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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 19, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY E3RALD SATURDAY. FEBRUARY ADDITIONAL SPORTING NEWS CURLING The Wright Shield, of the City Curling Championship, has now reached the exciting Thero arc four rinks left, Pfcat, McNahb, Duff and Barberry. As there aro two former winners in this quartette, Mi: Afier sixteen hard fought ends, In each name l.ethhrldgci remained on the long end by five nice points. I The old opponents McNabb and i j Itoss were drawn against each other.! Nothing sensational developed In this camp. I'.oth skips were below their j usual form but McNabb steadied as the namu advanced and woil by two I emblematical j points." J lioiuld Uuff and ISob Patterson, I two Scots with tho burr still on their, 1LBESIAGED IN MM Joe Lynch Crowned is Bantam Champion hitched up in a splendid ex- hibition. Bob got the jump and was seven up at ono time, but Donald kept Nabb and there, will bo a to the draw irame. and after the Ifltti keen fight for final honors. end was never in ilangpr. jt thu London Arena Will Probably Be Built for Dempsey-Car- pentier Battle lll'.HEK. The Wright Shield was put up best game of tho two from u upeeta-' NMS >ORK, .Inn. have, just three years'ago by R. A. Wright, I tor's point of view, many beautiful a letter from the sporting Jeweler, for competition over five heads were built up and Che decid- of of England's greatest ing shots continually rested with the "Newspapers, containing information skip and they favored the largo crowd whicl> me to believe England of inaido skips with some pretty dis- wl" Do lne scone ot tho I'empsey- plays. Duff won fight. Tntil this letter ins his last rock. I thought Canada would get the I battle it the .New York plans went But for real pep und enthusiasm the Colts provide the bang up thrill-. The letter quotes Charles B. Coch- ers and they pnll some hot stuff. Their ran, English member of the World's enthusiastic spirit, swoen-; Hexing Trust, as saying: ing like machines, kept the veterans j "According to the contract, the your money anil take smiling and chuckling. Tho Colts eat fiRiu must take place either in the your choice. I it ups and it's grand experience. Brodle United States, Mexico, Ciibii, or South Tbe four rinks now playing for the defeated McKay. Cub Deviiio put America. 1921 championship i Needs into clear. The final Brodie t t t I D. D. McNabb, skip, Jno. Mnrnoch Devino will be played Monday: ,rhjl I Dick Andrews, Jro. Muir. night. years, the skip winning ofteneit to become possessor. In the event of ties or no skip appearing as winner more than ouee. it would mean u further play-down. The Shield is as handsome n trophy as is ever put up for club events. The for the past three year's are: Alrd. D. .McNabb. K. Carberrr. C. E. Carberry, skip, Jas. Baird, The other games Monday night will Miles, M. E. Cplllns. Donald Duff, skip, S. J. be as follows W. J. Nelson, D. R. taien. 1 .McNabb vs Carberry (Wright.) N. B. Peat, skip, Jas. Davidson, Goo. I vs Hamilton. Jones, Needs. Scott vs Nelson. The semi-finals will be played night and the finals on Monday. to- The opening, round of the Colt's competition saw Harry Pilling, last year's winner, fall before Bfoclie, Geo. B. MacKay handed Clerenco McLean a lemon and won. The Peat vs DufI game will be play- States, and fresh laws may be passed at any time. "That is why I think the fight may come off in England, ami I have ev- erything; fixed up for that emergency. Arena for "A huge arena, holding just about peoplj, all under cover, will ed tonight. This is in the Wright De Put UD on a certain site near ton- shield. The Trades and Professions bou- don. Plans, materials, builders are all ready." That looks like business, doesn't Uriel idea has caught on. At present it? According to the letter. Cochran ttiere are 14 entries, make it sixteen, j insists that the fight will take placd As near as possible men of similar oc- either on May .10 or July -1. cupations will play together. The i Cochran thinks Carpeutier has a draw will be made Monday evening at' food chance to whip Dempsey. He the rink. Play to start Tuesday. The