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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 20, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta rAOK SIX TIIK DAILY HERALD TWHSIUY. KKHHliAUY 20, 1010 "BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McManus INSECT-MINE ARP SUMMER foas READY FOR PALM BEACH IDIOT-WHAT DOING WITH THAT OUTFIT PACK THEM IN THE TRUNKS CANT WEKRTHATAT RMM RACH-IT5 WARM NlCELY-WEARECQtMQTO PAL I WHER't WQJLFOR CCOONESS SAKE It PALM BEACH? The Sport Page Ebbets Likely to For- give Young Hurler's Jump (o Shipyards BASKETBALL The Business Men won from the Rovers last r.isht in P. fast and fari- otis gime. The game was close all tbo way.' There was lion OP. both sides and good shooting furf dassjcs To Be Agnin "am T whether to this city or unless ihe municipality has executed n Iransfer. the taxes with reference to these lanila oome under the scheme 50 thnt it will apply to all lands thai forfeited lo the cities, etc., last year, under the sale. Ail arrears up to the Slst ot Pecem-. her. arc treated as a principal PARIS. Feb. (Special cable from J. W. the first time a representative of tbe overseas Do minions has served on the council o! It is itssible liai when tnc Rolite! start their training period Albert Ma- rnaux. the youns burler tv-no jumpiti the club early last season for a job In tae shipyards, rosy be one ot the squad. Soon after bfs leap from the elob, Mich was unexpected, Presi-! flent Ctairles H. EWwts was not a oil I backward in tellinB bis opinion ot the] player, arid tor this tbo o! the Robfca could not be blamed. Time, tber >be healer o! all irounds that may to a steal eitent by It. Waddington anil T. Home. Wade Ridpath was the basket-getter (or tbe Rorers. The junior game was anybody's game until the last minute, prhen pulled in the lead. Jack Scott and Bob McCareljJy played fast game and iveie the chief scorers (am as ia Old Pre-War Days racing ivitl bo resumed ii is t ho governin p body o E per centronl ll! conference. Tho British jt anj amouot Empire reproscntalivos al this aflcr divided into Un equal payments ot wero Jlr- Balfonr, lhe principal and interest, j payment to be made in the for the winners. to Al llanuar several other ball players wbo leaped from their clubs to "tie shipyards. However, if Eb- i hete decides to restore the former pirate to good sUadinc this spring he will deal mti a Mamu of a eot Irrespontible Heretofore '-Mamaux's career in majors was one of a youngster shouldered no great -responsibilities, He was inclined to irild wars and has known what it is like to be BUS- peftded for jumping over the traces daring the playing season, Btrt ft Mv i rum's word OM be those are passed aiiri from DOW oc he ia- tends to pay Etrlcl attention to 1 mess- The reason for the young pltch- er'a change in attitude lo-j-ard tie ser- ious tkings in life may be glianed from the fact that he was recently married and hareaiizes'that in the fo> tnre he: will hare- looS before he leaps. broke in'o the majors as a Pirate in 19iS and he. soon was in the HniT'tism- He possessed terrific jipeed aod ia the bor depended mainly upon his ability to hurl the bill past the bf- ters: He proved to he Ecnsation P J ratepayer so in arrears as to his taxes .'._t can advantage ot the Act unless he has paid hia 1519 taxes and interest on the sum for one year at S per cent. war days, no (ewer tban -S3 days ot Fpcrt having been arranged for thc rotnicg season AH the famous class- be nm on their original curreDl llWea >e i ent of his with the courses, and turf follower! are looftins ,v ot prindpal and ln. 1Brest ho ,alls lo da SQ he A A well known player, in explaining recently the iascrnatfon which golf holds tor him. staled that It was be- Bres o as o a SQ e forward to a Jw season. The opening I nl lh h d the 1ands meeting will lake place at Newmar- bB _oH ket on March 24. the famous Lincoln-' cilj. o! Earoonton for ex- shire handicap being the feature ot a A o )IcKav points iul the three days future, Liverpool fol- lha( bj. rte pa'yment of ar- lowtng Ttith three days on until nest s-ear and -S and 23. Easter Monday. April 21, will be a ing H over a period of ten years, prac- tically all land