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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 12, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta taoesit K LliTHBWftGB. DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY. FEIHWAIVY 'BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. Me Manus DiONT MEET ME- LUCWUV TVO HOUR'S OR I WOULD HAVE THERE ALL THAT TIME. ILL HER A PIECE OF MX VJH6M WE ONE HGUf? UM.FLATE A LITTLE fMON TIME BUT NO ME VIWDIN TI-VAV- The Sport Page Organize Sport Body Here Soon .5. Machinery Is Already in Motion It now loofcs as it a ivere to ba raaiJe ia the right di- rection to get sport on the proper level in Letlibridge again. Thosa most vitally interested In jacior sport held a meeting aud have unanimously agreed iiat they should fall In mth anything thai is done iu a gener- al "way. They wish fcowever to have a sub committee appolutecl special daty it will be to see that junior and intermediate sport Is given every attention. And it left to Jydga Jackson to call meeting of all interested for the organiza- tion of a Athletic As- sociation. No better man could be named. He nil! have the support of erery organization in the city, "Tie sngges'IoD has been made fey 'some members of the Great War Veterans litai a preliminary meet- ing to arrange for the general or- 'ganization meeting should be held some kind ot yrosTzm coulcS be mapped out. This is a good idea ;too. We note that the Callies hara sent forth ihe call to hat.Ie. Now Srait to hear Irom the S.O.E. and the Overseas crowd and the rest. The Veterans are anxious to line up a senior football team. It be- gins to look as If Jliere he teams at least and probably 'eight in the senior football league, Just vrbat "Will be doing in jun- ior sport is not known as yet but it is likely there viiii a junior school baseball league.and likely a football league. Then there will he Intermediate foobtall and base- ball leagues in which it Is hoped to interest Ins boys from la to IS have Just left school and irfio are not linked up with any felnd of organization. {Whether lacrosse is going to get a foothold depends greatly on what the Janfors are ready lo do. Bnt it is a grand old Canadian game and would furnish, a lot of sport if it could be helped along. We notice a mention in a. re- part regarding junior sport that irgby will HXcIy be tried iu ibe 'all. That's a.step in the di- uctioa i ethbYidJW bns never seen ruebjv the greatest ot ail autumn game's. It is hardly likely that coalii get senior rugby but it two or three intermediate teams conld be organUed and the game taught the boys it wouldn't be long before. Lethbridge would be able lo put a senior leain in the field. By, the way, are the golfers as a. club going to paddle their own canoe, or are they going to hitch up with the central It is imc that they already have their grounds and a good member- ship, hut why should they not af- filiate? Some day all outdoor sports in will concen- trate at Henderson. Park. The golfers should help lo eut sport in general on the map Hi Letli- bridge aud hurry along the day when interest -Brill be so keen, that the .development ot the athletic parS at Henderson Laka will be necessary io meet the demand for grounds.- Barbers and Bankers go Down in Five Pin Small Scores Rit-kard Secures His Signature, and Now is Looking For Fight City NEW YORk, Feb. Rlckanl who has promoted a world's heavy- weight bout betweeu Willartl anil Jack Dempsey, se- cured the signature of Dempsey to the articles of agreement today. In order that there would be no legal flaw in the agreement nickarrt and Dempsey and the laser's manager, Jack Ktarns, crossed ths Hudson riv- er and signed the articles in the ferry house at Weehawken, X J. A. number of newspaper men were pres- ent when the were signed antf the witnesses who signed the agreement were Ike Dorgan and Jack Skelly. a former feather-weight champion. Tlie trip lo Xew Jersey was made to avoid a possible violation ot the laws of the slate of New .York if the signatures were affixed lo the papers in this city. Derapsey left tonight to begin n six weeks' theatrical tour at Unionport Pa. Before he went he said to Rick- ard "There is oobody other than Jack who has any claims on my services. Kearns is my manager, and any arrangements he makes for roe satisfactory to me, ami I ivilf The Herald mntJe it tbree straight from the Bancorp, while the Mechanics took two oui ot three from the Uarbers In the scheduled games to the Five Pin League at the Dominion alleys last light. Xono of the bowling was ot the fancy order. In fact il de- cidedly under the usual mark. The Herald crew got one iOi) game while the ilechanics trundled 509 in their second encounter, Thompson Irish man for the Herald with 147 and Igh single game Vith Schweitzer with 120 was high single foV the Mechanics but was beaten out for the honors in this game by Mulva- ball of the Barbers who rolled 127. Hopper with 67 was the high slugle game for the night. The scores iBHM 1Ute. tli 9l I Btrmitk OctlT. I Ut> UM tt Ha. I wtak, liin and 7oa ccufJ r.ot 11 sheets, 3 prlvato property bags, 24 handkerchiefs, 12 pair socks. 