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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 21, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE T11K HERALD FRIDAY, FEI1UUARV 2i, TfF "BRINGING UP FATHER' By G. McManus The Sport Page A. P. P. OFFICER sow in the province, 1M.1S9 in British Columbia, 1.413.112 In Saskatchewan, oll.WS in Manitoba. 623 in Ontario and 2TC.026 in the Vnilcd States. frtvade Taber for First Game of S- A. ling Here Monday Tonight senior ttsm 1 snd trie ttam will in- the town of Taber. to play basketball. The Taber boys have been the Leth- brldge boys expect a hard game. A large crowd is joins down to the game. On Monday the fimout Stirling boys will play here and from all accounts this.came will be .a dandy, 10 keep Monday night open. V o v BARONS WON AND LOST IJ Barons bowlers went to Cal- gary last Friday to iaugle with ibe Cow Town truudiers in both five and tea p-n fixtures. They vron the ten-pia matcb, but lost out in five pins. Cal- gary is expected to return tho match. fr ERNIE STARK, BARONS TRUNDLER ROLLS 267 IN NEAR-PERFECT GAME Ernie Stark jtepped out at Bar- the other-night in a game of ten pins preparatory to the final round of the Stark-Moore vs. Ev- Jns-Shover strles, and tumbled the pins to the tune of 267, just to give the local boys a hinl of what he has' up'his arm. Here's tbe way he did It: 123456789 10 18 38 68 98 123 153 188 219 247 267 It very nearly a perfect game. In his aecond two stood af- ter the first ball. Then he went piling "up eight ttrlku. On his first'extra ball, however 1 pin'stood, othtr- -wiac he might hive midc hla tccre 271, During the match Just 13 wire rolled. To Slay Off Job For Two Bootleggers Tried to Hribe Him ED-MOXTOX. Feb. a pro acres in the northern part of the cily. Hon. B. 1> Smith objected to Ihe town vs I lost o! tho resolution as submitted hompsm vromises to bB one bv Dr. Blow, pointing out tliut its in- Oays" from his lot the most interesting the town has ference was educ aUen when the legislature rctusert the found- ing ot a universily in that city EOUIO years ago. He spoke of the great architectural and hygeiui: advantages of the former college site for the technical and art institution which he Inasmuch ua the- nieu overseas hai cvidi-ully Rot lUo misconception lha( they wouhl by able lo re-Uain for any KiuJ cf work when they returned t4 t'anaila. Correspondence work frou] Iho khaki university showed with deep interest the men deslra to em bark in new and t-hoaeu worX, naturo ot this varyinc trora cinarj breeding to agriculture, the favorila profession ot all.' lluslness courses hail trained unfor jijbllc pres- sure in Ihe cllles and under the tamu pressure farm science aud such mat- ters should bo added !o smaller school currk'ulums. Is a new definition of educa- tion today, and I atu glad to hear tho minister ot education say the system of education In Ihe province will bu considerably strengthened. But wo must spend enormously more, UcblQ the grants for education." Alei. Ross. Centre Calgary, could .10! agree with ellher the motion OP Ihe amendment. Ho personally" WAS sallsned with Iho premier's that the new technical institute would be erected in Calgary during the year. Tho work ot Ihe Calgary Instltulu might well bo extended over the rrov- inco for there was need of such In- v slruction. However, It was n question for tho province au-1 not for the cities to answer. lion. J. II. Boylo reviewed the estab. llshmcnt of tho Caigary Institute. It was intended lo have this to provliio the samo facilities in technical train- ing that the university Old In acadcmln training, lie explained how the insti- tute hail been given over to the federal authorities this step having born en- dorsed at a conference of the Calgary city council, the Calgary school board, Sir James I.oughecrt. for the tedenil government, and hhnselC for the pro- vlnclal government, while he was min- ister of education. It was considered by both government ministers that it. would be wasteful and unwise lo forca the federal government to build a second technical school Ul Calgary when they woiild require It for a com- paratively short lime- only, >t was nnt detachment, is one ot the'Interesting] ever had. statements made oy Supt. C. Bryan i For the past four or five years Mr had boen closed by tM nient. Such not the. case. The 'George Honilcy look issue with Mr. Uoyle that there not 11201! fnr duplication of Institutes in Calgary, when such were supposed to provldo tor the entire province, lie adjourned the delate. v put tbroujh Wed- or the provincial in'tbe report j Thompson 'has been running a pool thrown j Iletiullo Information rearhorl the I'. bv McGraw: ot the tabled in the house today. hall in town in conjunction with Mr. out a retraining re.