Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 24, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta
SIX THE LETHBniDGE DAILY HERALD MONDAY. FEBIWARY 21, 1010 "BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McManus The Import Page CURLING On Monday night at the 9 o'clock draw, two semi-finals will be played, Fox vs McXabb and McLeod vs Shep- herd. With good ice there should be some classy curling. The final will be played on Tuesday nighL Before ihe nine o'clock draw a general meet- ing of the club Is called by the presi- dent to discuss the play for the Wright Shield. A pood meeting is requested. Saturday Scores. Boyd Clark Steith S, McLeod 12. Gray 8, Keid 22. Peat 6, Gaddes 10. Monday's Draws 7 Baalim vs Carberry; Me- Kenzle vs Freeman; Aird vs Reid; ClarJ vs Gaddes. 9 p.m. McNabb vs Fox, semi-final; McLeod vs Shepherd, semi-final; Nelson vs Peat; Skeith vs Marnoch. Tuesday's Draws 7 vs Livie; Marrs vs Aird; Freeman vs Skelii; Boyd vs Nelson. 9 vs Marnoch. Stirling Invades Lethbridge Fight For The League Leadership Tonight at the Lethbridge and Stirling ancient enemies, will clash ia the "first local fixture of the South- ern Alberta Basketball League. Stir- ling is leading the league with two i The locals have their work cot I oat for them but they are out to win it at all possible. H.tiey So they will be the league leaders. If they lose Stirling will have a leii plied np. crowd is expected. Stirling Bert Tiber Oa Wednesday night Feb. IStli, tie basketball team vent Sown be- fore tie Stirling Quintette in the. Stir- _ 1ms bill. The throughout was Very fast and exciting and good play- Ing on both sides was a special feature of the game. Stirling, however, tooS the lead and maintained it to the end, the final score being 55 to 19 in favor of the Jnnclion town. Spaceman for the local team succeeded in scoring is out of the 65. I A preliminary game was played be-j Baseball's tween Ihe Stirling juniors and Hay-' mond juniors. This also was a good game. The final score was 37 lo 14 in Stirling's favor. Beat Carditon Too On Thursday, the Stirling senior team, also the juniors, travelled to Cardston, and'In Ito evening they I clashed with Ihe CarJston teams.; Here again Stirling maintained their i M sood record, putting it over on their o-sn flour, the score being 43 to 21 in Stirling's favor. The junior game proved lo bu closely contested game, the final Evans and Shover Win Round By 116 Moore and Kulpas Win With 41 pins against them as a re- suit, of the Barons end of Ihe match, Shover and Evans stepped out in the doubles malch with Slark and Moore of Barons on Saturday night an3 won by 157 pins here, putting them 116 up on the round. The alley was crowd- ed for the match which was a dirig- idons affair from the first ball. The first game of the set saw Bar ons win by eight pins, increasing their tolal lead to 43. The local duo came back strong In the second rolling 399 for a lead o' 46 pins, leaving them tare? down. The third game gave them 52 more to the good, putting them ahead tor the first time on the two rounds, with 49 to the good. Fou- more pins were added in the tourth and in the fifth they anneied anothe 63, making the total marjln 116. Fol lowing are the'scores: BARONS Ottawa and Montreal Will Fight For Honor of Meeting P. C. H. L. Winner MONTREAL. Feb. Toron- .0 Arenas have dropped out of tho X. il. L. series and Ottasas and Cana- diens will play the best four games out of seven to decide the eastern championship. President Caliler announces dates for the first four games as follows: Tomorrow, In 'Montreal; next Thurs- day in Ottawa; the following Saturday ;n Montreal, and the following Satur day in Ouawa. H any further dates are necc5Eary they will be agreed be tween tho clubs. Pulioni and McKin (From Our Own MACLEOD, Feb. annual meeting of Ihe U. F. A. for Macleod. which was advertised for February 22nd, 1919, was postponed a week on account of the change In the wcilher. CANADAAF1B OTTAWA, uian- u'aclurc-rs and producers are not be- tlielr competitors iu Ihe larger in- dustrial natlous ol tho world !a their (o share In tho vast atter-lhr> war trade In Europe. This Is ehoiva jy u cablegram ,io tho Canadian trade commission In Ottawa staling that ucro are Xcown to IK- at present la tlio capital c( the empire representa- tives of Cauyillan iiiyuufactuiers ot lUo JollowluE industries: Woollen, liaud imple- ments, ralla. pulp and paper and of pork and best packers. la addition, group organizations of the lollowlDR Dominion trades have de- elded lo send n representative Inimc-dl- manufacturers ot garments, paint, hardware, stoves anil candy ttttlonery, while it Is within the knowledge ol the trade commlsRlon that the boot and shoo aucl furniture manufacturers have the matter o[ a representative ia Greal Dritalu