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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 15, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PARE SHC- whiter mculhs. O, It. Kutzcru o! yrly butcher of Uinnifred. was tig friends Sunday. Oscar's many friends arc wantluff him to rituru u Winnifreil. Mr. O, Larson Is In Winnipeg oa a buying trip. He- expects to bd away j couple of weeks. Mr. Tony Craig la able to be out this week, convalescent from an attack o( Master Jack Fisher is on tlte after bting il! for some lime. The Sport Page 18 RGHIffOllI Three-Cornered Race For Firsl Place in Five Pin Bowling League Ready For Soccer ficers Boost I For Sport Revival II is a 'ions lime since LetlArtJBO has had B bowling league -arhich was responsible tor so teach real ton as tbo fire-pia league now playing its schedule. EieM bars been at it hammer and tones npv for ove- H month, each learn pUjinjf'd earns a week and hating to play ererv other learn, matins lie league scr.eflnlD ol seven weeks'-duration. So far each teim hss played tire eels of three James, and as count, the' following is the standing today' Pet. .133 5 .866 5 .600 8 .46C P. W. Dominions -...i. 15 11 Clerks 15 10 Herald.....; 15 3 Outlaws 15 7 'Mechanics... 15 7 City Bearcats lo 7 Barbers -15 B Dangers 15 4 11 4671 It is generally conceded that the! three .iearns hare tha honors! aiming then, hut just] who will will be decided during the Eeit fortnight, the Dominions, o( co'jrse, thinfc they have everything all being in-tho lead at prasent. The Dominions have to meet the two other high teams. Ihe Herald and tbe Clerks yet. The Clerks meet the Do- minions and the Barters and ihe Her- ald meels the Dominions and Bar- bers. Tho Gloria hops that while the Herald end bamiilons are cnl-throat- ing each other ther will slip into the lead, and the Herald crew figures that the Clerfcs will do enough to the Dominions to let them slip in under the wire as winners. So there 4s ing to be a cloae race for" the honors and eome tough scrap- ping is in store for the fans. Of course, ft.la our personal opin- ion the Herald will win. i5 one ilhli'licilly body in the city which is n'H -vaitins tor any urging in ordrr lo iTlc, ine swim And that's the old Calhes. going to ready tor the tray anil incidentally they're goins to be ready to boost any gtueral sport reTlTal which may be staged. On Thursday evening the remnants of the Caledonian Football clnb mot and alter reviewing situation. the> rt-oreani2ed, electing the following ot !leers for the rear: Honorary presIdent-'Mayor W. D Hartfie. Hocorary R. Mar novb. Johnstone. David Walker. Tnrn- Camouflage (CONTINUED FSmTKItONT PAGE) bun.- Scott, Executive Milne, D. Thomson. -And to all and sundry soccer artists in tha city they give Ihc warning: "Watch out for Ihe Will someone kindly page the S. 0. B.: MURPHY GETS CUB STOCK CHICAGO, H W 'Murphy, formerly owner ot the Chi cago National Baseball Club, last nigh aid that he .had again acquired somi stock in the club, hut not enough ti carry control. iMnrphv, tinder whose ownership the club won the league championship four time's, sold his interests In 1913 to Claries P. Taft, of Cincinnati. Mr. Taft sold out to Charles WeeEhmann, of Chicago, and associates, who still control the club; OUTH HOOPERS HERE TODAY TO ORGANIZE A BASKET BALL LEAGUE This afternoon at the Y.M.C.A. delegates hoopers' eirclea In Haymond, Stirling and Tater are in session endeav- oring to line up a schedule of games which wit! decirt-3 tae has- Jietnall championship o? Sim them AILerta for I91S-191U. TL-, bays are dead In earnest :n iheir ioten- to play otf a EuhecJule to clde tbe matter. The jouth has .Jilwajs had a loagoe comprising DCT or iive in this district infi as a matter of fnct, Ihis part of the proving has always fcilr.b- iled more