Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 6

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 10

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives

Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 13, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHRU1DGB DAIW HEIULD THURSDAY. FKHRUAKY 13, 1919 'BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. MeManus I HOPE tOUXL Ers-KJX THE THE WAX OF TORXGY The Sport Page Great Mill Before The National, Sporting CJub in London. Kng. NEW YORK, Feb. ton- dan despatch.to tilt Herald, dat- ed Tuesday, says: "Eddie McGoorty knocked out Harold Rolfe, the heavyweight champion of tte Canadian forces, in the eighth round of a sched- 15-rcund contest at the Na- tional Sporting Club last night. "MeSoarty, although at a dis- idvantage in height and pound- Age, proved the speedier and cleverer fighter, easily out-box- ing his opponent, who very much resembles the tate mons, in the first six rounds. "In the seventh round, how- aver, Rolfe made a good fight landing four rights on Me-, RALPH DEPALMA BREAKS TWO SPEED RECORDS TUYTON'A, Fla.. Keb. Ralph De xPaltua broke the world's auto mobile reconi for both a mile and a kilometre in dashes on Day- tona Beach to-lay. The time for the mile, as announced "by officials of the Automobile As- sociation of America, was 24.02 seconds against Bob ElanntuTs record ot 25.40 seconds, made in 1911. De Pafma's kilometre time was 15.S6 seconds, or ITTO seconds below thc record. On Northern, Alleys Win Three Out of -11 Pins' Down on Total up by Mr. Atkins, of Dldsbury. in sec- assembling facts relating la a survej tho resolution In reply to the of the agricultural and Industrial fFrom Our own CorrtJpondfnt) HOW ISLAND. Fob. very en- thusiastic meeting o( tho Bow Islaml Hoard ot Trade, wkh K. Sf BeaUta us enercctSc president, was held iu Ihe 1, O. O. P, hall on Monday eve- ning. An extensive program outlined for discussion anil many estlng community difficulties wera uj> for solution. iMr. Healtio Imbues each of tho workers with the vital necessity of Individual assistance In tbo boavd's eltorls to improve local conditions, and it expected sub. sUuitial will bo doue by ihia body during (lie present j'car. Altei ii few Introductory remarks by the tho board devoted them- selves i'nlirely to the matters for discussion. Tho secretary was in- structed to write Uio government ra a phone line to AUonMo, lor which 100 Aibscrlbtrs signed In the year 19L3. and ascertain if itossiblo Uia (Continued from front prominent -farmers and men were appointed to arrange young men from, the pool rooms and government similar places. .This rroDosal was Railway Devclopmenl member Mr. Sriiith said that the Conference of the International Commission Will be Neces- sarv in Near Future ivero out of worx, said, Mr. Pearson, beiected from women teachers ID Ihe nation -which deslr.es to fames and it is probable that a coa-. among3t others, Terence of the international Olympic! Cannot Extend It Barnes commission trill be necessary, The normal course could not well iu the near future, to pass upon this'ije extended beyond "the eight months of the situation, especially if, period at to [he scare- tbe meet is to be staged- in 1920, asjity ol teachers. It was serious to at- appear probable. aocl thousands moro would he in thc same position before many more weeks, despite the assurances of both federal and provincial govern- ments. BDIUO definite action bo i taken by the troard ot (ratio or thi Mr. Ottawa won't [school board lo remedy this prob- build. tempt to specialize in too maiiy Hces rfcapc- gav dale, (he Olympian view of this scarcity. The summer m.ade (by games will he preceded by several in-j school plan was meeting this need EBEi5lon lo nav spend its own money what, jre you go-iiem ins: to do aboiti yir rerertc'l (c (tie return- cil soldier agati. These moii and On Two Linei Capt. Pedrson gave a resume cf (he of.the house'it vastly uilfereut Irt.r.i the oM, the, government would tot be so much couccriii STRUCK 'A MINE CHRISTIAN'IA, Feb. Dutch Eteamer Kieke, Ilotterdam .oca. rtB.-wunjri.-h.-ia.ijw.Hw FAMOUS MARATHONER rlsott fougbt him last winter after 6 Harrison met -lioss here. The Chi- would indicate that in condi- tion, ought to be able to pat up a EOOd scrap with RoKe, even though, tha latter is a heavyweight. Stover, .was the high roan for the evening, with '212 for high and l.s t was just nosed out for Irigh total by one pin. The scores tell the worst: BAROXS t Stark ..1ST 159 1S7 201 531 Moore .200 206 15S 150 901 nice iu DIES IN HAMILTON r of th HAiULTOX, Feb. Jack were born in Canada. 'ranafli ureoii hv Mr Premier Fair Minded eleclioneer amongst foreigners at an ww_ftarnc6lb H aUacR pQVwm {ime> of tho province less minded'man as Prem-jnot a possibility ot a foreign clement jlcr Stewart whom he bid always coclrolling' the legislature? Caffery, famous distance runnsr, died of piaeumonia at his home here tbis morning. AVhen at hEs best Cat- In rsplv to ueries from tbe house Jlr. Smith EaM it would be necessary to take care of the feeble-minted for: the game smjarcly, but duty lo the soldiers to see had no superiors in the mara- life. The condition was incurable, .un- thon game, aitr c d li in 1S9S when he made n record of Totals: .353 All aboard for Cardstpn tonight'. The focal Quintet, comi-osefi bt Murray, V. Spactanau, G. 