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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 11, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PARK SIX THE LETHnRlDO.E DAUA HERALD 'BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. :McManus O OtiE COIN' OOT IN THIS TOWN I CAN'T ONQEHbTWD Wttl WHAT OOE OUT OF THERE 1. MVEt, C AND I NIW tftE TH THEIR AS10 I OQIS't WANTXOU TOOEO LET NE OUT I O HAVE NO PLACE IF SH ME CUT LIKE THI IM THE OTt IT WOULD ALt. TUESDAY, I ly assured that the first (school building built iu Alberta woult' Igo up la nsyuiond. The minister ;uve, out tho Mca that the building voiHd be lompleleil and ready lor ichooi work tMe fall. .Hsymoml still U'ES Its "pool room" troubles. The council has repeatedly refused tho application of certain iu. dlvlduals to op-rate a pool rooiu, situ those samo individuals operate under the iiatuo cl a club. A" proposed basketball league for tho south U tho capital Ides. It means clean, friendly competition, together with the social development that comes from IL Tho people aro very enthusiastic over the prospects o( such an organization and will sup- port it whole liearteilly. The Spbrt Page IMG MI Local Club Endeavoring to line Up International Match for Tor sorna unknown reason it has bwn hard for local boxing- promoters to iine'ap the right man. to meet Serftt. Al Ross, the Lethbrldge favorite, this winter, and though' the fans 'are howl- ing their heads eilf for .a match noth- ing definite has yet been accompllsh- ed, However, there is ,a mill in the offing. Sergt ivto was to have met Ross here diys'aso, has 'evidently disappeared'6ft the face of tie, map tor he never answered either telegrams or letters addressed to him EtjEdmonton. Now, however, strings are mil for a good irmy or navy 165 pounder from sbntn ot the line. There .is understood to ta a string of the In Spotane.and the to-, cai club Jj getting in touch, with. them. If of good bpye'from Camp. Lewis Great Lakesinavsl train1 ins station can be induced, to-pome hereto represent Uncle Sam Egainst -be'i hummer match and a hummer of a'crowd, too. Spokane is coming right to the front .in tie boxiug game again as are so U- S. cities .and with Cat- gary'and EdincnCdn in line once'mortf Lethbndge should be in a more suit-' able posMon lor obtaining first class liien. There this about tlf local situ- ation, Bee- DO fighta nmtil two welt matched men are Imed tip over'the tea. ronnd route- That has always been .the aim of the local clnb who telleve It is better to have .no mills at all unless they are good ones. Word received Irom'.Spqkaae': in a few.'dnys and ah announcement "may then be expected. In the meantime Ross is in training In Calgary for a retura 15 round bout with Careoa at Edmonton on March. 6th. BOWLING TOM1GHT Tonight the Herald and the Bankers, will clash ati 7.5a In the Five Pin Lcasut.1 They will be followed by the Mechan- ics and the Barbers. Last night the Bankers and the Do- minions of the five pin league staged a game of teh pins, the Bankers win- ning the first and second by narrow nwBins'but'droppiug the third by 17. The scores: MacKay O'Connor ._ Daws'on Blartlock Ivans 177 463 ..'SO 126 149 15S 146 :3S 514 1ST 596 Totals 751 184 Dominions lohnston Shover 135 141 153 US 173 1S3' 143 485 421 1S3 Totals 750. 781 BASKETBALL _ The Tigers and Bankers frill meet for the first time since .-the league started' from previous this should be a dandy. The-Jurilbr game win bebstween the Wesley and Latter Day 'These hoys hare been putting. up, great games and no one should. rnlss this one.'.- The senior team plays at Cardston on Thursday and a high school team is also.'helng taken to play the Card- High School. A meetlnj of representatives Jrom tbo' south towns Is being held at 4 o'clock1 Saturday to or- ganize 'a Southern Alberta Basketball -Tho. 'game will start at 7.30 sharp lo- marrow night and everybody is wel- come. KNASE TO COACH CUBS CHIOAGO.j Feb.. Knabc, veteran'baseball star, will return to tho Chicago Cubs as coach this sea- son. President Pred 'Mitchell was that1 KnabBj .who, ia in business'; IB TPblladelpbia, with "Kid" manager of the Chi- cago AraericaTis, had arranged his affairs io.tnat he could return to the Chicago, Xitlonsls. TORONTO, Feb. preval- ence" of gambling at sportias events was depreciated oy Secretary W. J. SmUH'at the annual meeting of the Ontario branch "of the Amateur Ath- letic "Union'of Canada on Saturday, and aTnotion congratulating'the mor- ality department of the Toronto police force in their ettorts to stamp out tbe evil Tvas carried. 