thin any section. Jt ii a good win- ter spcrt and the boys arc loofc- irg for public support to E5'- the goinj good and .Mrong LEMONADE FOR WHOLE CITY If. Alberta. Fobraarr 15th, Dear We dropped in At the co'jrt house The other day And a his case Was going on 'And there were ftbout 'Steen lawyers there Ana" a witness was called 4 And he the stand And pulled A funny one. He was from Calgary "Which may explain it. Anyway, ha refused To kiss the Book Or say a word t Until the lawyer Who had him Drought 4 Into court Dn? Into his jeans And paM his railway bill And hla hotel bill his witness fees And the judge eald i Which la the way 4 Woo fly Wilson writes And the lawyer looked peeved (And tho crowd grinned And tbe witness looked pleased Even the Court smiled And we've been wondering t Ever since Much Camouflage "I must say that there is a very gr-at deal of camouflage regarding ihe liquor said Mr. Hoyle. "There are many very j men who would hesitate to infringe j upon any other statute ofthe province yet in some way violate the liquor; act as it stands. 1 will go sa far as to say that 60 per cent of the adult males ot the province have at some time or .another violated the strict letter ot j the liquor act'" 1 Is Astonished j Mrs. MeKinney rose in "Do I understand tbe Hon. At- I torney-General to say Ihat per cent new relays of detectives quite qucntly. "It is intention ot govern-i ment to nnfce Alberta ilry if possible I and at least dry as is practical. This province has as little drinking an any proviiu'O in I'anaila, lor they are all having their trouble with lif.uor. but we intend lo enforce law with every mejns in our power." Answers Mr. Ewintj The arguments ot A. F. Ewins re- specting natural resources were an- swered by Mr. Boyle. He pointed out that the federal government was nol imagined. When the western govern-j conferred with Ottawa regard- r ing theso rcaources they took along very complete statiatics relative to! P1NTHKR CKnRK. Fob. Pincher Creek Hiding Board of Trado at Us fir3t meeting passed the follow- ing resolution: Moved by A. H. Lynch-Slounton, sr-c- onileJ by S. Motion carried- Tint [the Pincher Creek Hiding Board of, un on reronl as not belns in ;ic- i i-u.-n ivitli iho resolution passed by llio to mourn his loss Mrs. A. .n.; H-.irmcrs Association Conven- Jesse and Khb. S yl rerjuestlng the Gov >Ers. trunk Baker ot M :nni. of not [0 fix tho prk-e 'Krotii Our Own L-orrespomJ-Ti'.k WINNIf EtKD, Fi'j. Slop hens tlic.l si Ills house in Alta., Feb. 3, 1013, aiul was interred in llm cemetery Keb. His health had been gradually since tlie iltitli of liis wifo three years ago. i is a IciRil and loving father snti the valuations of assets and of alien- ated lands, which had been gathered and compiled by prairie provinces. officials of Tbe federal of the men in Alberta have violated the liquor act." 'The Hon. member understands me'correctly." replied Mr. Doyle, He went on to explain without mincing matters. It was a (act that hundreds ot in the province were in the habjt of getting liquor before the passing of prohibi- tion act and these men Vere deter- mined that the new restriction was not to apply to them. Therefore il liquor could not ts procured in other methods they attempted to induce their doctors ar.'l druggists to give i and fill prescriptions for real or iraag- I inary illness. There was no way for ithe police to stop this; The doctor j might have his suspicions but it was j hardly to be expected he would maXc a formal corcpl.iiht The police i were powerless- vrlthoiit somo new agency of clairvoyance, not yet dis- covered, Two' Liquor! Acts Mr. Boyle said there were in reality two acts, one was the cial act aa first endorsed vrilh certain amendments which allow the keeping of a certain limited amount of liquor. This act was not so difficult [o en- force and under its regulations boot- jlegging waa not'particularly fiourlsh- 1 ing. Then the the federal or- ernment as it proved were uot f re ed the data. Moreover the pub- lic men. of tbe east did not admit the argument of trusteeship, a moral posi- tion which Mr. Boyle agreed Mr. Ewins was right, however. "The western provinces have made Urcd, Alia, ami Alien J. Stephens oftol whcjt for r Detroit, Mich..: besides ninny rvlatives; That Ulc representatives of Iho and Kind nml loving friecUs at his old j wlieal erowers Of Plnclier Creek B- home, Lnkerlcw, Mich., where he nre tlie (bat if tlia fnr 4S yp.irs, prKVious to com-, -s nol owinc ,0 ,he hlRll S to Whltla. Alia. of a much smaller Mr. J. H. 'AInly Ihc Union Hank, j u-m 6own the coming now in charge of Winni'red _Bprjllgi the farmers will not risk Sunday school. RPV. Eibbald was 1 tlic investment necessary, owing the most definite hut no counter offer has come from (he fed very fortunate in setting Mr. A inly lo! act as superintendent. Mrs, Joe Hodgson returned from Medicine Hat hospital Tuesrfay with i post of labor and seed, un- less they ate assured of a reasonable price for what wheat Ihcy produce. counter oner nas eumu uuui IIKJ icu-. eral government. The whole crus ot youngest son. where be went the question is that once the entire west is determined and prepared to, vote or. the principle of restoration, Ihen tbe west will likely be able to obtain these resourcea." Mr. Morkebers. D. Morkeberg, Innisfail. reviewed tbe problem ol reconstruction in the light of ancient history the fore- fathers of democracy grapple with and established a new era of human free- dom and economic relationship. He paid a tribute to the work of Britain in founding and maintaining hutnan liberty to such an exienc iliat the Scandinavian nations were, able through a very successful operation. Mrs. G. W. Parker's little daughter Violet, is gradually recovering from acute Bronchitis. Mrs. Perry Morris of Medicine Hat, visiting her part-file, Mr. and Mrs.. Geo. BlJlott. I Rev. II. Arnsdorf of Medicine Hat.1 held services Sunday, Feb. ?tb, at the borne of Mr. tie Wald. Mr. ami Mrs. Backstrum Sun clayed at the home oT Mr. and 'Mrs. Jas. 'Lar.-ren. i Mr Sorrum returned from B.C. j on .Monday. rom doctors and rlruggists. Every irovincc had found difficulty in enforc- ng these conflicting acts. The rail- ways carried liquor in spite ol them- ielves. Xone of the railways wantcil o and employed detectives to suppress .he shipments hut it couldn't be stop- ped. Cut Off the Source PoushfceepsEe, N'. Mitchell Downing, wealthy leader for many years of thfl prohibition movement in Ihls part ol New York slate, announc- ed today that he would "blow" the whole city to a lemonade picnic in Easlman Park on July 1, when the war- lime provision for national prohibition ft, ff tf 4 if tf ff f> j become3 eftecUve, or provide some I CURtlNQ With ice asalri in good "'condition other popular introduction to soft drlnfcs on January 1, 1W20, if the war- time prdvialon la cancelled. The wo- men ot the W.C.T.U. will the drinks. Superintendent of Public Schools there was a good turnout last night gp indorsing Dr. Downing's it the rink. vero played: AeM 8 Shepherd......-1ft Harra ...'....r.. 3 Clark. S'elson The lollowlng games proposal, stated that aa Iho event was of more Importance than signing Sktlth.......6 treaty of peace ha would mike plans to havij all of (he city's school children commemorate the dale, drink Ihe phy- Llvle Boyd Oaddes parid.ion Baailm......... 