'McKiHop ind, FYcd Davfs, vrlil infade ICardstoa tpalght'at'S ofclock for the retain game. The'locals set out 'about -4 o'clock this afternoon in anticlJiaHon of a very close game. The ganift wag played here in this city ended VHhs a score-of "8 4o 31, and tie locals feel that fonfght's game will one equal brilliance, and aatf- clpatc kefin competition. A High icaool team, composed o! G. Slorriaon, A. Ridpatb, Cyril Welling- ton and R. Van Haarlem and H. Glass, 'Trill play the preliminap- game with the Cardston High school team. As InHs is the first time these two have together, nothing definite can be gald, but'tbe local Ltam expect to have all they can handle. Ifcere WSG a close game between the Wesley boya and'lv. D.- fi, hoys last aight at the the U D. S, coining DUl ahead with a score 31 to 20.1' Yputig played a good (he wifnners, scoring most o( the pointa Harold ;Kemtn on the Wesley team :ad a great eye for shooting fouls icorfng 12 30 i LEWIS .WILL MEET STECHER Winner id Receive snd Loser for Finish Match .CHICAGO, Feb; "Slrangler" Lewis, of Ky.i challenger for the_ heavj-welght wrestling cham- pionship, Stecher of Dodge, Neb., the (ormtr cbampion, were matched tonight to meet in a ilolsb contest here March 3 for a purse of The winner Will receive 000 and the loser In addition to the motion picture privileges. The match, according to artjclee ol agreement, must result In a dedaire victory or, spectators will have distance of 10 miles, yards. In Totals .387 593 31T. 331 t for the Kerairf road race, a LETHBRIDGE Shorer .191--212 161 157 1 902 Evans..15S 337 152 117 840 would be more undesirable than children at large. v James Ramsey's uuusual r.rgumenl es not 1SOO, Caffery came back and led Billy tl3at fhe natural resource: SbDariug home; making another new brought back wen owing to lack of the part ot; lhe premier at ,wa, was attack- ;o' outset of the mark of This stood'..-until 15U, when "Mellor completed tbe iJls-j iance in 1 Catfery also won the Boston mara-1 thon twice .and for. a long time held lhe -record for the .25 mile distance. DECIDE SKI CHAMPIONSHIP RBVELSTOKE, B. C., Fell. 12. ment.s.id they were agreed on the principle that the, western provinces should have their resources but there. would have to l.e-an agreement he- tween the proving -an I no raid on i A creel to the last detail, and it became the fluty of every government, every as veil as s the serious 'problems and help in their sol- tJlions. j Mr, Kernmls I .Mr. Kemmfs was" opposed to thc fctJeral government being blauieii vinctai government was standing otij its o-ivn feet under all reaponslbilil-] tn to then o task J( -EMPLOYERS' UNION LONDON, Feb. employ- crsT union can negotlafe trade unions regarding labor disputes is planned by Sir Robert Home, the new labor according to .the Daily Wail, lh'5 Yf t, h ollawa coul11 be brl< L iT, H.-.BAVIN AVENUE 40UTH-PHONE 1837 .C. H. 8TODDART Mechanic M10 THE ATHLETICS TO PLAY toa This at If the west u-ine west It t the I ine :earecl tint.there woulii-ho such ills, thc slate of affairs ]s situation ml2hl bo AUTO TIRES OP ALL SIZES VULCANIZED By the Fnmnns Hay-woo.! Syslcui RE-TREADTNG REPAIRING By experienced Workmen All work guaranteed. Spc-clat Equip- ment (or Rim Cut R. D. RITCHIE 203 13th St. S. Opp. E'llion Mills ANDY The Radiator Man 418 Fifth Streets. standing with the easterners. Should Have SubtldyToo Mr. Smith M'as emphatic In Jiia lief (hat the west should not had almost loi at Icms. r Mr. Kcmtula Iho government ixtrenidy critical' Ihc goTcrnmenl (or not taMng the house into its confidence regarding h vo h Bourc, b lhe Icylflrtlon. II. wante.l to se Wuld fcr) THf. f P I? lan.U -.nrl Sniith AfrlMfl! "ol OOVO'OPnWIlt whic lilies dnd Athlelics will re- i been lafei Iho a lengthy period of rese r 1'hlladelphta dly to he ICDBM! Sit of Can would build u rive nVrf "J The Phillies anil Athlellcs will surac thci flonshlp 2 will be iilaycil, alternating at each the feiler park until April 21. Last year thy benefit. The Canadian Athletics won the only game been exempt from tajallon to the llon- a benefit for tho family of the late1..... ..-.i William secretary ot lhe Base- ball Writers' asBOclallon. -John Wallace Baird, of Psychology at Clark University, V.'or- cftatcr, Mass, Is dead.' He a na- tive ol Perth County, Ont., and a brother of Rev. Dr. ot Winnipeg. BOWLING TONIGHT CHr Bearcals meet the Ckrtw at 7.SO tonight, to bo followed by the Outlaws ra Do- extent that the annual loss in school laics alone was over KOOO.OOO n year to the western province. Such Injustice coulrl not bo repair! evch ullh the continued grant of a federal subsidy. n. "Did' Iho western del- egation not know that Premier Herd, en waa absent In England ,whcn (hey went lo "Kir Kohert Hordcn arranged llii conference replied Jlr. Smith, "and we went on tho date ar- j ranged by him. When tho guests