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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 10, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX TI1W 'IBTHBKflA'iK il HERALp MONDAY; FKBHUARYTO. 1919 "BRINGING UP FATHER" r By G. McM'anus V. Uohnaa SO, 51. 1'orry 7S, E. llulloclt IS. 73, 0, Ytnius 70, 11. ilaskvrvtUo 72, K. 1'erry 70.-J. 11." Knovi-ldeii Varry 66, I'rk-stly JO, K. Klpucu 58, W. llidpalli.51. J. -Marrs (V.I'etluul 48, M. Dt-lay-HA Averaso Physical Science, Oraito Fetter Blckpil II-Glass-62, A. Hanllo HoaaU'Sli.'K. Sloan Sl.'H.-Vau.ilaar- tem. 29.-Average R Jpncst71.' E.I Hurii 46, S. Kuui 45, A kltavU l..'cFelnslc-m 15. Average 17., 1 'CoffiVcisTt lon.'G rade" Commercial SS, A. lugr'am'S5. Ml SwItlvS4, J. Bixby S4, A. 15; O. Wilson Slitt T. Allan C7, X. G.elger 67. M: McAdoo K. T. Christie Fractio'CJ, ll'llemictl 01. II. iiowIn'CC, U. R6. siliiic UooJnwn'SI.'AvcraKe 7t, The Sport Page Lethbridge Fans Not Anxious to Dip Into the Pro, Baseball Puddle; Would be Case of H. C, of Fun CURLING of social and commercial Feb. couver longshoremen have decided, lo re'fUEO to handle any freight divert- ed from Seattle, on. account-of, ilio strike. They say that they-wUIOiandU; uny i-ar'Ho LhlH 'Is legitimately- Mr but tllat noth'InKnvilrbe put .-whore by thun-lhat Is i billed'tor or Saturday nlsht saw, two ot closest games of tbe season. C beating McLeod by one point. It loots as if halt a dozen western cities may hook up to revive the West- ern Canada league the coming sea- son. Fidtcr is in Blairtoore. bat be bust-up shots of Dick Andrews iu this uame being marvelous. McKenzie and i Aird had to play an extra end to de- TABER. Feb. a sinbbornly contested basketball same with Taber on their own floor. Ihe L'ardston team j came away wjth ;5c, !or; cr.il e! a ;'9- i 23 score Saturday night. K. Carlson j and M. Cahoun for Cardsian did good shooting. Harris for Taber looped 39 points. His foul pitching ivas excep- tionally good, netting Taber. 13 out __....... of the 25 points. The first half ended Mac wincing out. j 19 to 10 for Cards-ton. Taber got to- the hesrd about Pete anfi nil! being w-noiesaier5 played several games gelher iu the second half with a com- blllation that threatened to reverse and .will joia the conference oa Suu- Pele L'coks Tbings Over "I have bad a number of letters LeUibridge won't be in U- Tib burg had a couple of seasons of "VV. C. k. ball wh'ea were; considerably small- er than. we are now. Quite a number jrmn tne follows about said Df local sports dropped a wad of doush i Pele last night." and I thougat that an the enterprise, bat on the whole we I j Ka3 np here would loofc didn't lose aor Jiore than any other things over. It is the easiest tMng in city in the circuit. But ive lost'enough to make us plenty cautious. And just now we hardly, think we Vrant to' 'tackle, pro. ball The writer, Trim acted as secretary to the late C. J. Eckslonn the last year that "in small cities separated by Ions dis- t'ances. .Toe elabs seldom paid their j iiBseaameuU on time, and this was 1 about the least ot the troables. But now, Trith- railway rates skying-and i club rates cut out, ana with living costs out cf sisht, to pat a team-oa tne-road lor three weeks would cost a small fortune.) It may ba the patron- age would -warrant It, boi Te have OOT 'donbis. Certainly the magnates would jiave to figure on almost double the F Receipts former days ia order to and will return to town immediately i "gaiurdaj- afte'rnooB. of which the re-port will appear later. Monday Draw Fos Livie, Boyd vs. Clark, Baalim TS. Gray. Marnoch TS Caiberry. P.M. Xelson vs. McXabb. Freeman vs. Skeitlt. Aird vs. Shepherd. scores of the games Saturday night were as follows: Clark.......... 