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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 14, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta f SIX THK GI? U.M5.-.> ilKRALU 1-UlOAY. FKimi'ARY "BRINGING UP FATHER" G. Me Manus CANE BACK T04ET PUR56. THAT The Sport Page Beat Cardston on" Own Floor H..S. Team -Lost 31-13 The Letibridge-jSeniors won in a fast and furious game bf 26 to IS be- fore a large crowd in the Cardston Gyro, last The gams was close all the.iiiy, and.tESre.-ffas good com- bination and snootins done .on both sides. Tie Jirst half ended in a score of IS to S- in. faror j of LethbrMgf. Cartslon'war'not able'to raake one fillid hastel In this half. In the sec- ond half Geo. Voting did some greC shootins. scoring (nfeeljartets In a Terr short time. The game.ended with a score.ot 26 to 18 In favor q! the team. For the Trinner3, Young. Spaceman all dla s playlns guarf, did; good work and played in raanr of the combinations. Carlson 61 ihe Cardsfon Vested out of the fllariog. ijjl Euch for tlie Cardsloa The preliminary game between .the High school boys of Cardston 2nd Leihbriage WSE Tery fast, but Cards- ton was much combination with a result that the local boys lost, 31 to 13. Although they lost, they put up a good game, and are that tho local school .trill hare a he proud of. Kelson nnd Cahoon pntjtip.a "star game for CardsCbn. Ripath'and Morrison were the pick .Leihbridge qututet. The Cardston High school feam bas challenge to any school teafn in' sonthern. Alberta. On Satnrdar afternoon representa- tives from all the south towns will meet -at' tee here organize a Southern Alberta Josketball league. MILLION DOLLAR SUIT BY BALTIMORE FEDS. AGAINST THE MAJORS NEW (YORK, Feb. damage suit brought against the clubs of National and American Leagues by the Balti- more Federal League Cluh upon ..the making of the "baseball >'peace'', will be tried in the Unit- ed District Court in Washington on March 10, according to John A. Heydter, president of the Na- tional League. The case was op- ened In Philadelphia shortly af- ter trie filing by the Baltimore club management of papers charg- ing violation of the anti-trust law, but was withdrawn during the hearing anoj transferred to Wash- ington. The Baltimore club al- leged In the suit that it had been overlooked In the settlement, which ended the Fedrral League fighting. Mrs. Fowler Young Man Up On Charge of Grain Stealing Oar Own CoTfpSDoti'lcnt) BOW ISLAXD, Feb. Quite number ot our prominent business nUende4 the Irrigation in Calgary Friday morning. Mr. J. M. Gihbons returned on Mon- day from Calgary. Mr. Harold Norden and Mr. Fed- erson lett on Monday for I.ethbrHge. 'Mr. S, Y. Hurst, who has heen Rb- ICOXTIXUKO Kl dial thanks to all the donors of cakes, pies. etc. .which eualileil them to offer such a templing display of wares. The tea tables ivero continually patronized. The sale receipts ivIU go toward aid- liimd, MaeKenzlo says, and witli Iho order-in council recent- ly pasfiM authorizing puri'baso of wc'slern lamis for this' purpose, feels that the, whole FCtttcuimU question U showing material pro- gross. The board Is olrcHdy iu the marXH fur iho laud, aiid It te believe Q here tho govern- iiu'nt order-in council will be in- slriuiH'iit jl iu making u number of land unload their holdings at reasonable Tho resolution by the Cal- gary G. V. A. recently threat- ening iho seizure of lUo ivesleni lauds If Eomethlr-n were not dono Immediately i-aused groat cooGter- naUon In the capital, though it ateo caused sonic uctioa along with thinking. 0. H. Marnodi, iireslftetil ot tho Lcilibrldge Hoard of Trade, h in Ottawa on behalf ot district Irrl- gallon projects and Is working on the l.cthbridglit northern and tho Taber extensions ot tho government. Ing the Laidies' Aid In accomplishing sent in X. Dak.. during their I'laus. Ihe past ten days, 13 expected home jir. Geo, Bldcll ot Taber. spent tho tomorrow. I weekend here, The announcement ot the card par-] Mrs. K. Carrol ol Edmonton, ii vis- ty in Saint Michael's churcii during fV'nS trienJs in the district, tho evening of February IS'.h. will be The firo brigade was called Into ac- joyously received by residents of on Thursday evening, when slight town. The splendid success attending dnmage was done to tbe liratlon rail- the initial cart parly, held under tha: donee on Boll slrtat. recently rented auspices of the Altar Society, Mr. Carlson. Tho first started prompted tho officers to repeat the [through an ovcr-hcateJ stove-pipe, evening's performance. A cordial in-j "Mr. Parry, rancher of Grassy Lake, is extende'd to everyone to be spent- the weekend here-. lin Buriett on Wednesday. Among 1 present on this occasion and enjoy The nmny friends c! Mr. J. AV. Kurd At Camp Burke is the There Too those present the follotnn? local men wero noted: flavor RelS, Messrs. Swennunison. n. S. Beanie, H. K. Ueattie, E. C. Ludtke. He Confessed a pleasant evening. Mr. H. Wares and M. Clahcey, will be pleased to team he has fully from bis recent illness. Grandlea. were visitors hero on Tiii.-3-i "r. John Morrison of Prosny. was (jay_ a visitor here on Tuesday. Many friends will regrel to learn oil The regular luonlhly meeting at (ha Ihe ne'ceisary removal o[ Mrs. John Masonic Lodge was conducled In the The many friends of Mr. N. Lm-. jrccarlen to'Medicine Kat, on Tues- lodge rooms-on Tuesday evening, beibcrg were sorely grieved to learn itccarten has been Mr- and Mrs. K.1 11. VYllmol liroad- o! his confession of taking a load ot jnj greal