'f The memhets snowed their approval 01 the daySight saving unani- mously adopting a resolution that the branch place, itself on record, in fa- vor of the bill, notice or motion ro the next annual meeting of the Union adopted by the Manitoba branch asking for the reinstatement of professionals who have ,served overseas did not meet with the approval of the delegates anti the .'meeting went on record as stat- ing that, in their opinion, (he resolu- tion, wag iaJunJcable to tie best inter- ests of the union and that this-branch spirit of the i-Mani- toiba resolution. PHILLIES MAY TRADE LUDERUS Hit Chance to Manage Minor League Clubf Ferd Luderus, who has played sen- sational bail iorine Philadelphia team for several years, is a bit up In Ihe air about hla 1619 berth. Phillies have notliled Fred that he is under reserve and held to that club, hut there have been rumors ot trading him to eome other team. Luderus has had to manage minor league clubs and would like to know where he stands before the chances Blip away. 'Reports here are to the effect that Happy Felech will not maice the Hike he did last year and play semi- pro hall. Happy Is getting ready to hook up with the champion White Sox again and help Kid Olsaaon land another Hag. (.CONTINUED That interest in junior and inter- However, Mrs. McKinney wanted to see this state supervision extended ro the cases of girle over IS ywrs of age, for it was'in the highest in- terest of the state Ih'at tfcte protection should he afforded. Also there were many women In goals who might be made move respeclable and self-sup- porting. Health Department Another wordofpraue was accorded the government's public health depart- for the excellent work done dur- is the rectiit In.luenza epidemic throughout the province. Again she gave praise to the medical men and the nurses in general, but she spoke with eloquent reference to the noble- work performed by the teaching pro- the government's public I Well Attended Meeting tor lhe excellent work done dur- v, ,j ling Ihe receut In.luen (o Gen- eral Meeting fession ot the province who went in present were Judge Jackson, Canon jed. or McMiHen, R. P. Wallace, J. Davidson, scaeme thal Corked to such line ad- W. P. Craig, Join H. G..Long, when.the test c.-imo. Dave Hume. .Messrs. Johnston Ithls Eame .Iln.e 'oouglit, hon-ever, and JIcKIllop rcptesentin; the Scouts iMl'5- objected to nurses in and several others representing dif- being made to work twelve ferent organizations.- The'junior sport question was discussed from every angle, and it va3 the decision of the meeting that, tm the formation of a central organization to direct all sports is the riiy there shcsld be 3 junior department which would look alter junior and intermediate sports in all branches. The result of lhe meeting was that ihe chairman appointed.a committee hours a day, when they needed so much time for rest and. study, Safeguard Mrs. (McKinuey hoped, that legisla- tion would be brought about tor pro- viding better'housing conditions for closely- wording girls, and for supervising more rigid- ly in the interests of the general health the eattng'places qt the lirov- of sii to represent tho cause" of junior" i The minister ol education was paid snort at'the eeneral meetine To hft sport at the general meeting to be culled later. It was suggested that Judge Jackson call the ge'n.eral-meet- irig within two weeks if possible, tor the purposes of organization. He promised to do this. The members of the committee to represent junior sport ars Messrs. Manbey, Craig, Johnston, Booth, Davidson and Canon McMllIen. Tha question of grounds.fs a live Canon SIcMillen reported that Commissioner Meech'was ready .to put In .shape'half a doietf fields if the gro'und could be got These would be tor practice and junior games. BETTING GOLF'S' BAD FEATURE Warning Issued That Practice May Ruin Sport 'A question thafis confronting tha wiseacres ol golf and which they aro seriously asking themselves about, is whether the Quollty ot