9 McLeod JleKenjfe......U Aird Skeitb......... S Gaddes the world to get a team as good or better tban ever played in Cal- gary, for, as you know, all of the base- ball players in the United States have been working lor L'ncle Sam. Kow that the war is over they are Jooking The possibilities ot such' proi'H through inda nt the preseiU.Kfase of Ku-slan 'development arc .regarded _ _ as enormous, due to litical fenneiit. ami the-almost .com- iptetc- breakdown of vail Iransiiorla.. ,mc knied ami1' an', cntlro I lion, foreign trade wlih Siberia is imsiness uiock is m finmcs 'as a result a standstill. Wliat will come in 0, R, nploslon at il'littsrlUe. futu.-c must be built up answ, and WK_ afternoon. Telephone and the society desires to lay early and lines are dowu'nnd no (By W. E. Pjayfalr, Otficli! Co-re5 ponder.'wllh t in VLADIVOSTOK. the Canadian officers and men enlerlainert at a concert and ball liy the Anglo-Russian Society, an orgati- secure tbe foundations for legitimate j are intcrnr..tional cointuerco as against the commercialized exploitation fromj- wbich Kussia, 1-iist and West, bas SERIOUSiRIOTING the score, but Cardslou rallied when [Cation dsrotcil to brlnEing about thc score siooil 2WS. and Sept their imderstandiDg and mc-o cordial lead. Veme SpaAraan. ot Raymond relations between British and Uus refereed. ild-l sians. The program at the concert was halt Uussian and half Canadian, ami at tbe dance the one-step and other figures familiar jo North Americans High school reports for ilie HveeWy held February 3, English Literature. Grade IX., B. Jf. Cheney SS, ,R. Bow-i, man S7. V. Daniel SC. A. Hagell A. SAX riotitig has occurred ,iu Tegndgalpa, the capital lioudunuh and the mill- isier of the lultrior, Prancisco J, Meiia, has been killed, ace'o'rding to 4 dlspatcli from Tegucigalpa. Hussia and passed ibrougli the latc- troublcus period, has a broader Junc- tion than one merely social. U bas at- 1 f get ibjv This is just oor private opinion about pro. ball. We would HSe to see It west again.. We would Ifte. to see Lethbriage in tie league. But 'not far a few years yet Pro. ball in: Western Canada just now would result 351 tbe High Cost of Fun which might lead" tc- a. postponement of the tinie 'when Ve can have the professional ar- Joe Price, writing in the Calgary Al- says about the situation in tibat birg: And the baseball has started to 'come to life! It's rather cold weather coldest of the the "rieather has nothing to do with the ac- tivity of this animal. 'f, It bas been showing signs ot liie for several weeks past, anil the.oldtime :fans have been talking thinss over, re-' Jailing some of the not old battles in f; tbe days by, I' 1- It was just al tbe psychological rnin- 6 'itte that Pete Standriage anB Bill Hnr- jl Jey arrived in town. Of course, Ve all 'i 3inow Pete and Bill. Their names are 'associated with baseball battles in of real sport. f'or two years these dia ,1 .rnond warriors, have been helping Un- it clo Sam build ships ia Seattle, playing baseball between- shifts, and on Snn- U iflay. It jast EO happened1 tbat they kriovr more about Canada than they ever did before. I had a well-known players speak to me in Se- attle before I came up could have signed them all iip, but I didn't have aaytaing to sign them. to. Easy to Gst "If the people here ?-ant baseball it would be an easy thing to get. the teams. I understand that Edmonton Is keen for baseball, while Jaw, Re-gina and Saskatoon are more inter- ested in -baseball than they ever were before. Hal and Lethbridge too, have been talking tbat is what I have been toi{ I came here. ''1 haven't gone into the thing very horcughly, but I don't see why it wouldn't be'possible to arrange a neat ready done a great -work, and is slillinian SS. W. Henderson at the commencement o( Us laSK. 55, K. Fsrraw 53. Avera i Hockey League will bold an important umler Its auspices, for instance, there (meeting at Montreal or, Saturday-for ,s about to he launched in Vladivostok S. 10 i OTTAWA, Feb. National U (meeting the purpose of -discussing arrange- English-Russian daily newspaper, menls for tbe 'play-off between the which alms to be a useful Introduction winners of the' iw3 sections of tbe of the Russian