owners iu arrears can big dsy, meetings having been arrang- uke ravments and carry cause the gajuie looked so easy and at Kempton park, Birmingham and thero TJ10 proviso that they N-ewcastle. The Epsom spring meet- paj uies and a year-3 interest in ins has been sanctioned for April 29 lo take advantage ot the scheme was in reality so hard, although noth- ing stapler ttian hitting a sta- tionary ball irirh a clob. It ts a human body is curiously ill adapted for any such task, for na- ture docs not point that way and pro- ficiency, in other games is no pass- port- Tfcere are a-great' many ihinga; to be .mastered before the object can be satisfactorily accomplished, such as how to how to back, how to obtain the proper co-operation ot body, arms and eye. The problem ot dispatching that innocent ball in the desired direction becomes sudden- and 30 ,the famous Kempton jubile'e the mmister- thinks, certainly i for May 16 and and the Epsom jbring in taies to the city.treas- summer meeting for June 3 and 4. On j ury ttun otherwise would be paid and Whit Monday there will he racing on from year (0 year, besides al- Hum park, Roacar and IVolTcrhamp-' lowing people to retain their property. _ _________ f ______ n.' Ascot takes place on June 17 and Ail automatically come under committee, which will gather special i. Hrilish foreign minister, and Sir Hob- erl Borden. Tho matter before tlie council was Serbia's claims for enlarg- ed territory. In tho forenoon, the cninmiUee to consider tbe Greek claims, of which Sir Robert Borden is a member, had a sitting. Yesterday there was a full meeting MIR! A part One of the most interesting of the present Supreme Court session is being heard belore Mr. Justice ot Brliish Columbia that fs to loom large la the met- ier of fruit production is Ihe Creslou Valley ot which the lowii of Crcs- loti Is I ho centre. "while lor a number of years Creston Valley KtrawberrJoa have been {avor- ably knowu throughout Southern Al- berta tho year 191S sees this favored section (nktng a prominent iiUct- apple production, a lolal expoti ot almost 70.000 Loses, while enormous strides forward have also been madu in other such as pears, peaches, etc. In tomatoes ILo crop of last jc-ar rau to over crates ot the ripe ?orl, and another of green, vrtiile in iiotaloes just under tons were shipped to pralrlo Tho ylolrl of tirawbarrles, which ?aa below normal e to a dry spell In the middle ot (ho season. over 10.0000 crates, while almost crates of raspbeTrie-s nnro alsn shipped, lu Iho matter ot Irco fruits the vaMey is almost lu its Infancy only about 30 per ceiit. of the 2.0Di) acres planted to fruit trees Is as yet bearing. To convince of the quality of Creston apples the board a! trede ot that lotvn has lavdrcd the IleraUl ivlth hall r. bos of Ihreo winter varieties, which for SIZP, color, flavor and keeping qualities arc certainly stroml to rone. In addition to Ma orchards Creston Valley ranchers alsr> show wisdom in seeing to it (hut dalryiiig, poultry and tiattlo arc not neglected. Accorciinp to fig- ures supplied that point shipped al- duciirjg his own defense without the aid of counsel. The case started late in the forenoon and the plaintiff was still on the slam! fct lunch. the minimum oJ cold but an abundant snow an-i rainfall tha[ roM- ers Irrigation unnecessary. Possibly Creston Vulley't best asset Is its proximity (o the, prairie mirhct. In Ms evidence (he ptemtiff sad j strawberries loaded at Creston today that last summer his wife went lo j ach as far as iri Waterlon Lakes to camp, staying at lo be soW for B w tbe Lee camp. The next he knew sla. which has been the at- sister lo como to Lethbrtdge to _ tendon o( the council of ten for some but on learning tho trulli j days, without, any delinite results to Iounil nis Wir6 al She re-i dnte. There is sliU some faint hope j f USed 1o come back and live wilh that the warring Russian factions ma? sayjQg SRe iovert Fullmer. bo Induced to a meeting in conterencciburg had been left with the children' the representatives of the Great j and though Mrs. had rrs, the latter acting virtually as aart the poUpy of interven- tion failing, such a solution hai sill1, got its champions on the council. The