sportsmanship ia golf is lowering or not. The "sport of kings" has.always been called the gentleman's game, not because It was mostly the rich who plajtil It, hut be- cause of tbe true brand of sportsman- ship displayed by those engaging in it At present It Is a serious question whether there la creeping into the game a slaying element "who place winning above all other value to he derived from it. The tellowshlp'of a foursome made up of congenial, fel- lows is more lo lie desired than any- thing else, notwithstanding tho grest good derived from.tho exercise lhe game affords, In these days, tbera Is creeping Into the game a desire to bet more or 'less oh the outcome. This has brought with it also the tempta- tion to late advantage o( niany lit- tle things that are contrary to ths rules of the game. This condition Is one- that fs growing, not Iccefning, and one which go'.f authorities may have to wrestle with at some future time. Tne rapid growth o'J golf has had much to do with this condition, and as the game will gniw still morn rapidly, It Is well that golfers Ihtok about what the future Is (o bring forth with tho fervent hope that this" royal and ancient game will continue to be, in all the coming years, what It has been In the past, and that the high grade of sportsmanship will tho ultimate aim of all who play It. tribute for the advanced system ot the province, hut there must he a TC- formation in the school work to Bake it more etfective'._ Women school in- spectors: should .tie appointed; the primary grades should have their spe- cial inspector as well as lhe high schools; kindergartens should he pro- vided tor eactTcnd sirechools; ade-. quite and schools should he established primary', pnblic'BchooIs, hi'sh schools and rural and the.publip schools should afford a enrriculuni that vouti tit the graduating pupil for tho 'duties' ot practical life) and In the rural schools especially tor the business of agri- culture. "We in Alberla have much to be proud of In the way our government has looked after the education of thfe said Mrs, SfcKlnney. "Bull must all realize Uiat this -work has been carried far enough yet. Vt'af condflfons and problems are pasl, 'and it duty lo look .after the educa- tion of the foreigner to thai he may become a citizen ot Canada In fact and aspiration as well as in name. The Liquor Traffic Mrs. McKinney censured the govern- (From Our Corrosootiilenl) RAYMOND, Feb. carnival put on in the second ward meeting house by the ward and the auxiliary organizations was a phenomenal suc- cess from the standpoint of amuse- ments, attendance and the money sMe. The committee can surely be congrat- ulated must feel very proud ot the success, its efforts have been Immen- sely rewarded. Tho net proceeds will reach beyond the 51000 mark, although only 5400 "was the aim. The members of the auxiliary organisations gave freely of their time, money and mater- ial. The kitchen alone brought in un- q-arda of from meals anil lunches. The fUhlug ppnd turned over more than and the bazaar an equal carnivals success and In connection with the carnival committee Messrs A. Dalil, A. B. Scovll and T. o. King wish lo thank nil who did anything towards tha carnival. The money thus raised is partially spent, the ward members have already- put a hard maple floor In the audi- torium, where parties and socials can be held, and they contemplate palm- ing tho building on tho outside, im- proving its appearance anil It attractive on the inside. Sid Reeves who has been In England and France for three years back in naymond again. Miss Mury Harker of Ihe public school staff was'very agreeably sur- prised last Saturday, .when a crowd of her old friends from Mngralh stepped In. A very enjoyable Use was bad. .Young Jess O'Brien is tho uew banker, he regularly appears behind the bars tn the Bank of Montreal. Mrs. A.. W. Kirkliam just returned from-Utah, where she spent most of the winter missing the summer weath- er we have had here. Sir, A. YV. Kirkham who lias been coufined to his home for several weeks is around again. amount. The dances contributed I'' .something like S120. while, the garoo Court delved into the hundreds. Tbe latter method was the most ef- ficient with the least expense anil cere- Mfss Elten Hofmes, who has been teaching school