viewpoint to the Ens- season's !13sb resident, and vice versa. The league, alsb probably will fisj Those sware to any estent of col- upon suggestions for the slaying rules iossal. natural wealth ;'of- Siberia, its' scries at tbe fine'natural harbors, and unrivaled in- land system, will six-club circuit that would provide a [Saturday aiternon and tbe city took A centre ice spice of 55 feet. This settled coi i ftr the coast. I President -Patrick woult) agree to tho superlative importance six-man hockey for world's series in maintaining the Balance of power lake Three High Man For Winners 159 r jo r _. were introduced. 11 was an iuternation- Ahrens S5, K. Jones S5, S3, al evening of sons. C. Cracs SS, Grant SI. A. Ituffner This, EOCicty, oreanh'ed last sprinsl19" II, "otaan M. Hys- at the instance ot several yomig Ene- A' 7u'.P' lishmen spent, years, in a! Hill CS, L. Hicks 67. T. Andrew J. Dcnoon 61. D, Marshall at, Si. Uate-j 'S, W. Hender.-Dn 57. K. Owen i age 73. ,atm IX, U., Kebruary Mc- llvena 95, V, Viney S5, H, Kan- nard ,li, (Olandcr C. Sand- rnilst 91, M. Wardmnn S9, P. Taylor 87. Q. MeMakcn SI, E. Sellens SI, fl. Nolan SO. D. Urssubach 79, C. llorrls 73, C. Ursenbaeh Morrissey 73, V. Peterson 71, R. Mat-Queen OS, D. Seltzer 03, Whlttaker CS, M. Reid 6S, "G. JlcClaln J. Johnson 56., H, Kerr 52, tt. F'anl 15, M, Tc-mpkilis 40. L. McKinuon 37. Tiller-30, M, Scott ScOit 23. Aver- 1 future in order to have a uniform set the" Russian Far East.. The llussian i j McN'ultr 32, !of rules, thtKlgb the coast will sliclj FSar.East Forte iirovWc the outlet tpjage jj, 1 to the seven-man-system for its own all tbe world beside for tbc trade of a Literature, Grade "games, as public opinion there, among conHoent. Tbe task assumed by the 57, B. Am both players anl fans, is strong for Allies in their present ioleryentio Gray 77, EASTERN HATS CAPS DAD and LAD The City Bearcats and'tbe Bankers i l seven men. Besides the sii-man game, the coast raadc. The re! idereon SO, C.. Nelson 7S, V, iraust be looked upon as largely diplo-( gandqutst 76, A. Green ion of tangled st the Dominion Alleys on lows: president sugBests rule's as fol- the one means of providing a strong jjcDonald'-l ihulfer state in this rich and sparsely. A Aj ligb-grade of and it wouldn't cost as nluch to run a league now as t dirt then.' Tbe days of hold-up salar- es iu baseball are past. Park is tacking "The only drawback here that I can C is tbe Jack, of a good ball park. However, I feel sure that if the other cities want baseball that Calgary fans will not allow this obstacle to stand in their way." PeJe will remain in Calgary for -a few days visiting his old friends and possibly may go to Edmonton with Bill Hurley. 1, G. Wytaan 71, J. i Aitkln 6S, L-. Qunbarn son 67, eastern and western styles, the at domination here. j rj" xichols C2, H. Oalbraith 01, E.' Jeircats were solng strong. Derri- having a space of 70 fpet and the east In the unacmid ueriod that 55. T Biekell 51. L .Simpson 56, eott was high man with 152 toialand of 40." The penalty system as used in'elapsed since the revolution, Russians! j yan Haarlem 53, n. nercon sit, u. .vcisan is, v. B TV >i. B. ..WisegarveV 77, .M. Sbcr-ijJ WC Experiment M. Osthtnd 74. 73, .M. Klinn hree straight. The Snylocks could- would be a compromise between the of any en1 n't .seeoi to get away, OTTAWA IN INTERNATIONAL Feb. 7. The Ottawa Journal'Press "sport, writer says: developments in the Ottawa baseball situation were reveal- ed recently when announcement was made that the International Baseball league had offered a fraticfiise to a iboth came north on the same of Otlawa sportsmen. '1 HBIll bound.for bis homestead, and Pete j ''This statement ia dntrtly for a Msit among his friends -view o! campaign which.13 H Pete has.ahtays. had .a tender r.f Tor- ij 'spot in his heart for Calgary, and it baa long suspected 'that tbf-re 1 vwas a lady in the thai "is a ;l different slory. Fans Get Togeiher Pete and Bill arrived in Calgary yes- j