matter of possibls intervention, (ts to Its character, such as costs, are objects to be considered by a special! come back to Cardaton twice since visit the children she- refused to re-j main and live with him as his wife, His inothcrin-law had come from Uol-j land and is now looking after the children with the help of another ly terrifying. Men vUn. it- as with a refractory colfar stud, and tbe three following days, and wood on July 29, 30, 31 and AH bank holiday ses racing ood-, (nis act tot any ratepayer may si 1 Ojj at Sny lime and wtfat he viil be to pay will be the total am- on three courses, at Sandown, Birm- oTint due on Dec, 31, 1918 with interest inghara anil Ripon. Dcncaster will ibe at S per cent and ii he has paid one favored on September 3 acd three fol-1 or two payments and then fails the lowing days. The famous derby an dthe will be run olf at Epsom, the St, wiU be credited and Oaks lands sold for the balance. the AppHcabic by Rtsotution lation for the consideration ot the conference ns a whole, There had bten some apprehension lest tha Canadian exhibits for (he Ly- ons fair wouid not arrive in time', but the ship containing them docked at Havre on Sunday and they Trill be carried to the tfair grounds by a fast train. With Ihc opening of the ger at Doncaster. the gold csp at As- Tha flct doe3 jj0t come jnlo force On March 1. the exhibits will be the iricefeven tempers are raflled by cot, tbe prince of Wales stakes at New- nowever jn any ot the cities unless I In position and there will be in at- perversities. Prodigals of resolu- market, the Goodwood cup at, Good- lhe connici oy reaolntion makea it ap-jtemiance representatives of Canadian tiou and Till power in other spheres -srood. the EcKpse stakes at Sanaown. and il does not apply in any I Industries :tnd erAerprises who are be- cannot remember to keep their heads 'the Grand Xalioaal at Aintree. and municipality other ihan a city, except [ginning io arrive. down and their eyes on the "ball when j many other races of great value aad thc paasiag of an order In council! Sir Arthur Currie, commanding the We-Don't Fix Radiators We Repair Them The Reliable Radiator Repair Shop George .Farquharton, Prop. Rear "O? The Tailor, Sti'S. The cross examination hy the fenclant had Just started at 12 o'clock. Defendant was endeavoring to draw from the plaintiff a statement Ihat) he. thc plaintiff, knew the defendant had-nothing whatever to do wilb his! wife's departure for Spokane. The plaintiff IB submitting several I letters which have passed bntween 1 Mrs. Wondenburfj antl Fulliner a? proof ot hts case. An Interesting after- noon session Is, promised. on tie when the novitiate is passed there are days of infinite tribulations when nothing will go right, abysmal lapses .of form and loss, of instinct. ihistoric Interest the seawa iand be reon 23 games soch as naver atflict one in'anj other raniy eigit. Thi? record was'sport. Men of weak physique, with tit 111 e more ii that the that son a BeciriT. credited with striking out 132 bat- Urs. S' Keot Up His Work The following year the youngster .that he M lost none of He won the same number of fiamcfl us be did in 1915. bat he tost a total bt 15. Hte slrikeou: victims Jinrabertd 163 and lie toofc part 'n 4-i contests. For his sensational pitching he received columns of publicity and was. a jlraielns card around the Na- ttonal circtiit- Mamaux was aware of these facts and tbe fame ap- parently got the better of him. This was reflected in his work as a Pirate the foflowliiff Hfe sot beyond ty an effort, send the ball flying yards, while burly fellows get lhe control of Jimmy CaUahan when the latter was piloting the team and the manager was torced to fiu His pitching was a big pointment'. He lacfced bis fcpeed and when tbe season endtti lie had won only Iwo games and lost 11 He took part in 15 contests. lAst winter It was decided that tbe old-time} sensation had outlived bis usefulness In Pittsburgh and he waa traded, along with Chuck Ward and Barleigh Grimes, to tbe Roblna for Casey "Stengel and George Catahaw. At the Robins' camp last- spring Al showed flasriefl of his early speed and RoJrbloJiad. hope's (hat he would stage a comebsck, Flefore