5 Graf Saturday Draws Freeman T3, Xeleon vs. Tie Id- MariiOCh T3, Peat, Baalim vs. Shepherd. slcian's teraonarlc and give public ex- ercisea in the The lemonade picnic, -prhlch te ex- pected to start P. fashion all over :hcs country, exciting much interest, and H committee o! citizens, by Mayor Ralph F. Hulls, today wonl out for subscriptions to hire ail oJ the bands In Iowa for the event. No Doubt Your Car Needs Overhauling! WE OAK GIVE YOU SATISFACTION AND GUARANTEE ALL WORK Your car will be overhauled under itio able japorrlsion o! our rtlcf Jlr. Stoddarl, master mechanic (it a W> ear capacity garage In Winning o( renown success. CHARGED MODERATE PALACE GARAGE SECOND AVENUE 1837 T. H. RAVEN Mlritger- C. H 3TODDART Master Mechanic If it -wouldn't Bo a bright Idea To mate all lawyers Pay witness (ecu The samo way. Tt would give Ihem A finer appreciation Of the H. C. of Law And we're sure The hoi poilol Would enjoj- The WE THANK YOU- Such actions with the high opinions which people ol this laud and ot other northern Europe nations had obtained for Eng- land and English justice and fair play, j r-in-counct! which made it unlawful) was sorry to sec the principle o procure liquor in any form except I tampered with in Canada. Mr. Morkeberg expressed his broail solution for the unemploy- ment problem and the returned sold- ier situation. He lamented that con- acription hatl not. induJeil vrcalth. to see everything possible done tor: profiteers would arouse the ire uf re- Ihe returned soldier and claimed that: Tnen and yeJ tha profiteers by this utmost not possible until Of their profits woulrl lie more I federal government rcilucexl the tariff'. than tiver. The fcilernl gov- ionvWhat the western farmers had to erQmetit pliouhl malie ef- huy and cut off the embargo on wheat 011 inc tmeniiiioytiient condition OUR NAME Is significant. You can depend on our work. The Reliable Radiator Repair Shop George Farquharson, Prop. Rear "D" The Tailor, 5th St. S. Don't Experiment We Know How ANDY The Radiator Man 418 Fifth StreetS. he had to sell. M. Davidson "The only way is to cut off the I w. M. Davidson dealt capably with source of supply." saitl Mr. Boyle.' a number of the issues Tinder his dis- i _____ 'While the distilleries are malting It'cussion during !hc debate. He com-; ____ there will be liquor brought in. We jilimented the leader of the are catching some of it in every con-i a position which he regarded almost1 ceivablc form of dry goorJs, ag responsible as that of the premier, canned ffoods and In parcels, but we but Mr. Davidson severely attacked cannot get it all." -the caucus curse by means o( which However, Mr. Boyle made it plain Hoadley was seleciJiL He en- thai he was not excusing lack of en-' doraod the stalemont (hut "the most forcement. He realized though thst baneful influence in Canadian life is unless Canada went dry provincial the political caucus." liither the prohibition could not bo an pntlre j system should be abolished, or the! lo arouse iiublic opinion from the pessimistic stage Into which it had Habits of liquor drinking were lifelong with many; tho liquor will be obtained if it ivas manufactured. Statutes coulil not prevent crime. press should be admitted to allow Hit public lo know what was bo.ing done. The riucitlon ot natural resources also rlrjlt with. Mr. Davidson In RACING FIXTURES NEW YORK. Feb. for four race meetings were approved by the Jockey Club at a mooting here to day. They were: Bow-fe, Monday, April 1 lo April 5; Havre dc Grace, Md., April 15 to 30; Maryland Jockey Club, May 1 to 13; Bfclmont Park, May 17 to SI. amended of weights was the ffHowing rule in re garl to adopted: No three years old and up- Policemen could only hunt down I reviewing the failure of the recent id punish those who' violated the conference, said he hoped that by the taw. The rlgH law against mar-, closing ol the door by the ilcr didn't prevent murder. Policernon it would never be reopencj by nnoth- cotihl not stand over every man and er intcr-provinclal conference on Ihe see lhat he dMn't '.alee a drink. same subject- Tribute to Police >u, Davidson rtispulert tho statc- A tribute to the work of the pro- rncnt that KO per tent of thfi males In vincia] police was expressed by Mr. violated the lUiiio; act. Uoyle. He claimed tfieir (Sutic-s had 'loubliil that 5 per cnnt had. How- been almost endlcs.s, rlptails of whic-h he felt that ilie act cojld not work he revlG-Afjd. sniT they hatl givn lie best a Imirustcrod a police a valiant account cf themselves in the and he wanted tho great service (hoy rendered during the crnrncnt lo handle the work and a.i- (Qfliu-nxa epidemic suriVj full respnnsiJilHty. What amount of drinking was there Universal Education through the drug stores? it "Condftloiifl will not bo Rallsfiutory seemed lo he a common impression in the province until every T.oy that was an lot of j girl goes through Ihc school and Illicit drinking through the druggist, t-ach one given ihe chaiuifi If enter he Raid this showerl a marvellaua the declared Mr, David- change for (ho butler (is compared son, when dealing wllh Iho elation with tlie open bar period. In tho oM of eOiicaton. The universal education days It wfis n mailer of fact Ihat more wnuM be commrrclally of great valuo, than one bar in the larger cities look Practical agriculture ahould be taught AUTO TIRES OF ALL SIZES VULCANIZED fiv Ihc Fnniofia Haywm.i Systcvi RE-TREADINO REPAIRING liy WnrVmori All work guarantenl. Special Eqmiv mcnt Tor Him Cut repairs. R. D. RITCHIE 203 13th St. 3. Opp. Ellison Mills Attention! lo notify "iir palron.: Ihat we liaro MOVED (o 405 Second Avenue S. opiwflla N'D. 1 Fire Hall anil tirr now in ya'j tlic sirvlco In thn rily. Call and Be Convinc3d. TIRE SERVICE STATION Sehi'ltz 4 Mccl (Formerly Paf.ico Vulcsnlzinfl Workr.) Arc the present day car own- ers ;ivrarc of the fact that 00" of the earn ail over the world are equipped wilH (he W1LLARD BAHERY Do nol ho misled1 by any in- forlur battery, buy a WILLARD nml make- sure It is n Wlllard. Maks of our free service bf-c.iuao fJllle Ampere says: "A good liatlery without ser- j vice H breni' without yeast, it won't flntid (lull nr.il let 113 explain (jur Rtlll Better 311 SEVENTH ST. S. PHONE 616 In over a day from the Bale of This was at a tlmo when Ihe price of whiskey over the bar waa less than the wholesale prlrc of the prts- ent. Vet in no month did the 8aio of Ifojuor (o the? Orfiggista ol Ihu entire province amount to more than a day witfiln last few montiin, ward shall lie qua lifted (o allowing for Hie epldomic aveiagf! was loan tor the whole pTovJRce than could run twj bars In the hnr flays. Mr. Boylo referred Alberta in any i police corjirofssfon. He believed thla rate closing 72 hours or more U-forel commission had done exceptionally the rlHfo of running, except hand leaps good work in organization and In at- 2nd Etlllnjj Thia ruic shall not r tempting to enforce the law. apply to those peltled prior lo Keb, j only way [o successfully, cope Invcsttgatton work. to S with in tho Rchools, and more normal train- Ing win essonUal for tcacherj. A stronR plea for nalurallzed health efforts was made by Ihc Calg.iry mem- ber. Ktnlo controlled hospitals anrl j mflilical work would mean a great tconomic Rain, as well as n VRRI irn-l provemont In health conditions of stale. Kxpenne in simti work WAS' JiisUfiCfl- Al.no the tubercular Rls ami inr.ane asylums shoulfl ho ab- solutely free. It wan a reflection thai tho unfortunates tn asylums should hnvc to pay for Ihflir care when lhe] raFrals who ivent to Jail wero even _ pad! n remuneration for their j work while in Jail. On the matter of reconstruction Mr. Davidson pointed out that in no Ulrec- TIRE REPAIR ACCESSORIES 2 in 1 Tread Filler Protection. Patches Lace on and Hook on Boots Tire Talc Reliners Vultcx And.Ceraent BAALIM MOTOR Co, BACK OF UNION BANK A Poil Card Will Bring You One of Our Handsome 1919 ;