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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 6, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PA OF. srx THE T1U1USIUY, FKH1WAUY 0, "BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McMamis IW fi The Sport Pa Local Bowlqrs Take Three Matches From Barons Crew In Fine Style H -oji n regular high-binder ot a Freestone, "with 74 in hia second game. night-' n.t ihe Dominion alleys last set up tie high single rsniti tie eight Ihp Barons Millionaires evening. are the scores: came down with their trundling crevf to knock Ihe spots off the local pin iopplers. they brought their two-man BAHQNE Ut Hatfield team and their fiveman team, and w. ijroore irere all ready to clean up. jfcLellan Id lhe two-man eveat between Kul- Kulpas pas and Stark of the visitors and: stark Derricott and Slokes of the locals, the barons had cleaned up Ihe local JTotmls duo by 40 pins. With this big handi- cap the locals had to and to catch up. In the rery 40 -15 5T 37 2nd 43 4P 5S 5T 45 fteial correspondent with the Cinnrtii glad to welcome your return, ami to (From Oiir Own POKEMOBT. Feb. gophers ST. }OHX, N'. B, Feb. 6. With ?arly 100 delegates present, lhe Can- adian Lumbermen's Association mot here louay In annual session ia Ihu Board of Trade TLo annual ad- dress of Iho lumbermen's retiring .pre- sident, W. G. Vower, of St. Lacotubo, (Jue., iviiG a featuro of the opening session. He referred to lhe part Can- ada's lumber Iradc had played In Iho ivar and 10 IU taak during iho recon- struction period, lie thought all re- kUous should now bo removed and trade mado free. LI includes the matter ot school ac- commodation, (he providing of proper playgrounds and Ihelr equipment to- gether .ivlth tho supervision of One thing that has need lo cause soni'j anxiety however. Is the attendance ot the pupils nt U is a known fact lhat tho Provincial gov- ernment make a llnanclal grant to each school on cerlaln conditions. Otto of those conditions Is that the attend- ance is mainained at a certain num- ber. Last month the number fell be- that required by the Dept., ivhich may mean iLc loss ot a large amount jof moiu'y in iho grant, which that there will have to he an iiiL'reJso J iu tho tax ratw lo meet the deficiency, {SUM Ihey cry keep the taxes down. Then from the child's standpoint al- temlance is cssutitiul. Otto of Hit1 aims of an education is lo fit lhe child (n obtain a decent livelihood; so tho figures of cxperls tell us that every school is lUilo dollars 3rd TU. 1391 Tho game between Knoi and Wes-Uhe Hudson's Bay Company. In this from Communication all the company's for- liltle' mer eniployees on war service are in- evidently forgotten that wo nro "1C so also every day that assist you in every way in your plans Cf public Informitilon lo the cliect; still in lhe winter months as they is kept cut of school tho seen, lit larya numbers of chfU ilsclf Is lhe loser'by nine ilol- [Inrs. From Iho teacher's standpoint -......Wiltsc motored to ts Important. Some nar- forces this mtsygs of gool cheer has, deaths, due to .mostly pneu-1 last week rciiiainlns over the complain that lhe children arc been sent by GbvernonKiiider5ley of i nionia. following influenza. [end. j "ot making lhe progress In their tlul- rninilfll yo way m your pia'15 tor of PtiWte information lo the effect; in Ihe LUlllflV Hi I Ul i r tfie that since the first ami second dlvi- i have been j ml )M IB Im I Tc> al! war vctcrans tho Uiul son's sions and the corps troops came into late. i ll UH I fcw Bedford, Mass., outboxed Matt Brock of Cleveland, In a ten-round bout here tonight. Referee Polls awarded the fight to Brltt OD a fool In the ninth round, but after con- siderable argument the fight was al- lowed to proceed at BrIU's request. Declares He is in iamest i Negotiations to Fight Dempsey LAWRENCE, Kans, Feb. told that Jack Dempsey's manager and Rickard, pro- moter, had reached an agraement for Dempsey- to oppose him in a coultst for tho heavyweight pionship, Jess WilJara expressed his approval. "That shows whe- ther Bickard and I are in earn-, the champion said. "Now I can start training." r, public interaction: I place a slrong protest and If Ihe'board has been on the slaff of Canadian csls, then the people themselves corps headquarters continuously since should take such action. the spring ot 1817, Is now on leave In j Mr. P.'Phillips of Lelhbrldge was a ;land and will not likely return tOjVisitor in town over the week end. corps. Just before he left here he 1 Mrs. A, W. Bird ot Birdaholm re- iented the battalion colors to tbc turned on Tuesday the 13th Highlanders ot week with friends In t. 1 L.tne t. and the 14th -Mr. jf. tillborn was a Tlsitor in you were empioyed .fa stores !Monlreal receive lhe lull benefit of bonus now being paid bythe'company (o its employees in consideration of the present advanced cost ot living. Tfease address your application with copy of discharge note and rnedi- ,t J cat certificate (o: "If you were employed ia Bow H. E. Burbidge, Van- courer, B. C. "If