESS MACLEOD Large Attendance and Great Interest Shown in Various Lectures on Farm Problems Scottish League Olasgow.-Scheduled Scottish league football games, played Saturday on the grounds of the lirst-namcd clubs, re-sulter1fi,B.,:.,w�rfl burqed to.deatit ilB'an early morning fire at the Maison-naiire ra�e track latabies. Battle King WAs'recently.brought here from tlrt' United States. Bhadeland and Charley B,. last season won twenty first; t^o second and two third priaee. Both horse*. w#rjB the properly of Napoleon mrouat,'-! pres>ideivt af the Malso'U' i..... BILL BRENNAN SHOWING CLASS Chicago Heavyweight-Saema to Have Neceeiary Punch Chicago.-Chicago admirers of Bill Brennan, the north side lad who had to go.east to get a reputation, are Jubilant because ot a recent victory scored by Brennan over Homer Smith; the Benton Harbor -ing of the league on February 12 to make it possible to play double headers any time during the season. - Another amendment'would bo offered to fix a minimum waiver price of |1,500 on any player who is purchased from a mlnor^league or \(^ho is a jtree agent when signed; Heretofore the president'of the league has been asked to. tlx the waiver price on, such a' player when rival clubs were: unable to agree on a reasonable price. DE ORA LOST^ won James Aird, who with his rink the Grand Challcngo event at the Cal-: . gary /.Spiel; McGraw's Much-Panned Third Baseman Has Shown His Real Value (From Our Own Correspondent) Macleod, Feb. 4.~A large and preciatlve crowd greeted the speakers at the opening of the ahort course school ot agriculture in the town hall today, at 10 o'clock Supt. Fairfield opened the school with a lecture, or as he calls it a tall? on grasses and fodder crops, defining the suitable grasses, rye, rape and; grain mixtures. He pointed out the value ot each of these as fodder tor the stock on the farm, .for bojh summer and winter feeding, the desirability ot caring for these crops, and giving as much attention as a grain crop, the great amount of money to be made from these crops in sheep, hogs and cattle. He also told in a very simple maimer the culture tiiey should receive. At the close many questions were asked and answered by; the speaker. Selection of Seed Professor Stevens took' up the selection ot seed at 1.30 p.m. The speaker told his audience that it would take 40,000,000 bushel'j ot seed grain to supply the farmers this coming spring in Canada, but Alberta required only three and three-quarter millions, with Ontario the highest at 19 1-2 millions. Get pure seed, prepare your ground sow it in a proper way, look after the growing crop, pull out any weeds, harvest it when it is ready, be sure you have a clean machine to thresh it, clean it at home before you market it, and you will receive the highest price at the elevator, you will have, plenty ot refuse teed, to grind for feed for all the stock on the farm, you will also have a ready market for seed grain at your farm, because it is to Smith la not discouraged over his de-fetit /byt'Breniiaiijraiidmtrlbntes it -to over anxiety, which at,Merrlton,Ont. phlcago, Feb. 4.-Alfred De Oro lost his second game in two starts in-thej three cushion, billl�,rd tournament S4tr. urday, when George Moore of New York beat him tifty to forty r seven In seventy four innings. At one stage the xhampion was 12 pointsahead; Moore succeeded in regaining the lead , and running four straight n^i^ thp wln^ end which gave him forty, managed SPEAKING OF AUTOMOBILES ' v\mS i-ou ever slop to think how niuoh It mean* to yoH-to haT�^ your car, factory built Instead ot assembledj Atsembled cara.ara buUt In �,dp2en or more factories, and to as,many a^iidi^rdi. Parts are not alway^ interchangeable and eonaidkrable delay^W ^otten: With factory I bullti oars; there la THC MITCHELL IS A FACTORY BUILT CAR. to get the final poinl needed to win; Charlie MeCourt defeated Hugh' Heal, tKty. to forty one In ''seventy Innings. ^ COAST CHAMPIONS TO OO EAST FOR STANLEY- ; CUP GAMES MARCH U' Montreal, Feb: 5-The directors ottlie National |lockey; league; at a meeting her? arranged^rpn the second halt.of the sohedHle to start Wednesday; :to.'be a repetition ot the first halt-i'To-ronto announced they had.Riade?,.'