In. Beaver, .Utah, u to speai1 the rest 0[ the Council Meeting ucieiu wun me least expense anu cere- The town council met Thursdav mony, fines ranging from one sou up Qlsht, Slayor Pack .in the chair, and to }20 was imposed, nnd the prisoners a Tull council present. The nay roll turned the money over'to the judge was passed and.a few other bills or- "wlthout a yeop." Next, to tho court, Jered The petition circulated for interest came the auctioneering ot asking the council to grant a pool a sheep. The animal had been rafi'led room license to-Mr. Jess Secrelst was off, but the one who hold the .lucky turned down. To insure a greater wat- number gave It hack to the committee, er supply trom Iho well south of the then It was put up for auction, each town, the council accepted the tender bidder paying only the amount he bid of Skouson and Hiwkens to enlarge above the previous bidder, tha last the reservoir, capacity of the well. The bidder taking the animal. At the be- town hall is to he repaired, painted ginning of this D. Powelson and O. anew and given a thorough "spring King were the heavy contestants, then the crowd began.looking for the J last bid, ilf. King dropping out and Delxiss Lunil entering, when appar- ently'lhe auctioneer was going to knock it down, Mrs. Joe Nielsou and lira. W. B. -Nalder. bid for the last bid but'.the crowd still had enough (o send the lone then 171.50 before H was flnilly we mu not be knocked down to Willie Anderson. This sheep alone brought in 11.20. There were three tons of coal given away la separate lots to the ones'Who guessed nearest to the.weljht pieces of coal at 25 cenU per guess, These' netted the committee upwards of Articles too numerous lo metitlon were. Bold in manners unim- aginable for several times tbeirvalue. Bill Card seems lo have held the lucky miraber more than any other one per- Enq, besides sharing In one of the tons rf coal be won the calf and the sheep. Bishop Evans U well pleased with Ihe let enforc cussing U :ement. s mer- -No Doabt Your Ctr Needs OTerhauling! W? CAN GIVE YOU AND GUARANTEE ALL WORK '-Your car will be overhauled under .the ablo supervision 'cl our chtef expert, Mr. Stodiart, master mechanic of a 300 car cmptdtr.garate in renown succesj. CHARGES MODERATE PALACE GARAGE SeCOND AVENGE 1837 T. H. ItAVCN c. H. 8TODOART ROWLAND BUYS MILWAUKEE AA TEAM CHICAGO, Teh. How- land, former manager of the "W'hjlu Sax, has purchased tho MlfVaukea 1 club of tho American Association, ac- [cording to reports recefrtil here to- day. The purchase price Is said to have been J75.000. Ttay Scbalk, White Sox calcficr, said to he associated with Holland, "Z can not verity (he report, hut'I hope It is President Hickey, of tne Americas Asaoclatioa, said, ment with some severity when .touch ing upon the Liquor Ai This act. without its, touched every phase of economic life, and Ihe fact that the people by an overwhelming majority voted It on the statute books showed that Its enforcement was expected. By fall- Ing to enforce it the government had forfeited their right to the confidence of the people. While appreciating that the problem of suppressing the illicit liquor traffic was most seriona, Mrs. StcKlnney pointed out that the sue- Cfss of Ian-breaking In this phase of provincial life led to general viola- tions of older laws. Don't Blame Police The Influenza epidemic might have Increased Uie solo of Hqtror through vendors, as was contended, but It did not account for the actklty of the cootlesgsrs during the period anil afler. However, MM..McKinney did net blame Die provincial pollco force, nor did tnt censure tho police "rtm- mission In particular for the Jack of enforcement. She realized that the police were Insufficient In number and tliat Ihe policy ot the commission- er had failed. If the. law was weak Iho government it The one outstanding fact was that the law should be enforced or tho credit of the prorfnctt would suffer, IS Ihero was a determined effort to suppress the traffic sho would assure the gov- ernment of the heartiest support, jjlow objected to the onus ot the enforcement ot the Uquor Act In Ihe cities being placed oh tho city police, when the government, only al- lowed tho cities 33 per cep.L.ot the lines colleutrt. He oljo prolesleil egainst the municipal