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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 5, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX "BRINGING UP FATHER THE LETHRRHHU? MAlLY HTSKALO 'l-r WEDNESDAY, FEBIWAHY 5, 1010 By G. McManiis NKSATFEK EOT WA.VT VT" UNTIL OUT THE KITCHEN MOW I TO HOV VELU-VOU, TOOK CARE OF THE HOlftE FIND EVERX A.b -TOO LEFT IT VELL-DEAR: oioxou ME WHIL I 'SURE DID-MWiOE The Sport Page CURLING Willard, Champ 4 Years, Must Fight Jack Dempsey or Quit OGDEN, Utah. Dempscy, heavyweight pugilist. left last night for New to agreement for a fiaht with Jess World's Heavyweight Champion, who (By Robert j Wiflard won the heavysveignt championship in a hlrdlousM bat He Jack JotaEOn, but ?ince that time has only foufht once, and tnat ee'.to irasj a 10 round no decision ton- lcct That nearly four years ago. He lias had many challengers and many offers since then, tut lie oas not fought once in de.'ense ot the cham- TjionEbip. He btrced 'rounds with Frank Moran, but that can he thrown out It -was a no decision aifair, and so cannot possibly be considered a kmship contest. Once he "accepted" a icatch. wjtn -Fred Fulton. But the whole affair looked "circussT." A circus friend of Dillard's, got a tremen- dous tot of publicity, and finally talk ed the match out of existence. There was talk ot a match "for tie Red Cross." Fulton willing." Willard bluffed, a isaal, and noliing-came of It. Then Ttempsey knocked Fulton out in H 3-a j calltag "champion" until he W. G. N. Squad Take Three Bearcats and Bankers Were the Losers BARONS By piling up a leal of CS pins in Ihe'last :ratne o! ihe sti. the Herald earned Ihe rirtt to claim oil three eames from the City Bearcats in the: five-pin clash last night. The Herald: look.tht first by 5J pins, lied the sec- j end each team rolling 130. It was. then decided that the winner of the third game sTiould take the lie game also, and the Herald squad annexed it with '2f, to spare. This put the Herald S3 pins up on tile total. Ted UerricoU of the Uearcats Iiad Ms [batting clothes on., with a horseshoe Last night saw tho curling awsy to a good start. The ice is ID fine condi- tion. The executive decideii to play double schedule starting the first sanies at seven and second draw at p.m. Scores for Tuesday Baalim S vs McKenzle 0. 1 uadies S vs Reid 15, liallanlyne 5 vs Livie U. Games for Wednesday 7.00 p.m. Hamilton vs. Alrd. Leech vs Marrs. Gray vs Shepherd. Kox vs Ballanlyne, 9.00 p.m. Skeith rs MeNabb. Davidson vs Carberry. Jlarocch vs. Clark. Freeman vs. Xelson. Thursday Night Ornw 7.00 p.m. Xelson vs Skeltli. Boyd Y3 Marnoch. Mc.Vabb vs Freeman. JlcLeod vs Carberry. 9.00 p.m. Gaddes vs Held. Baalim vs Aird. Hamilton vs Shepherd, peat vs Livle. -v (Special to the HeraMI FKRMK, Feb. The ovl ot n slacking of work al tht lines ot the Crows' Nest MSB Coa. o's mines here an3 at Michel cami i tho shape of Ibo layine thi liners on Saturday.-and a reiiellllot f (he notice ot no work lor. toda hav- Totals "champion. He' won the'juniors schools.'lt has'been sng- vvilietts by bealing the champions of the gestcd '.hat such a.meeting could be Liscombe other boiing countries. Burns was a neld, say, at the Y.M.C.A. or tlecision boat. lAfter Jeffries had announced his re- tirement. Tommy Burns was the nest mealing bo called with a view to hav- ing P. foolball associallon formed, this association io include Uie seniors, 31 41 es 31 21 34 04 33 11 35 Ijusy champion. He fought Squire of Aostralia, Moir of England, Dick Crocker's Irish champion. Larue; vis- ited France and challenged every one, incidentally knocking out Squires agiin; went to Australia and beat Lang, the new Australian champion, and tousht Jack Johnson, his closest rival from America, all within a lew months Ho was a real- champion he small man with the heart vl a giinL jack Johnson picked a few soil ones after beating nurns, but he did i ,lrai five bouts within the neit year, 'iho fifth telng with Stanley Kelchel, 10 months after winning the tille. Al- tbc-ugh a middleweight. Kctchel was i anything but "soft." He slood John- on his head wilh ono well placed -iook In (ho 12lh round, and might I Jave won tho fight but for overeager- riess to linlsh the big Mack champion With all flgbtlng acfivlty ot 'l lomier Ulleholders as a good exam i pie, Jess Wiliard has no cicuse for ins' club some time during this month. Trusting that this letter may lead to some olher opinions. Yours truly, OEO. Johnston Gunn Totals GIANTS' PRACTICE GAMES LISTED .....15S 210 DOMINIONS 51 37 Jack Taylor, .one time. Leth- "bridge a near-great wrestler, and stilljone of the best in the jbul with hopes gone of ever' reaching Iho lop, is in Vaucouverrand. .writes lhe sporlinj edilor that he wpuld like to -wrosile in Colibridgei- Leth- bridge' fans would surely like to see Jack perform pa th5 mat once again bul It would be hard to gel an opponent for him here. And anyway the wrestling game is dead. The performances of And- erson, Munrce and Hein at Letli- bridge, Barons and other iwints In the south last -winter were not encouraging, so it -Is not likely Jack will get his wish. j SEYMOUR'S GAME ODD Old New York Boxman Pitched :3-Hit Contest Having cihausled lhe lileraturc on InMin no-hi' ani Uo-hit games, the de- Etatislicians hare been delving ;J, Into the done on contests that con- 'l i tsineil three and four raps. 