^ a deal with Sp^ague Cleghorn,.i ,' who will turn: out wltfcL- them:...* Tuesday morning. Nothing do 'finite was done in the.^case.ot:-*, Nlghbor, but It is said a deal may be put through on Monday v Ottawas . :Reif,4.*. Noble, President.. Calder.an* nouncod that be had received a ^I'Qi; letter from Frank!:; :Patrl*k,( i;* president ot the, PapUlc Qoap^ ^ league, staging �> that ithe iiaeaBon.ig;^^ Will �nd about the first week ln;,' in this and all things. The hall was filled for tho afternoon and evening meetings,, many ladles attending.. Many ot the school children also attended. DECIDE OEMS OF, TAX SALE TO BE' HELDIEU Include All Property in Arr�ari Up to and Including 1916 to bo neU decided a! Four games, were played In thb Summit Lime Works last night, on fast ice, bringing this competition pretty well out into the eights. Davidson beat Dr. Taylor, Spaulding beat Shepherd, Mc-Nabb beat McKenzie and Kirkham won trom McLeod. The draws tor tonight, weather permitting, will be Boyd vs Kirkham, Spaulding va McNabb, Clark vs Leech, Aird vs Ried. DONOVAN MAY GO TO TIGERS May Help Hughey Jennings With Detroit Crew They have dug up another Job for ';Smlllng � Dill" ^Donovan, erstwhile manager of the Yankees. Now, according to roporls,, ho is to go back to his old toaiii and assist Hughey Jennings, the Detroit loader, in- piloting the Tigers ' through tli'o 1918 campaign. ' ' - _ ' ,  it tho rumor proves true Bill will feel strange In the new place, for last year ho had more goodpltohers to call on than he knew what to do, witli, while this year the Detroit .liurllng staff is decidedly light. ' Cpvelskie, Dauss, Boland and Cunningham are loft, nnd Covoleskie is none too sure tor 1918. The loss of. Howard Ehmke, the lad from Silver Creek, N.y;, who "broke in" so well last year, wlll.be felt. Bhmko U now In the army. It has, been suggested that Donovan .might bring Huggins ond Jennings together with the Idea of a swap of Tiger outfielders and Inflolders' for Yankee pitchers. Well, let's go!' Tho scene as Huggins ottered Caldwell and iKive tor Bobby Veach or Mogrldge and Shawkey tor Oscar Vltt would be too painful to consider, Jennings needs pitchers, but he needs a ball team first, " . NEARLY A RECORD , , Chicago,; Feb. 4,-Augie Kieokhelter, of Detroit, sot a new high niarli for the American billiard players! ambulance fund tournament and ;ho - jcame within two innings of equalling tho world's record when ho defeated Joseph Cap-' ron of Chicago, SO to 28 in, thIrtyV seven inulngsj wilhva highrun.Qt8;* b\u for' each game, but' ,hae^ pretty, nearly done so.,His total record shows' hohfcs Mlayea In 1014 pf>,\t\6^, htilji plagodihe b#U out of tbO'y,oacjl},of;th^ fielder*' an' aUMnfi^ii fund are very urgently demandlni' t 't iug.1916 and' 7-.,','>'-, ..j:>-W^ Be it further resolved that this; re�i' olutlon be given publicity In order!tllnTf'>^a delinquents may fully', understand and '; If possible'take advantage b(;tK(B^bj?iVi5';J{g portunlty to pay delinquent taxes -bOi ^ -1� forO(the parcels are adVerti*ed etc., etc., which will amduj,, will savetbemitho'cost'ot i^yerll*mK^^^wt� etc., etc., which , will amount'In thil' aggregate, to approximately 6 per cent,-^|, "p, on parcels so advertised, '� \ 'i^' 1 J -it r4 Make turetlMt jrbnr^ctr u.tqwpM widi 1 that fulfOk aU the legal requir^Q^^' We S^ll t^^^^ I 9013 06898068 ;