tax, sup- plementary revenue tax as being un- fair measures of im- posed Increase In the tcftjihono rates o( tho government was anolhnr In- stance of the urban centres being hard hit by croi'Uiclal Then tlicro (he Factory Act that the last legislature had been called upon to ratify during the final hours of the session, a measure that had proved most injurious to general business In (he province. The member for South Calgary said that as an examining doctor he had teen amazed at Ilia narober of men, particularly miners, who could not read the English letters Sn the eye tests. Yet these foreign miners were receiving from iiO to a day, while at Ibo samo time teachers were oblig- ed to accept less for a month's work than tho miners received a week. Mr. Weir referred to bis opposition to tJie conscription measure of the federal government In the last elec- tion, pointing out that he never ob- jected to enforced military duly, but he wanted (o see the conscription of wealth at the same time. Then there was the case of the absolute disre- gard to the clrll Jaws of the province by tha military authorities. Alberta had harrowly averted slipping into an hb'yss o! civil commotion at that time. H was exceedingly dangerous that the civil laws of a 'province or a state eliouM be overridden by the.miiltta. "Every child In province known that the enforcement of the Liquor Act Is a declared Jtr. Weir, flow- ever, he admitted that he did not know what solution to offer lor the eupprctslon of the (raffle. The. ser- ious thing involved was the disregard shown (or the law. OUR NAME Is ftlgnldcanl. YOJI can depend on our work. The Reliable Radiator Repair Shop Firquhinoit, Prop. "6" THe 5th St. S, A committee' was appointed (o get all the.enlistments from Raymond aud make a ner honor rail. .-Each' spring-Binc'e the war began the iowrrhas lost money by cleaning the town ditches, but now the council propose! to tai, each lot from 25 to 50 cents more. council Authorized either the repairing of.the'.pld fire fighting ap- paratus or the purchasing ot some new material. from the old King garage to Dr.- Oreenway's residence, Is to have nearly double the light It has heretofore had. Tho council authorized the borrow- ing of the Bank of Mon- treal to carry until fait. 'Mayor Pack, while'In Edmonton, In- terviewed the minister of public works re the building ot the school of agriculture this'year, and was definite- AUTO TIRES OF'ALL SIZES VULCANIZED ,By Famous Haywood System RE-TREADING ft REPAIRING By experienced Workmen. All work guaranteed. Special Equip- ment for Rim Cut Repairs. R. P. RITCHIE 203 13th St. S, Opp. Ellijon Mllli Palace Vulcanizing Works Ono Block West of LelbbrldKo RETREADING, BLOWOUTS, RIM CUT9, Palaco Vulcanizing Works haj a number, ol retreadcd tires ot all makes end sizes; also a large assortment, of tubes for 'sale. Come in and look over. MAY ABOLISH RESTRICTIONS OTTAWA, Feb. abolition, of tho restriction against private tly- lug in Canada Is advocated in'a letter which tho Aero Club of Canada haa addressed to Major-Gen. He'.vburu, minister of inllltla. Tho communica- tion states that this is necessary 1u order, to provide opportunity lor the Immediate eucouragement end de- velopment ot commercial aviation In Canada. RESUME CONTINENTAL EXPRESS Keb. French and tho German-Austrian governments through their representatives haVo reached an agreement for the resump- tion ot fast train service between Paris, Vienna and Bucharest, accord- log to the Vienna Neuo Frele.l'rcsso. A MURDER CASE WASHINGTON, Feb. Sun Wan and his brother, T. D. Wan, students at New York Uniformly, were formally arrested yesterday In connection with tho murder of Dr. T, T. Wong, C. Hr.le and Ben Zen officials of the Chinese educational mission to the United States, whoso bodies were found at tho mission's headquarters here on the night of Jan: 31. FUB SALES NEW YORK, Feb. of closa to J760.000 yesterday brought the to- tal, for.five days at tho fur auction to approximately REACH GERMANY WEIMA11, Fob. 1, (Associated former residents ot Alsace, including Major-Gen. former Prussian, war minister, have, ar- rived In" Weimar. Potody U CoJf We Don't Experiment We Know How ANDY The Radiator Man 418 Fifth StrwtS. WiHSU SLRVICE STATION On, Jhe Wrong Track Sometimes you hear a man iay