uuder discussion, into training to graduate tor a mirs" at the Holy Cross hospital, Ulalrmore and district Is expcrlenc ing tho worst storm of Ihe winter. The commenced Saturday und a regular blizzard continued I throughout Iho day. Mark Sartoris, of Blairmore, was a' business visitor to Calgary over Thursday nnd Friday. j W, J. Bartlctt, chairman, Jas. pat-' (erson and A. J. OJson were electe-l to form a Board of Health ol the town i of Rialrmore. P. Wright, town secre- tary was appointed secretary ami J.J M. Carter, tax collector, was appoint- ed executive officer. Owing lo there being considerable sickness cmongst the school children Ihe mciUcal health oltlcer has recom- mended that alt the cbllrtren he ex- AUTO TIRES OF ALL tlZCS VULCANIZED By the Famous HaywooJ System RE-TREADING REPAIRING Ily experienced Workmen. AU work guaranteed. Special Equip- ment for itim Cut R. D. RITCHIE 208 13th SL S. Off, EllUcn Mlllt. Curlers ore no-.v enjoying the cold amlned and a certificate issued lo spelt, the ice is fair and tho curl- c-rs in form for playing. Kwd sraln Is now Ihe main topic with all those who own land. There seems to be plenty ot wheat: and for oats the iimntclrallty is bringing In a quantity. Several local men have also some on the market. The Mt-unonlte Brethren have made lay will sanies In Ottawa, application .for the formation of as heretofore, and Marshall and Hy- land I'D Montreal. The clubs will be through in plenty. of time to open (lie Stanley cup str- ics at tie coast on March 19. CHALLENGE FOR ALLAN CUP TOKOXTO, Feb. 22 senior 0. H.A. finals will be played during the Keek ot March 3, it is announced by Secretary- Hewitt, Friday. The first game will he played Tuesday, March 4, and tlie second on March 7, or the Sth, if a Toronto learn Is In the running, the latter dale iclllte chown. Kitchener and SI. 'Patrick's, who .are Future in the Big Leagues is Assured For 1919 Season NEW fnture for this year is assured, as far as anything can. be-assured In these uncertain times. Both major leagues will be fn1.! nt pep. their only departure from a schedule ot 140 ry cluh in the majors s hsve weathered the storms incident to war In a satisfactory manner. Two core being 18 lo 17 ia favor ol the Sllrllfcg boss. SELKIRKS MANITOBA CHAMPS TVIN.VIPKG, Feb. fast travelling seitet the champion' ship ot Ihe 'Manitoba Stnior Hockey league end the right to challenge for the Allan cup, when they scored a clean-cut, decisive victory over the ilonarchs by four goals to one In the wea's brothers -were the St. Lous and Boston clubs ot the National league, but the Bostoa owners have paid otf or olhcrwlse settled the Indebtedness due to Jim Gaflney, and the citizen- owned St. Louis club acts aa If it were to resume in fairly strong shape. Shoter Kvana 2nd 3rd -4th 5th Tot tied tor group honors, vrill play off 190 171 1S4 ISO SS2 their game at the Arena Saturday, 6' IS' 154 177 S21: March 1, the Tinner to. meet tha sur- vlvore In the Hamilton Dental 352 353 333 35T LETHBR1DGS :lsl 2nd 3rd tin Sill Tot 150 201 IS? 186 800 those who arc free from any sickness anJ ouly those will be permitted to attend school. off. Three challenges have been. receiv- ed for the Allan'cup. They are from Manitoba Selkirk's, JIcGill liniveralty 1SS 193 202 165 660 i or Montreal Victorias, and a repre- ______________________ sentative team of the Thunder Bay 3i4 399 350 361 Following are tho totals and aver- ages for the ten games: BARONS Stark..... Moore----- Total. Average. 1773 1722 3495 LETHBIIIDGE 177.3 172.2 174.7 Shcver Evans Total. Average. 1S02 1805 3611 Moore-Kulpas Ahead 1S0.2 1S0.9 league. FOR "TIM" MURNANE It is a grateful Ihlng that the Amer- ican Jeague is doing In voting to erect a monument over the grave of "Tim" Mnrnane. the famous baseball player and tor many years, as writer on the Boston the dean of baseball edi- tors. And It is deserved. iMurnane was not only a genius In school district In their locallly. Ia the, meantime they have a private school for their children. H. Bright, chairman ot Ihe munici- pality, is confined to his house with the flu, but hopes to be around In time lo vote on the 27th of February. Hugh McLean, who lives north ot Macleod four miles, built a new bouse, and In drilling for water, struck it at forty-seven foet, and It vas a flowing well, showing a ten pound pressure, on a pipe one ana a quarter Inches in diameter. He lias since employed plumber and he has water works through the house, equal to any town or city house in regard to water. S. Heap returned to private life thii week. He was altacbed to the cavalry and was cnilous to go over- seas, but he was loo valuable a man to spare from Ihe home forces, Tho snow storm of Friday and Sat- urday continued and a heavy fall, be- ing eight inches, was the result Son- day night. The ladies' ot Ihe Church ol Eng- land held a very successful bean sup- per In (he town ball Saturday after- noon. This, with fbp. sale of their work and homo this I visit to Edmonton, after which he treasury o nice sum. 