tbe Routes' '.determine whethef or not the yoaoff pitcher nowhere. tbe But if Ihu sorrows experienced are great, EO also are its rewards. There is a feel and a glow about a clean hit drive or an approach tbat dribbles up to the bole tbat few strokes at polo, lawn ttfcnis or billiards are able to ttoVe. In the course of o two- hour round a player has every variety ol chaiKe to cover himself with glory or disgrace. It altogether on his own skill, nerve and self-control. A golfer learns to aufft-r for his own shortcomings and profit by hisj own prowess. It comforts the diffi- dent, it inspires the self-reliant and the essential companlonablenefs ol the game saves it from egotism. Even on the black daya there fs consolation In being out In the open air, in the scenery and in the absolute escape from mundane wor-' rlts, in the jolly eporling spirit that Wvws over the links and in the con- rest will this year be run the recommendation of tbe inin- frat time 1914. j ol aiunicipai affairs, H is point- out that this latter piece of macli- HANK GOWDY COMING BACK j inery may aUered committee of the house but tbe method of applying for me in Kehru- u i5 admitted to he reasonable. writes Catcher Hank Gowrty, baseball's pioneer patriot, in an inter Seed Grain Money estlng letter; sent from the banks of i In explaining the act to facilitate in i. p 10 game right Ihvs minute. I am feelfngi he writes. "I am playing ball every chance I and he adds that a training trip into tbe Soul eland looks better to him about now than the jaant Into Germany in which he 16 at present engaged. "i don't claim to know all ofcont the fighting that has been going on over he says. "But it slrikos ing his portrait EOF the Canadian war memorial. P. M. Draper, who lias been repre- senting tbe Trades and Con- rtoV the borrowing of money for the of Canada, arrived In London on tot seed (rraln. Hon. J. R. lloyle Wl" hTflno the 'MaiiTctanla on Feb. 2S. H is un- derstood that the j-pecial iabor com- mittee of the conference, under Ihe chairmanship of Samuel is well advanced with Its report, which ia based upon thu draft prepared by the, E.ncctal British committee, upon which Mr. Draper represented Canada. Cltcted on him he became almost Eane, atid finally drove them away without food or water. Canadian corps, who is in Parts at-' They.were able to reach a railway tending the ptace conference, ts giv- staliorr.. where tbey gave themselves ing up part of his time to the silting up to the Greek station master, and to Sir Orphens. who Is paint-'were afterwards taken captives again EXPERIENCE COUNTS We have repaired over 400 radiators opening In Lethbridge in October and every owner was satisfied. ANDY by tbe Turks and held until the Turks gave up the fight, when tliey made their way to Kgypt and joined General Allenby's troops there. publisher. The missive Is written from i or seen pram. won. J. K. uoyie Oberwinter. vhere the atari's with the f showed horr many who nad Pony-second (Rainbow) division and] encumbrances on their land.jrc to be bears the dale of December 29. j provide! with sufficient to ae- "I feel as if T cotrtd jump into Eeed Heretofore it had 1 been for a new mortgage to be drawn up if the loan companies were to advance further sunia lor purchase ol grain. By the new btion the amount of the Men could easily and cheaply be increased with the consent ol both farmer and mort- gage holder lo the extent necessary for seed purchase. F. Davis of Oloichen. wanted to ask AUTO TIRES OF ALL 8IZM VULCANIZED By the Tamoiu Haywood System RE-TREADING REPAIRING By experienced Workmen. AH work guaranteed. Special Equip- nect for Rim Cat Repaln. R. D.RITCHIE 2D8 13th St. S. .Off. UliMB Mllli our surprise we are getlfnE sclmiiness that hy tomorrow one's hans-np treatment from the (Jaraana sood rtots -will he remembered we are coming In contact with In this one's bad shots Exchange, section." wouHL retain his early Piltsbtirgh form .Mamaux jumped the club. PEARSON AS A. A. A. A. HEAD H to -understood that Capt, Bob will be the chairman PRO BALL FOR ONTARIO NBW YORK, Feb. call for n. latfonal lea- s at a derrcased price Uain in thc Hoy a I Flying Corps, will iwing that Ihc in rca-'-ing ol thrill- 1 grain bUfc should be cipericncRS on thc easlcrn Iron-. Also lie WD3 not event of two mortgages on i was plin! In the city of a pkrecljiror.'