saitl to correspondent: OIESATFORDCITY WINDSOR, Feb. Pelkey, heavyweight champion of Canada, once looked upon as the foremost "white hopes" for title, and famous as ihe man who accidentally killed Luther j McCarthy In the ring iu Calgary some I jrears ago, died this morning at his I home in Ford City, Ontario, after four SOCCER ATTENTION week' Illness from sleeping sickness. j following hava already entered i Pumps. LADY CURLERS OF FOCUSSED ON CUP "Dempsey and Kcams, unlike- tho American public (who think that Car- pentier will last about 10 I realize that they are up against a 1 really great fighter. They are leaving i nothing to chance. i "Georges has everything to gain and nothing to lose, but looks oa Dempsey as a man, not a superman, as everyone else does, and he believes he will best Dempsey. "Decamps, Georges' manager, won't hear of defeat, though he has a whole- some respect for the champion. Fight Worth "They are a splendid pair the fighters. Standing together, Dempsey quite overshadows Carpentier, but that, they both say, is nothing. "Carpentier was very nervous when LON-DON, Feb. Asad. he fought and beat Levinsky. "Everyone had told him that unless GAMES AT CALGARY as wel1 go into retirement i this afternoon In the third round of (From Our Own Correspondent) fboth the English and Scottish cup tie lere be "othmS of that VULCAN, Feb. seems to contests. The principal interestVllI ths contest. Carpentier ke some misunderstanding and mix-up be directed toward the matches be- is as cold aa stcel> and w111 he a11 the In regard to the bonspiel held in Cal- tween Burnley and Hull Citv, though time- tary on the 10th instant, when four the former, which has been steadilv Ti1e b'3 5nowmen ln the rinks of the Vulcan Ladles' Curling ploughing through all Us opponents that flaht wi" be worth nearly Club were' invited to attend the games in both league and cup tie games is two million at Calgary. The following scores are expected to win easily Tottenham I "Jonn "bought the official, showing the Vulcan ladles the meets South End, the former' being Darnum Show, says it will draw even winners of all four games with a total picked to win Villa and Hud i more than that sum." majority score of 15 points: dersfleld, last vear's nual-'sts also' If tllis ia goins to a 000.000 Mrs. Hall vs. Miss Collins, 6-5 in fav-1 clash. Evarton and Newcastle -are IsM, the seats will sell for more than Left to right, Joe Lynch, Referee .Haley, and Pete Herman, at the start of the fight In New York in which Lynch defeated Herman and won the bantamweight championship of the world. CLOSES ON ITS Counsel Sam Up the Evidence Showing Both Sides of Tangled Mess Tho long drawn out Schwartz- Guerin case reached its last lap on Saturday morning when, with the con- clusion of the reading of-the evidence of Mr. Dunblazler, the Sweet Grass lawyer, taken down in his room 'in cross-examination, all the evidence of Schwartz In preparing the din- ner, to which the three Schwartzes and Mr. and Mrs. Tolley sat down at the late hour of half past one. The dinner, he said, was late for the rea- son that it was kept waiting for the return of the Schwartzes from Sweet Grass where they were that morning. It was noteworthy tho Dan Deary, for whom Schwartz said he was butch- ering on the morning of August 25th, was not called as a witness. Refer- ring to the evidence of Dunblazier, as to his want of recollection of the date on which the mortgages were signed and the affidavits made, he held that the evidence would be more open to suspect if he had positive as to the dates, t In the reference by counsel Schwartz, in the statement that he was not indebted to the Sweet Grass bank, his Lordship drew Mr. Ben- nett's attention that Schwartz ha added the words "as far as I know. Mr. Johnitone Replies SOME FIRST- IMPRESSIONS OF OXFORD (By Walter Pembroke College, Oxford) EVE ti a VERYONE thinks of Oxford an thu Y. M. C. A., but an soon Ik the .1 i., again, thla "T- to u rrivata Institution, open only to members, Discovering yuuraelf hungry, you enter u restaurant but nifto are served only between certalBTboun, yon are too late. The follow luc dny you take your famished back to the restaurant at the required hour, but