'An oilil t tbrce-hlt game was that pitched by Cy Seymour of the Giants against lonlt on May SI, 1859.. The Mis ions from time to time. If they oso them unjustly tho matter should ie brought home forcibly to lhe ern- iloyer who committed the injustice. :ut If the dismissal of the veleran was the veteran's own Inability to fill Ihe duties of the job satisfactorily, then he is hnrtlng Iho entire, cause of the returned soldier unless he keeps his mouth shut- As a general rule, an employer does nol hire a man unless he wants one, and it is just os general a rule that an employer does not fire a raiin unless ho fails to do the work satisfactorily. FUNERAL GENERAL STEELE LONDON, Feb. {Canadian The funeral of Gen. Steele will probably be the blggeit Canadian military funsi-al ever held in England. Every br.inch of the service, Including nurses, will represented. STRIKE SETTLED u wo nam nection with the pastorale, Ihose ot Itev. >ir. Burns and HOT. C. E. Balz- old, lately returned from the front in Franco where he won a commission and the 5I.C. for gallant lerricc, Hin- nlly the feeling regarding these.two men Is such thai lo whichever Iho c-boice falls ih? congregation .will jive to him its united support In the tor- warding of the work bjgun by th? two cpngregallouE, and.carried to the lircic-ril consolidation with such suc- cess. u ions lu u" VAN'COUVEH, Feb. sirlke satisfactorily. It a man-is sacked, i 0[ operators on vessels onor- let him take a good look at his own I atinB from British Columbia ports has end ot the deal before he lays a com-: settled. 7he men hare been plaint against his employer. If he granted aCew schedule of wages call- iloes nol carry on properly on his for ?50 a mouth tar the first year gets fired, anil then.raises a horrible 0[ sen-ice and ?75 for lhe row' about the way returned soldiers j second anil thjril years. are treated, he ultimately brings dis-1 credit upon evCrj'one who tries to i help him. It. on the other there have been such man is given just treatment, he brings creilit upon himself and upon all organiza- tions which have tried to help him. NORWEGIAN SOCIETY FOR LEAGUE OF NATIONS CHRiaTlAMA, Feb. 3.--Tho coun- cil of tho Norwegian society tor a league of nations, whose president Is llr. Xansen, the Arctic explorer, has Xwice has been beltered OF ALL SIZES :VULCAN17FD lhe Famous Haywool System RE-TREADINO REPAIRINS By experienced Workmen All work guaranteed. Special Equip- ment for llinl Cul.Ilopalra. 6. RITCHIE 208 13th 6t. 8. car capaoily sarage i. PALACE GARAGE T. H. RAVEN Manager SECOND AVENUE SOUTH-PHONE 1837 O. H. STOODART Master Mechanic Ilo.uK.lfcll, lioshling. smote a homer wiln three men on tho runway. Kavanagh the only major l BASKETBALL TONIGHT In the City haskclball league aeries tonight the Bankers will play against Ihe Hovers. This Is the fourth game played for 't Ihe Bwarl, nip ami promises to be ono last encounter. In the junior league Knox and will fight It out between them. This league has proven itflolf one ot llio siirprlst'.s anil brings out 'f young players of Ihu future basfcclhall fleW. In lhe near future a meeting wtll he held lo determine the possibility of n Southern Basketball The game tonight will start at 7.31) o'clock sharp. UTS in vi j the bases fully tenanted. His hit in the National ot this kind was acquir- "a eil olt Jack Coombs, the Hills1 nev; ng i mnnaiicr, on Juno 4 of last Iluhe WarMell pitched s four-rnt .j1 game for the Alhlcltcs the Yankees In 1803 and ISOi, in which all A of New York'a wallops were procured t, by KM Blbertcld. i Lary Cheney hurled a Ihree-rilt game A! for this Cubs against Brooklyn in I8H, puzzllni! cvorybwly hut Wheat. Mj-cru of the A'r would liave bid r.o-hll cami! awlnsl Delrolt In l'A6 Mil for Gcorgo IWrna. The Tio- an two singles und a doubie. Stanlty Covcleskie of the Indiana was nickerl for singles by Ihe I thrcj TIgera who' faced him on Sep- (emtor 11, Vllt and Cobb -And lhat via oil the bits they ill! Eef Tynw Co. were to Every member of the league must give all other members canal rights of commerce and OKlablisli hy law maximum working hours for the pro- tection ot lhe working classes, Urabert nothschlld, a lead- Brussels banker, who allied In the formation of the Belgian relief commission, died In Parlp. Palace Vulcan zing Works Ono Block West of. Lelhbrldgo Hotel. RETREADING, BLOWOUTS, RIM CUTS. Palace Viilcan'zing Works has a number ot rctrcadcd tiros of all makes and sizes; also n largo assorlnionl of lubes for sale. Come In nnil look llwm.ovor. We are equipped to charge, repair or rebuild any make oi storage bat- tery manufactured. Sf.RVICr SIVIION 311 SEVENTH ST, PHONE 616 New Radiator Repair Shop OPENED Have been working on radiat- ors In tor 0 months. THE RELIABLE RADIATOR REPAIR SHOP George Fdrquhanon, Prop. Rear "B" The Tailor, St. 3, We Have a Full Line of Cold Weather Requirements Johnston's Freeze Proof, Robes, Radiator Gauntlets and Electric Heaters. BAALIM MOTOR Co, PACK OF UNION BANK A Poit Card Yeu'Ona of Our Hit ;