[ S. war department.thateight flcrmi.n i j vnnii of the; -The temptations which have been Sec-rest; and one or two of Mr. Thomp- including the Impcrator. CM offeree1 o our men worktag along E0n's sons, until last July, when the! f whcn tho alloc-atoJ to Ihe UnltoJ Stales .Valler Holke and Catcher Bill the border have, very license held by Mrs. B. Thompson, uti-, "mhorilles look over Iho in-1 for transporting troops from trance, i so to Cincinnati in exchange Nariden so to rineiasau m j Xo ether lenr.s in the deal, Constable h stationed at Urc announced here. It was under- Coutts. who was offered to ub- althoush not aunour.ced olticial-: sent himself from U'fi.detachment for ferod to our men working along. son's eons, until last July, wnen Inc' October. IMS, whcn ,e border have, bc-tn very license held by Mrs. B. Thompson, un-1 fedBra, over Ih lys the report, notably Ueg. No. 61. far which Ihe hall was c. 'stKution for a period, paying depi t t- fit Ilio tQB llCenEC nan llv thk a saMsfaclory arranzc-menthas j two days." b'e'en made In rcgsrd to Chase's sal-! The superintendent, Mr. pirea Neither-the mayor, the license inspector or the department of justice would sign or grant the parties an ap- plication or license to continue the the aforementioned hall. rcgsrd to Chases sal- The supermienaeni, 't the Cincinnati club.! pays a hish WInpiimen.t con- Mr. Thompson repeated y appled to men under, circum- the mayor for arv Claim the emu.-paya a msu the trade was effected at the local j duet of the men under such clrcum- the Then club headquarters by Managers Moran stances. ri zeltme one. i for n period, paying deprecla- I on' the worth of equipment, which would all be relurll-. ed lo the provincial government at tho earliest possible moment. The prov- ince had developed the technical work until 41G civil students and 100 re- turned men were re'ceiviug instructipn. number of teachers, miners Former Lightweight Champion Hopes for Army fuses Match With Lewis SAX Ritchie is throufS with the. fifbt game, Jimmy Cotfroth; promoter, feu ins ottered to the former .Hgitw'eight champion a match with Kid Ted Lew Is. Cotfrbth figured that it iroulver for another date. The scores: BANKERS 1st 2nd 41 SO MacKay Thompson BlacWoct Godden Dawson Totals Willie fsets that he Is finished vrit'n tte professional game, and while he realizes there' wouM he a chance for him to coin some money for himseU -he prefers to pass up that chance and play it Mtfe. As A battered pug he wouldn't, go wei! as a social favorite In the dances about the city and he knows it righ 22 Srd Til. 2 9S 77 Jlurray McAdoo Jenninss Liscomhe Freestone Totals Smith for Mr. Thompson. Mr. O'llrien, tho Justice ,he brought' down: He conln'aUp give assurance that he-i a o[ edu- i wo, rllt effect for the. prbv- iuce all classes. wonW He called lo- before j geiher in conference In order that the whom the complaint had been laid, j would be possessed of was to have Judged the case, but the i cvery viewpoint in such an Important I defendant objected on the grounds u was planned to have Ihe that Mr. O'Brien was biased. Mr.. new jnstllulo ia Calgary-in operation O'Brien would not grant that he was jn J920, when the federal government biased, but since he had been mayor'; gives up the wort, during the time that these applica-! MacArtam spoko ot technical lions for a license had come up he! nnd all education for the matter, from permitted 'Mr. Evans to Eit on the case. I [ho standpoint ot the soldier Interest, 'The defendant, nlso objected to Mr.' Kvans, but his cbjections were ruled EXPERIENCED COUNTS AVe- have repaired; over 400 rauiatora upsning ii: In October