It Is Sunday and tho restaur- ants are all closed up. My Canadian digestive apparatus was not discip- lined thla way, and found the day of rest nujto embarrassing. How- ever, I dropped Into a church, thinking to obtain tho needed lesion In tlence and fortitude. Untor'tunateiy I found myself an intruder in a rented pew where a family and ita ancestors had sat for generations. While speaking of churches a llttlo more should be added about tho cath- edral of Oxford. She hardly gets enough credit for Her cathedrals. In number they exceed the colleges, while each college has its chapel iu addition. At night there is a regular concert of chlnjes. Right opposite my college is the bell called Tom in the famous "Tom" Tower. This bell form- erly belonged to Cosney Abbey, and weighs pounds. Every night at 9.5 Tom begins to strike, and does not weaken until he has tolled out 101 strokes in his great melodious voice. Why the 101 strokes, you ask? Be- causa that was the original number of students whom Tom had to .warn that the college gates were about to close. time-honored city of colleges, and In thla the newcomer Is not disappointed. The dlxnlnvd old struc- tures with their corroded. Ivy-grown walls, are to be seen on They present a quaint, medieval ap- pearance, und are rich In tradition. Above the entrance of my college, for example, arc the rooms once occu- pied by Dr. Samuel Johnson. Oxford Is still a university city in every re- spect. The streets are flooded with a cosmopolitan crowd of gowned stud- ents. The shops handle students' sup- plioa largely, tho number of book- stores being especially striking. In fact Oxford has a population of catering to tho needs of 7.000 stud- ents. In other words each student sup- ports himself and about seven other people. As soon as they spot you for a student they charge you doiiblo pric- es. Oxford might be called a predatory union for. the purse of the student. There are some miscellaneous ItemK which surprise a Canadian for the first tinio in Oxford. First, there are tho Oxford streets. Some are wide, more are narrow; a few are straight, most are crooked, nor do they cross at right angles. Some are irregular, now wide, now narrow, and they all change names every Nfew blocks for tho sake of variety. Some sidewalks are .wide, on some two people abreast cannot be comfortably accommodated. After roaming around several hours trying to get your bearings you enter People's Forum CHALLENGES SERMON cross-examination, an tne ev dence ofi rn. WrV. i H ocf deT Bennett presenting his arguments for, ,ho ,h his dent of the Farmers and Merchants Bank, Sweet Grass, and defendant in the "action. Mr. Bennett summed HP what he i addreas the court at the noon hour. H i emphasis on the fact that'th receipt, according to the evidence o Guerin, was given to Mrs. Schwart without explanation and without bi or of Mrs. Hall. v Mrs. LeBow vs. Mrs. Stow, 6.10 in tavor of Mrs. LeBow. Mrs. Journey vs.' Mrs. Nelson, S-lo in favor of Mrs. Journey. Mrs. Denbigh >vs. Mrs. Williams, 7-6 In favor of Mrs. Denbigh. also famous cup fighters who come orif together. will, be a large block of ?50 seata. TECHNICAL KAYO SYRACUSE, N. Y., Feb. lnE" Johnson of Syracuse defwited The Vulcan ladies were royally en- Fred Hammond here last night by a tertalned by the members of the Cal- technical knockout when the latter's gary Ladies Curling Club, and all seconds threw up the sponge In the express themselves very well pleased eleventh round of a scheduled with the courtesy shown them by the bout. They are lightweights Calgary members. After the games How to Care for the Baby (By Brlce Belden, M.D.) ing read oy her, although she had n rS oSy1 afternoon Schwartz wa which between 10 and 12 a.m. tbe curlers repaired to the .Tapestry room ot the Hudson Bay. tor [lunch, .after which they were enter- BRENNAN WINS NEW YORK. Feb. Brennan, ;eavj-weight, defeated Bob Martin, of tained at the Orpheumjuatinee. They West Virginia, who holds the A B P were again entertained at the Palliser championship in ttaf class in'a'15- 'Hotel for dinner, where each member round bout at the Madison Square Among the numerous hygienic pre- cautions necessary in the care of very young babies are