ierday afternoon and they hadn't been i here users than two minutes before 1 Joey were discussing baseball with j aome of the oldtlme fans. Half a doz- in baseball leagues were organized in i many sninutea anl Calgary, ol cours as many minutes and Calgary, of was la all of tbe leagues. Look at This List Jack JHIler, Lloyd Turner, A. B. Julie Streib, to restrict tbe territory of uliaa Baseball league to Ihe "The Syracuse franchise in ibe In teroationa! circuit, which was operate? while .untry against the aggression, os s iIareVcave6 51, A. bavidsc nvious ppwsr that might c gang 66, P. eott vas ig man w toa an of e penay sysem as use n eaps sn e j yan Haarlem lancr 64. The scores: I the east for major and match fouls bare become divided to an extent that] 53, Morris 52, G. Uilhrop 1 Better WiSley-... Willis Duff Derricott CITY BBAHCATS 1st 2nd 19 K 10 27 81 4S am! i'u.U nenaltiei without .Eomo regard as almost hopeless. .111 S1_ c 49, B. Dlckont 44, W. Srd Til.! substitutes for minor' foiils' anrl; Ihc is admitted by Russians. Sj-nionds 41, C. llutton 40, W. Grant We Know How ANDY The Radiator Man 418 Fiitb SlreetS, lll.delavcd penalty system but themselves tbat many years n. Qarvey 40, E. Kipp 3-'. Average 7C; one "man" off at a lime, except in Ibe pass before the Russians will be in a. ,.j' 10 minutes of a game and In to stand upon their feet. 100, jcithsr politically or commercially. z VMm-aMl D. Smilh 100, B. ior or match fouls. 43 6S The Maiimallat doctrine, commonly Totals MacKay Thompson Dlacklock Dawson Maclean Tolafe 1S1 217 IUXKBBS TOURNEY jknown as Bolshevism, is rampant .H5_e06 FOR WESTERN CANADA amone the working class, and only, [utter experience of tbe manner .in; (jlnirch 96, E, Hamilton 94, n. Enflers- II. ..Church 30, K. Joluiton SS, 1st 32 15 41 Srd Til. YORK. Feb. of tbft executive comnr At a meeting'which the Bolsbeviki principle mmission of tho adherents will serve to 37 3C. 140 ROSS TO MEET CARSON IN EDMONTON AGAIN _ 65 i American Trap Shooting association credit and stamp it out In the mean- here-today arraBgements were made the anct other _cxploil- to have an army and navy week for n- lit ad of ticantnz 'Hc puti in trid Inilead of.lwiai his baUery chaijcJ. II( ncvtt a Hydrometcf made. Awi wTien Ki< battery wdamly cin't j-taluc ttvat It ha tieen grjulually dying from ntfilect wsi 1 t'i a to btUeye that ncRltct cny wlnout tuntfinic The Bone-Dry WJUn ___ Thieaded Rubber Irmilatica ta give unusual icrvice and tbnt Lite, but it must b< fceijt chatted, 6s4 311 SEVENTH ST.- PHONE 616 M No Doubt Your Car Needs Overhauling! GIVE YOU SATISFACTION AND GUARANTEE ALL 'yoiir.car will b4 overhauled under (he able supervision of our chic? eipert, Sir, Stofldart, formerly master mechanic of ft. 300 car capacity garaso )a Wlnnipeit of .renown sn'ccesi, CHARGES MODERATE PALACE GARAGE SECOND AVENOE SOUTH-PHONE 1837 ,T, H, BAVIN.., r C, H, STODDART Matter Mechanic OFFER TO TAIT TO MEET MITCHELL IN A PRELIMINARY TO BID CO ED.MO.VTON, Feb. Hickard baa wired Clonfo Tail, of Biimottlon, lightweight cham- ff pion of Canada, asking him to mtet nitchie Mitchell, of Mil- 't sraukee, in tbe preHmltiarles to tho Wlllard-Dempsey bout Tail Is rt-porteil to be favorably con- 'f sidcrlng (hi offer, MIIAVAUKKC, Peb, Con one time prominent welter- weight boxer, today was sentenced to three years at Fort on cm a charge of counterfeiting. He pleaded guilty to making bogus dimes. LEAVES FOR WEST OTTAWA. Feb. Henry Dray- ton, chief of the railway commission, will leave for where with Dr. J, o. Hufticrford, the new commissioner, he will hold t flittinffa, Riillierforil, who is at, present ibe west, has not j-ei allendei) any lings .of tho, board, OUR NAME !3 Bignlticaot. You can drjpend on our work- The Reliable Radiator Repair Shop Geosge Prop, D" The-TlrfTor, 5ih SI. S. Rear We Carry a Full Line of For Schaler and Sunshine Vulcanizcvs. Bolh round and oval, BAALIM MOTOR Co, BACK OF UNION BANK A Card Will Bring You One of Our Hamfjome 1919 ;