'PEG BONSPIEL ON WINNIPEG, Feb. 31st sn. nua) Winnipeg bonsplel opened hero In earnest loday. In spite ot sod Ice, a number of good games wore played and the 'sjilel is now well under way. The temperature has been rising since Sunday thero has beqn hard- ly nny Irosl for 3C hours. Tho ice I consequently very heavy. The fore- cast is tor some cold weather lomor- m tho land, but is only energy out ot said Miss MacAdoms. program was awaited from tho government which would be broad enough to meet all ojinorlunilice ami! ii was announced here yesterday. Tim lo remedy impending evils. Tho ar- steer, which was raised by Purdue Uni- roies at the front had never failed vcrsity, was sold to a Chicago packing Canada, and it must nol be said that firm The dressed beet has Ihe government failed to obtain a vic- tory in peace ultcr one -had been won ia war. Jus Ramsey Jauics Ramsey agreed withOlr. Rao that railway development was esssu-. Ihal lie would again bring- the maltcr tial for the north country. He also agreed that tho home market was the best and should be developed. If Mr. Query Government Hon. C. R. Mitchell anil Hon. J. n. Boyle answered questions respecting a few local appointments ot (Ueir Je- parlments. A number of notices ol motions -ivoro mado calling for a grist of information respecting government the coager.ient ot return- ed soldiers, caMnel changes which brought about Uifi retirement of Hon. C. Cross, and matters relating to tho supply ot linuor to druggists. Something In the nature ot a turbance arose when Mr. Davis re- ferred to a personal attack by Hon. J. n. Boyle during tho last session. Eventually, on the objection ot Mr. Boyle, Ihe member for Glelchen was asked to withdraw tho statement which lio did. However, In the dispute consequent thereto the premier stated that 111. emphatically wished to prevent such Iln" "cry foot ot Ihe road could have altercations as hal arisen last session completed perfectly. by a number of members attempting I Mr. Ramsey took exception to the lo all take part in a debate at once, premier s opinion that Iho Alberta and which was described In the press accomplish as "one of the most disgraceful scenes ever witnessed in a provincial legislature." He wanted the decorum of the house maintained. The vast client ot the norlhland, its illimitable resources and its lack in Chicago, is to bo served as beef at a bano.net of peace delegates in been offered to President Polncare of France by the packers aud has been icceplcd by him, it is slated. not considered, he assured Iho house before tho legislature and fiivo each member the chance to record a vole flae would move a resolution to the M. Davis contended tuat some s.vn- house urging an inquiry into every ilicates had benefited by tho act wuilo phase of railway construction In (he others were turned down, and an un- north lie would support it with all his desirable feeling had teen created In heart. But Mr. Ilamsey declared the consequence. province hail guaranteed the bonds of the E. D. ft Ii. C.-. lo such an eilsnt 1S5 153 BANKERS 2nd -23 42 47 26 .....30 55 3rd Tot. 50 S2 ing what .it should. While in Lon- don hfinseif ho found lhat Iho Alberta office, was fairly deluged with in- quiries. Tho Uquor Act enforcement wns also touched upon. The member for of telephone, facilities and adequate Tximonlon claimed lhat tho province railway "accommodation were mailers ls insisting lhat the law he enforced, brought to tno attention ot tho hou-e rjverj-one ought lo be assured that A wonderful caice of a difficult fly ball deprived Ed Rouah, the Cincinnati slar, of the halting championship of he National league. And what la more remarkable than that is the fact bat Ed Roush made the catch himself and did not have the hit taken away Tom him. It was one oC the most 'reakisb happenings in all baseball ihlory. The- other day President Heydler awarded the batting honors for the .ast season lo "Zach" "Wheat of Brook- lyn, who hit .335. -Sonthworth of Pittsburg, batted higher iirSt gamea. Roush ranked neit with .333, just two points behind Wheat. Bill Phelon, the widely known Cin- cinnati scribe, points out the unuaual play by which Roush robbed himself of the championship. "The'apparcnl impossibility ot this happening