those pertaining to the eyes, mouth and skin. To keep the eyes in good condition the mother should frequently sponge them with a piece soft linen or !ih- sorbent cotton, and a warm solution luulm uuut a[ lne Square of the Vulcan Club was presented with Garden tonight. The bout went the or solution i oeivable, and hardly business or com- mon sense that Guerin would bea partner to a transaction, as alleged by the plaintiff, in which he signed 01 b .iaence ement ln m' was In nk and, with this to his. warning ?f Schwartz, who owed him many thous- ands, in favor of the wholesale cred- itors. He referred particularly to the claratl evidence of Mr. Elton, who signing the de le did not owe the While in his office in respect to the declaration, he took Schwartz's lawyer at the time in out three tlmes ancl warn J inn nine, m mj him tin -nmnl.1 ,i _ wmcn the witness swore that when Schwartz made the declaration that ?d hlra.tnat be himself to be tried for silver coffee spoon in honor of the limit and the judges agreed on Brin- occasion. Dancing was indulged in un- nan as the winner 3 itll the tram left for Vulcan at 10 p.m. i Brennau'a' experience beat Martin. as the former soluier hart du equal amount of the fighting. QUEBEC CHAMPIONSHIP made by dissolving a teaspoonful of either the salt or boric acid to each pint of water. If the eyes show any signs of infec- tion they should be cleansed with a LU iiiuuu uie ueuiiirauun IP.ilt If V he did not owe the bank anything he IIP called him out no less than three .bllt times and impressed on him the 1m- !j" y portance of being careful, in signing i the declaration, that he did not place himself in the position of charg- ed with perjury, j'his lie put" to him in the fact that he had been told by if he signed the A tbe baak Schwart.z "positively he not AMATEUR CARD CANCELLED :ary, 15th February-, 1931 QUEBEC, Feb. Latuque hockey team won the championship j ,of thS St. Maurice Valley league by Sport Editor defeating Gramlmere here last niKht i The Herald by a score of S to 2 and thereby! Sir: I regret have ui solution of ten Brains of boric acid to i Guerin that Schwartz was indebted once ounce of water and if the lids toKhe bank. I 'i he rubber! An infection which threatens to be r-overe requires SUPERANNUATION FOR TEACHERS INCREASED TORONTO, Feb. ves of the Ontario paiblic school and Date teachers' association "waited upon Counsel went to argue that why' '.Ion- K- Rt Grant, 'minister of educa- in tlon morning, to ask that steps oa 'A Physician and niiy.Sweet Grass and not at MilS River be iakso.t to cbilu'a that he, was of a secretive nature tlon 'or ts A PACIFIC COAST HOCKEY LEAGUE STANDING Vancouver Seattla Victoria___ Won. 10 9 7 Lost. 7 9 10 Pet. .588 .500 .410 ROCKY KANSAS PUTS RITCHIE MITCHELL AWAY UUTOALO, Fell. Kansas of Buffalo, ivon from Ritchie Mitchell of Milwaukee in the first round of a bout. scheduled to go 12 rounds here last night. A to the. body and right to the head crumpl- ed tho Milwaukee lighter. Ho was up at the count of niiie, but sunk in a few seconds uii- der a rain ofblows to the head. He was struggling lo his feat again at 10, hut was helpless and the referee knockout. called it ing liouipat Edmonton recently. Yours very truly, 13. D. IJATTUTJM. TAIT WINS SASKATOON, 19.-Clonie Tait, lightweight champion of Can- ada, gained the decision over Tommy Mulhall, here last night in their 12-roupd bout. Mulhall was completely outclassed all the entltd UP with Mulhall bleeding..profusely from'the mouth and noie and from several cuts on his body, MOOSE JAW BOWLERS KEEP IN FOURTH PLACE WINNIPEG, Feb. tions" of Moose Jaw, were holding fourth place in the five-man event of tho sixth annual tnurnaiunit ot the Winnipeg Howling association when last night's draw finished. They irid ii total ot as against hehl ly the Metropolitans of Aberdeen, s D., leaders in this competition Today will sec both Moose Jaw am] -r -i ...v, -ma Jllullelly HUH tlliil. Ul----- ui.uuaLivll at. mouth is in normal condition. Cleans- his wife and son to a bank across the ratc of per annum. The min- ing Uio mouth wit.i the finger in tc, UB niillk, UlB 8Ub.ect of vlll.; ister of education uald that he was method liko.y to injure the delicnte