'will resume has paslorfal duties here. Pte. J. Hart, who enlisted in the Attention! We wish to notify our patrons that wo have MOVED (o 405 Second Avenue S. opposite No. 1 Fire Hall am] arc now In posUion to give yon the best service In the city. Call and Be Convinced. TIRE SERVICE STATION Schullz Heel (Formerly Vulcanizing Works) 'From Our Own 1 BURDBTT, Feb. M. L. Small, of the Gas Company, has houfbt Hw lot formerly owned by A. H. Ilygg. up- posllo the lelephone office, and has moved onto It, the building formerly occupied by G. D. Leach. Mr. Small Intends to run a restaurant and con- fectlonery store, and hopes to build an arldtllon lo his building In the mar [ulure. Jlrs. II. Trader, received a "hurry un" call to come lo her daughter, Mrs. Piper, who la seriously 111 al Lethbridge. Latest reports arc that Jlrs. Piper la slightly improved. Miss Mogina Howe, who has been f under the care ot Tho Sisters at Mid napore for Borne time, has been lak- en to Rochester, 111., where she 'Will f be under the trealment ot the famous Mayo Brothers. Rev. P. A. Hulchings has been re- leased from the Medicine Hat hospital where he bis been III for some time., Mr. Hutcblnga Intends to pay a short! 191st, and later traneferred lo the' Hospital and Uetl Cross corps, re- turned a week ago and arrived In Jlacleod to Join his family, they hav- ing resided here during his absence. Ills son. Sergt. Hart, arrived In Cal- gary a few days ago, and will take his discharge before reluming home, hl3 line, he was fair and judicial in all atlcr which" he and his father that he wrote. And, 'hast of all, he take up land together. After the big game, the first round of a home and home ten game series was a true gentleman, a sunny com- panion, an inveterato optimist, a good American, a true friend. iDaseball owes "Tim" only club which did not release their players outright at the end of the ab- breviated season on September 2, 1313. With the roster it bad when It won the -world's Eerie? from tlie Chicago were' the I hetweea K.Moore and Kolpu o, Bar- .nd Lelh- final game of the league schedule here Nationals, and the dOMn or more Thursday night. Tho Fisn TOTO "coys had a big edge on the play through- out. EASTERN HATS 6'CAPS LAD .rst class men who were then in the iilitary or naval reserve, the Red Sox ppear lo have the call for the pea- In their league next season. In the league the Chicago etptct -to start wilh the same ineup they had In the world's series if .1918. The iVew York Giants will Jto 'have pretty ranch their 1318 line- up. Brooklyn had 18 men In Ihe service bridgo was played, the Barons trund- lers coming oat 30 to the good on the icaad. Following are tha icores: BARONS 1st 2ml 3rd 4lh Sth Tot. B. Moore J2S 174 in 135 773 18S 115 19S 178 143- S23 i! their country, and the lolure of the 308 289 391 314 LET1IBR1ME 1st 2nd 3rd ith 5th Tot. 158 12fi 154 157 761 140" 160 135 165 S07 29S 292 289 322 much. It i3 trying to pa'y Its debt to i league yet held. Rev. W. A. Lewis and Mrs, Ed rounds relumed from the 3oclnl Ser- vice League ID Calgary, -when Ihev report as the best session of the his memory, and that Is well. BAIRD A SHRINKING -VIOLET Mtjor Starnes, ot Ihe R. N. W. M. Police. Is expected home (luring the neit week, when he will move his fam- ily lo Manitoba, of which province he Grant, Third Scribei Not will lake charge for the coming to Write Him Up The modest hall player him when he arrives in the Quaker CANADA TO BAR SHORT TRACKS Snperoai almost wholly ip-j on the club's success in getting them back. H they should all be foot-loose 'rom the fenny and navy in time 'or .he 1919 season, Brooklyn will be a most fjrraWable flfuri In the National eague nee. Against Half Courses Mile Race It was not unexpected news that agitation had set in in Canada against the halt-mile ssys a New York cichinge. Obsolete to begin wlih and a relic of the racrrr-go-Mijn'l nf inc. cheap tu-f gambling tlaya, the half- City. Balnl hart requested the ball writers of that city not lo Intro-' duce him lo the fans with any flowery language. He doesn't want to know that he ifl an excellent baae rnnner and that he Is an rival of 'Max Carey and Georgo' ntn-n.1. wants lo snesk into with-, out any demonstration, for he wants to start out anew in his baseball car-1 jmonlhs. He has been In Macleod some a rare years, and will miss the Alberla sun raeiifcal health officer reports a few Mr. and .lira. Dert Hill are rejolc- ug over the advent ot a son, who ar- last Friday. Pte. Qeo. "Kelly, who enllsied with he 113th KIHIes, returned home Sal- irday irioming from overseas. I'te.