makes the incident remark- able. 1C Roush had muffed Ihe fly or let It drop untouched he would have led the league in batting. "Daring a game against St. IxmU. with a Cardinal runner on third. Roush tore In (or a short, fast-drop- "y. He got hold of Ihe ball but fulfil! them. I will live up to tao con-J g tr.lct I you todijf snci will start training the moment 1 get] through with my tour, sis -weeks Under the agreement. Dempsey is to receive and one-third of the moving picture privileges, while the champion, Willard, is to get and one-third of the picture privileg- es. Thfi articles call for a bout not to exceed forty rounds. Rickard said lonlght he was perfect- ly satisfied with the progress he had made so far, and would leave here in a few daya to look over sites in vari- ous places throughout the country where the big contest coi'lfl be staged. 41 2S 173 ISO Mechanics vs Barbers MECHANICS 1st "2nd 3rd Tol. 47' 24 35 54 25 .35 Cottam 30 '-4G 39 Schweitzer Id.. 47 an exceedingly forcible manner hy Wm.'Rae, memb'er for1 Peace River. He pointed out lhat what effects one of the province concerns the whole, and in answer to the cf Ihe soulhern members lo 'he obligation loTran! the north was receiving too much at- returned soldiers. Briggs Peters stumbled, went to his knees and let !ll get oul ot hl! a niarvel- mty of j ous, lEgiitnlng grab he got the ball be- or slut (ore it touched the ground, and rising 'threw lo third base, whence the Car- iu o( teiiTt dinal runner had started for the plate. Totals Mills...... Dinty Moore Mulvahill Hopper Landry ISO BARBERS "1st 2nd 19 23 26 28 351 37 20 i 23 25 3rd Tot. 70 23- SI government was going to en- force every. law on Its statute tooks. lie hoped for more' aggressive action. J. 5. iicCallum, of Vegrevllle, was i to see Ihe government was pre- u f EASTERN HATS tfCAPS DAD and his LAD tcntion, he begged them lo consider (he fact that not one cent of thi pub-1 He money had been spent in telephone service to the northland, and that such facilities were urgently, demanded- In asking the federal government .Mr. made an appeal for more roads, bridges anil in the public works program. Finally, Mr. McCallum wanted to see the fed- eral government that livestock market facilities were atforder) so that commission men of the fer the control ot natural resources he wanted the Alberta authorities to seek the control ot every form of provincial assets, lands, timber, oils and minerals. Miss MacAdaniF, province at large, emphasized briefly the need of seri- ous consideration ot the- duties of legislation. She regretted a tendency 13__ 57 iot the government to'attempt to shift _H _H ___ ___] responsibility to" others. However, 541 she felt that all j in the reconstruction period following war, and lhat there must he no Dempsey to Get For His end, Making Tola! Purse Twenty barrels of whiskey loaded' into a box car at and j EMrkrag of responsibilities, consigned lo a Government vendor' Public Health al London proved too great a temp- A "road humanitarian policy was tatlon tor several men who opened wns pleased thnt Ute Ihe car door and rolled several bar-' speech touched, though lightly, It was- rels Into the ditch in a lonely spot. such urgent problems as pub-; He health and educalion, and the ln-r ilentlon lo legislate improvements was: the purse be left lo them. A blind announced by Ihe administration, ballot was taken and Rickard's figures. showed In its demands won by a margin of almost-three lho "soldiers the value ot onc- good homes and the licncMIs ot early With (he main, detail settled traininB. The war had also! other' features were easily arranged. 0( a decadent clvl-' An understanding was reached that 1lMtlm c-rtaln ,3 the terms would he drawn up in legal, a ,t was neccS5ary im. I form and the contract signed as coon jn ,hl3 now bo as Dcrapsey reaches this city, madt. a3 suilaWo 33 possible for lho will probably be not later than rf a ana Ihere Uniled Cana dian catlle. There should nol be Ihe great disparity of catlle and hog prices now existing between the Unit- ed States and Canada in [avor of the former. Glelchen Member F. Davis, member for Glelchen, criti- cized the working of'tho Livestock Encouragement Act lie charged (hnt loans wcro given lo alien and although hie suggestiong made to the last session along this lino1 were We Don't Experiment We Know How ANDY The Radiator Man 418 Fifth StreetS. AUTO TIRES OF ALL SIZES VULCANIZED 15? Ihe Famous PraywooJ System RE-TREA01NQ REPAIRING By experienced Workmen All work guaranlced; Special Equip- meat (or Rim Cut Repairs. R. D. RITCHIE 208 13th St. S. Opp. Ellison Hill. are wtat, nerrcui and all nuMa-jen, If yw rot or well you civ; it lo yaarwlr