-rty. tho consent of both Im- Mesopotamia, taken to Con-, hnlflora'wm be rCfiuirn-l for jptanlfnoplo as a witnncr, find from i His placing of an addition to the loan. Ihoro to a piece al thr> end of j ln tho Aiberta Amateur Athletic associa- tion. .Ho would be the most able choice tTiat eonW' bs sna- j !3 GREB WHIPS LEVINSKY "ifient flf the league., Transfer of Hamilton, Ontario, I tbe most important business, Ho (housrht that a proportionate pay- i mont rouM he when setllement '1 Smyrna _Ralhvjiy, almost In Iho centre of Turkish Asfa. and others refused to ptvo pn- Attention! WB wish tci notify our palronp that we have 'MOVED to 405 Second Avenue S. opposite No. i t'irc Hail cn'I are now In position to give you the best service In the city. Call and Be Convinced. TIRE 3ERVfCE STATION Schullz Ned (Formerly Palace Vulcanising Works) Will! i ar SERVICE STATION WHAT'S IN A NAME Are the prewnt cir own- ers aware ol the (act c( the cars all over lhe world are ctiulppcii wllh WILLARD BATTERY Do not misled hy any in- ferior tallery, buy a nnd make sure H is a Moke use of our free scrvlca because IjltUo Ampsrc says: "A gooJ hatlery without scr- vice Is like bread without yeast, (t won't stand up." Call and let ns explain our Still HfUcr Wlllarl 311 SEVENTH 3T, I PHONE 616 callons for thc 'Iranchifitf hare been received from Scranton, Pa., Mont- scored a tcctotre victory and oiiawa, Mr. fullhc said. over Battling ol Now York, In a ten-round boul here last No Dotibt Yonr Car Needs Overhauling! we CAN oive YOU SATISFACTION AND GUARANTEE ALL WORK 'Your car wllf be overhauled under the able supervision of our chief expert, Mr. Sloddart, formerly master mechanic ot a 300 car capacity garage tn Winnipeg of renown success. CHARGES PALACE GARAGE T. H. RAVEN SECOND AVENUE 5837 C. H. STOODART Matter Mechanic HOCKEY PLAYEB3 jjr tbr.t the morl- succeeds! In escaping dls- were to' he by liens ei'sdl as Turks, with their on" the tropr, raised from the seed stained with Juices nf acquired nmlcr the atldltlonal .Sf'tno sorl, anrt their meagre supply j loans. Irrespective where the provisions lied up In their vohvj was grown. In the rases where Ihere nilmras sashes, wound and rewound would be two or more InMmbrnncca laronnil waists. They hail pick-j on lands (he Act In many case.i 'eil (in (fie languigc to( PROFESSIONALIZED tn pr0viile relief lo Iho farmers, i the ordinary s.iliilsllons. anJ Feb. 18.-r-For an tn-i AH parties would have to asacnl. Ho i after .travelling about 200 miles, In-f ,cl thc amateur rules I had personally Olscnaasil the proposed ]cnrrin? all it rlaks and wap-! A. IT. of for in Ihc nppltcatlon of the A. t legislation with ropreaentativcs ct (he for farcla! provincial loan Dlltrrano. Charlisjand n Wn5 a t3 association 1 that tlio need gnln S. Doyle and .W. j purchaser.! one encumbrance Korton, of tlie hookfy toam.jihelr land should he enabled to pur- were suspended on Saturday hy thojchasa grain wllh further advances on Oufibpc br.ijich of Hie Canadian Ama-1 ctlsllnR rnortgngos' and without en- leur hoc'key asEOciatlon. lading heavy loiial Tho plnyors partlcipatoJ in an t-x- .hlWlion match al QuBhec on Jan. 23, SEATTLE playing for the Hochetagaa of Mont- rt-al, against Ixssi On Uie.Hochclaga WES Frink Me-. Oarlby, a professional boiM, Coast Hocloy 1 SBATTLB, Feb. defeat- cfijitnre as hy v.hilfi Csraplng frnni a lioml of native FhcfhorrLi with ran into a hnnd rif younit Turkish ivho etriripcd them of thrlr raiment, took part of their prtoioii.i foo'l. ;mil tlielr stlif more p.-ocious wa'.er hot- ties, ahuscd them and Ihrealencd to mt tlieir enra antl nonc-a off, cut their Ihroate, and do various oihtn1 hid- eouii things, proiMcrt them in the back Tllh knives and tho htittn of ed Victoria, I (o 1, iMt alght In the their rifles, shot one uf their numher' fn ngony from the fiiftcrlngs In-1 TIRE REPAIR ACCESSORIES m1 Tread Filler Protection Patches Lace on and Hook on Tire Talc Refiners VnKex And Cement BAALIM MOTOR Co, BACK OF UNION BANK A Pott Card Will Bring You One of Our Handsome 1919 Calendars. ;