ago gossip. He dei-iarad that Schwartz! expecting a report from the super- membran In those case -where the inside oi' the cheeks und lips uro covered with little white flakes, a condition called had perjured himself In the witness j annuation commission within three thrush or sprue. Uio mouth should ho j ness Ilnali the that his evidence was a con- fueod contradiction of inconsistent testimony. He referred to the wit- drayman of Milk weeks. CIVIL ENGINEER DIES VANCOUVER, Feb. Bol- .washed after every feeding I River, who' testified to'seeing the re-: "ngbroke St. formerly civil wtrh (n j engineer In the employ of the Can- ed, as being that of a man who was adiau Pacific Railway company, Mont- trying to POSH as a person of im-1 real. dleii suddenly his homo here teams in action against thr visitors from the United Stales ard members of thu senior city luaguu ivilh u. borax or of soda fioluLion of one teu.siioonful to thryt; ounces of water, and also four times u duy with borii: acid solution such preai-ribad in the treatment ol th( eyes. Two things which should bft uvoid- til by proper earn of (In; Bkin are chaf- Ini! and pricklv boat. In cases of chaf- ing soap shoiihl not be used, anil bran or suit luiths should hu given. Tho parts should ho cleansed with sweet oil in more .severe cases. Chafed parts should always be covered with a little diiBtiin; powder composed'ot starch two parts, boric acid ono part. Prickly hwit, which IK-caused by heat and irritation from wlolliiii cloth- shonlrl bo treated by substituting nnhtor clothing sufh as inuslin or lin- n next the skin, sponging with equal of wctcr anil vmot-ar, and the of tha dusting po-wder Jnuntiuued j portance In thn village .community ID tha knewleilgr- iio-.had of the law, in Lh fan) dial IIH was at pne time De- puty Sheriff In thn county of McClane, .Montana.- It was sirallge, said coun- sel, that though ho saw the date August 23 on ilio receipt he did not last night while reading a newspaper. He was 73 years of age. Lethbridge, Feb. 17th, 1923, Editor of the Herald Sir your issue of February L4th you report sermon of Rev. G. H. 3obbledick of the previous Sunday, n which some statements are made which I cannot allow to go un- challenged. In the first place the passage from which Ife took his lesson is not even iu the Bible. As everyone knows, the book ot Ecclesiasticus is not in the Canon of the Protestant Bible. H seems strange that a man posing as a.Minister of Christ should need to go outside of the inspired writings to prove his sayings. B< what right has Mr. Cobbledick to apply these words to Christ, as is done In your'report; in the following sentence, "la; the past few years, the preacher said, the world baa lived through the.moaf important epoch of history since He who uttered these words died. 'cross at Calvary." Christ ntter the words quot- ed by-Mr. Cobtledick, neither were they uttered by any prophet of God. They cannot be considered fcs inspir- ed, and it Is due to the people to know that .these'-words have not the authority claimed for them the preacher. But why does a mlnlstef of the gospel wish to go of God's word to find support for his teachings; It seems tho Rev. gentle- man is unwittingly fulfilling the In- dead, including soldieri, simply asleep, awaiting the glorious resur- rection morning, as saltb the Lord, "I will ransom them from the power of the grave; I -will redeem them from death: 0 death, I will thy plagues' O grave I will be thy destruction Sosea O that the Ministers of God would preach the Truth instead of the tra- dition of men! Trusting that you will Bnd space- for this letter, and thinking you, I remain. Yours for the Word ot God, whicli is Truth. P. H. HARDING. US. INT JOIN LEAGBSITIS Former Canadian Tells What it V Must Be Before it ig Acceptable T9KONTO, Feb. is not ths slightest prospect of the United States joining the League of Nations as it stands. This pronouncement was made in a deliberate, cool and closely-reasoned address before thn Empire Club today by an eminent i American who Is reputed to be mas- ter of his subject, "The international outlook." He was Dr. Jacob Gould Schurman to themselves teachers, having Itch- ing ears; and they shall