you were employed iu the land department or in the fur trade depart- Chief Factor-.. Thomson, Winnipeg. NEW YORK, Feb. 5. Hal first baseman of the Cin- cinnati dab was today acqoitted of the. charge of attempting to In- fluence, the result o! baseball "gamss last summer. President John A. Hejdler, of -the leagae, rendered the decision after a week of etpdy of the evidence submitted by the otflcers of tho club and that offered by Chase In j Inland Sunday and Monday, Fte, K. Daren wllo has been Invot- VAXCOUVEH, Fob. great majority ot the returned soldiers will como back Found in boJy anil mind f and on the whole will be better- citi- zens for having been overseas, it remains for the people of Canada to put into effect a concrete action, adcd home from Franco arrived on Tuesday's (rain. Mrs. Doren Journeyed to Calgary lo meet her husband anil returned with him. Pie. Doren was wounded last Sept.. on lhe same day as two other nf the Foremost boys. Ths elevators he-re aro now pre- pared to sell seed wheat to all farm- ers needing seed as long as lhe supply lasts. School .-Matters At (he meeting of the public school board held on Saturday some pro- gress was made In the formulalion'of the program to be carried out Ihis year with regard lo school matlerj. Northerners Anxious io Inter-City Tourney Within Short Time (Frr.m Oil ORION, Feb. annual meet- ing of the local U. F. A. held at Orion on, Jan. 23th. Ths first business to elect officers for the comins year. Mr. Smiley was re- H of appreciation they .eiederl Mr. M. J. Rogers, havf. ,Jcen maW Curing the past Hold vice-president; Mr. C. Shervey TC- foiip vcm B0 (hat lhe men elected secretary-treasurer for the jyflar. The seven rtirectora'ejecte'i for H. L. Dunham, C, Uarby an> may be given tho opportLsnity of fur- nishtnp the hachbone which this Do- minion appears to need." This sentiment was expressed at llic: ft t, year It wouldn't ho a bail Idea If tho j !'r033. TONIGHT Tonight at the Dominion al- loved by tis Outlaws and liar- jn the live-pin league. provincial tcurnament Wea were re- Dowlln? 13 realiy Iho of the JtPil frtftdc by lhe SoclaJ Service League (pt laxily in (he enforcement of the gathers around theiKqurfr and morality laws In the city 1in nipM'? pulling the rcsponsAbility up to only sport in (his season for mail Tiifiaday night the Unin the police commlRMon. owVog to the summer weather which Ovnf a .Thfl mayor sftW that since laWng leys lhe Clerks and Mechanics prevaHcil ami many new bowlers hft" lo mske another trip Into town oWco.jU company with two of the vri'l at to >be fol- have taken op the game. nex- to sort lading minlstou of Kilmonion, anil oia the Tirgc amount or mail the with n guWo, he mafic n tour1 of same night. ihe rcnortfi, some of them kept by I Tho contimwil mlM wither Is help- women, iclitre ther Iliniw for sale, AUTO TIRES OF ALL SIZES VULCANIZED By Kamoils Hnv-rnnd System RE-TREADING REPAIRING JJy experienced .Workmen, All work guaranteed. Special Equip- ment for Rim Cut Repairs. R. D. RITCHIE 203 13th St. S. Ellison Miffs Palace Vulcanizing Works One BlocJs West of Lclhbrlrfgcs pETREADINO, BLOWOUTS, RIM CUTS. Pr.laco has n number ol retrculetl (Ires of all makes ami sfzer, also a largo aaiorlmonl (if inbcs (or aaic. Conic In and look over. We Don't Experiment We Know How ANDY The Radiator Man 418 Fifth StreetS. j. We are equipped to charge, repair or rebuild any make of storage bat- tery manufactured. illard .SI.RVICE STATION 311 SEVENTH ST, ft. PHONE 616 No Doubt Yonr Car Nerds Overhauling! WE CAN GIVE YOU SATISFACTION AND GUARANTEE ALL VlOHK Your car will be overhauled under tho able supervision of our chief expert, Mr. Btoddarl, formerly master'mechanic of a 300 car opacity garage In Winnipeg of renown success. CHARGES MODERATE PALACE GARAGE SECOND AVENUE T. H, PHONE 1837 0. H. GRINDING AN AXE MON'THKAU Feb. 5, Pr Caldorof the National Wrn M, Imlay., f.iirt that he was more than con- L vinced that the attacks on t.Iio -IA dlr-n? and on the N. II. L. in ih-? Tor- i GREB K. O, most of their had evidence of I been secured. ipors was ly i who have gti STETCHER LOST i OVER Jha., Fob. i of won a tecfmlral i knockout IK re tonight over Tycn How- i Ian Js, of when the Inltor Stelclier lost n hfintl match hnra last nfghl, agroe1 to ihttii; .iohn Krebt-rs tvrlcfc in D mlnutoe, but couln nfll obtain a aingl iu...........ti Tall. lo use Ms famous vcls-1 ,iu'nrt. "iwclors'wiTo'cili'minc'Htic Mil' Bora wera coimlcrctl hy waukeo honor t M they found no our who used Iho loe hold (o gooil injury, hut ihcy vanlage, J have bcca hurl a "'lcn cn-round bnn norland's daim wss lhat ho was'hll ,ow ,nilhe anrf >01lld ihe ,ho May; New Radiator Repair Shori OPENED ficcn worfcfng On orA fn IjCthtjriilRft tor G months. THE RELIABLE RADIATOR REPAIR SHOP George Farquharsort, Prop. "D" Thft Tailor, Slh SL 9, We Have a Full Line of Weather Requirements Johnston's Freeze Proof, Robes, Radiator Covers, Gauntlets ancl Electric Heaters, BAALIM MOTOR Go, BACK OF UNION BANK A Will Brlno You Ono of Our Handsome ;