anil every owner was satisfied. ANDY THE RADIATOR MAN H 413 FIFTH 8JJ out. to "that rr'oiuccd .....183 184 1st 2nd 3rd Ttl 37 3S 20 39 91 V, 41 43 23 -_ 46 53 ......ISO 200 night, and good ice. As the first com- petition lias now got .lown (o the jz.oSMO finals, a has hecn s. and started. Ust night's results: neid...........10 I-ivie i Clark..........12 Carberry 43-121 j shepherd.......11 13 al Ihe end of the second day's j .j. Jioore and Stark o dling in Ihe Manitoba Bowling be In Lethbrldge t 'PEfi BOWLING TOURNEV WINNIPEG, Feb. wao no change Ir. the standing of Ihe five-man team tmndlii.o today. The doubles and sin- gles were rolled yesterday, Smith and Collier, of Chicago, soing into firs! place with while their tearo- SravA Illouln and lionsche, are in sec- ond place with 1.110. In the singles, Sutherland, of Winni- peg, leads with MO. Donovan, of He- gina .rolled Into 1Mb. place with 551. DEFEAT TORONTO OTTAWA. Feb. Ottawa de- feated Torontos, 9 to 3, tonight in the N. II. L. Attention! Wo wish lo notify our. patrons Inat wo have MOVED (o' 405 Second Ayenae S. apposite JToM Fire Holland are now In posldoh to give you the best service In Iho clly. Call and Be Convinced. TIRE SERVICE'STATION tehultl A Neel (Formerly Palace Vulcanizing Works) Give it a Chanco There are only two places 1 in yourwhole car that need water. One is the radiator. The othtr b tht ialferj. If you forget youTl hcsr from it right eway. If you foiget your battery, it Vtcps on working for a while, but it is damaged just ai AS your engine would be if you let the radiator go dry. Give your battery dunce to make good by having in add dwtilk-d water rmy ot 10, and tcrt each cell with the Hydrometer to make sure that you up the chorfc. 311 SEVENTH ST. S. PHONE 616 'of number of accidents in the mmrBtrato finding both guilty as; Jark Taylor. of Canada, and i Charley Culler, one' of'the foremost American mat probably will got a tr> meet .foe Stcc'ner. i the year was comjwr- and costs and Taylor today received a further com- ui mnnicatlon from tho Duliilh promoter below ground. There were_ a_uo .atlvely small..there being 21 separate .Their friends redeemed accirients causing loss of We. Three ,hcm (rom tho cemcnt cell back to Hie persons coming to their death a iiarrls implement liousc. causo of accidepts above ground, and Tilo opera, Ihe llohemian municaiion iruin t-j wants to E'ago the Cutler Taylor serious accidents No Doubt Your Car Needs Overhauling! WE CAN GIVE YOU SATISFACTION AND GUARANTEE ALL WORK Your car will hf: overhauled under the nhle supervision of our chief c-ioerl. Mr. SIr-dnart, formerly master mechanic of a capacity mirage In Winnings o! renown success. CHARGES MODERATE PALACE GARAGE T. H. RAVEN Manager SECOND AVENUE PHONE 1837 C H STODDART Master Mechanic battle, cither at Winnipeg or Lniluth. 'here were also played to a full house, ind 21 slight occl- jjorrin, of lonn, ipent !i 'ilayj In town on going aoulli again on Wednesday's train. KNOCKS H. B. ROUTE Feb. son'f Hay route never will become one dtnls above ground nnd -H serious and SO jlislil below ground. Nine persons wcra prosecuted dur- ing the year ntider Ihn rnincH p.rt. In regard to rcrtlRcalcs issued dur- ing the, (he Hhow 22'-' provisional overmans certificates were icit 1S Ihlrd ctanf. 28 neroin'-clim 0 ai well seven mine of Hit? rufoBnlzen gram exporting, iinil IfiS mine rescue wort: roule.i of Canada, In the opinion I Thlii makes a titill to James Carrulhcra. of Montreal, n- Is-ljireslilcnt o! the Canada Hteamshlris, 1 in too province. JBS Limited, and head ol the grain export- ___firsl-rfes, mine surveyora Ing firm bearing name. _ 448 mine rescue workers cerllnratci... "There only will ho two rtcognizcd Of the total of over Ions Outlets lor Ihe great bulk ot the Can- of coal lhat mined In the prov- adfan crops and Vancouver will be Ince during the year, waj ot he said hero today. We Have a Number of Good USED CARS FOR, SALE A DODGE ROAD'STER A CHEVROLET BABY GRAND A FORD TOURING CAR And a Number oi Good 490 Chevrolet Touring Cars, Come In am! look Ihcso over nnd pick out your car (or this fine driving weather. BAALIM MOTOR Co. BACK QF UNION BANK A Port Card Will bring You One of Our Handsome 1J15 ;