turn away their ears frbiu tile truttrrand shall be turned unto" It Tim. It is sad that he should placet liimself in the role of dreamer men- tioned by Jeremiah in the following words, "The prophet that hath a dream, let him tell a dream; and he that hath my word, let him speak my word faithfully. Behold I am against them that prophecy false dreams, saith the Lord, and do tell them, and cause my people to err by heir lies, and by their I sent them not, nor commanded .hem: therefore they shall not profit this people at all, saith tbe Lord." Jer. 23: 28, 32. Another statement of the report is worthy of note, "The experiences men lad gone through during the war were such as to bo comparable to the crucial hour in the world's .history." This, I understand; would lead us to iclieve that the deaths on the battle- ield.were .on a par with-the death'of Ihrist. Without any disrespect to "If the United States ever joins a league or association of nations, it will be a union for conference and conciliation, not I 1 coercion, a union open to all nation! on equal terms; It will not have a council to coerce, but only a standing committee for con- ference and conciliation; and instead of an alliance of nations under cove- nant to resist aggression In any part of world, It will leave each sover- eign state free to act ai it pleases in the contingency of conference or con- ciliation unhappily failing to avert war NEW YORK, Feb. deBCrip- a speech by Trotsky before the eishtl hort of the glory of 'God. congress of Soviets, in which he de- In what way, may I ask, ca lese sacrifices be compared to the inlesa sacrifice of Christ? "At present about fourteen thousand point it Schwartz at the time his opinion and explanation of the receipt wan ashed. By whomever the words on tin; receipt were added, which totally altered the nature of the transaction with.regard to the mortgages, it uaii not done by his client. He laiii stress on the date August and that the mortgages were signed at Sweet Grass, in particular, in that on that day ac- cording to the evidence of Tolley, he and his wife wero at. Milk River on day, that Tolley helped NEW LIBERAL MEMBER MAY TAKE SEAT MON. OTTAWA, FebY dian ix eipected that G. N. Gordon, newly-elect- cd Liberal member of the" houso of commons for West Peter- boro, will take his Beat in the house about Tuesday ot neit week. Forwarding ot the writs of election has been delayed f for a few clays, but they are. expected to be here by Mon- day or Tuesday. early shown In Heb. 26. Is it ot far better that we acknowledge 10 truth of the Word of rathei han the fallible teachings ot men? Nor do I hold that the who fell on the field of battle, are lost to all eternity, Christians' or not Chris- tians.- That teaching belongs to the creeds of men. The Bible holds out a most glorious hopd for these, and all the dead. This the resur- rection of the daad, as Paul teaches, "There shall he a resurrection of the dead, lioth of tho Just and unjust." Acts again. "Th.e. man Christ Jesus, who gave himsalf B rantotn for all. to be testified in- time." Tim. 6. The timo for testifying this blessing to all thu world, even those who have died, Is the Millenlal Age, to which present world conditions are but tho forerunner. can well re- joice In this promised blessing, which will bo an offer of everlasting life to all, and will far exceed a little earth- ly iu the iiresont life. All the central part, about 15.000 versta re- I mains In tact. Three thousand bridges and telephone and telegraph Hues have also been destroyed and we have about M per cent, ot slct locomotives." The Uconomicueslcala n (Econ- omlc Life) says that "news ie bsglii- nlng to reach us from the central provinces of famine' having ir- among the people and about whole- sale extermination of cattle for lack at fodder." The newspaper conclud-s ay saying that "the foundation of our agriculture, the very thews and sinews Is perishing." A Bolshevik commissary writing (n the official Pravda', says "The worklns men ara without any footwear, and the women are without so much as a needie. Truly, they are living much worse than they did before. We are bound to admit that the soviet power has failed b do for .them the moat ;