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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 27, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAC.K SIX "BRINGING UP FATHER" VIELt HOW DO you LIKE MY COSTUME' WON'T MIND ME SHE WILL HER. MOTHER.- PCNT BE SO CCO FASHIONED DADDY- IT UNTIL RML- I WV1T TO The Sport Page was receirM In tie city this "morning tiai the rinks skipped by Shepherd and Dunlop. which went llacleod to coolest for the Csoiliac Cup have been successful, and once more the cup will rest at Lethtrldse. The rinks played: Macleod. Lethbridse. D. Andrews Hugo Cravaora Jack Marnocu D. SIcN'abb, skip Lethbridee. [jack Curley Holds Champion Jess Willard Up to Public Scorn PUIDKD6 Dr. Kennedy J. P. A. MacLeod D. G. McKenzie, Skip.........10 Oilacleod. A. Dunn Rennick E. F. Drown J. Pringle, skip.... ..15 J. Reid C.- Carberry R. Dinning S. J- Shepherd, skip IS CURLING 310 i won the.iiMl in.the first j local cornpetltten, beating Shepherd' 'last night by a score ot li to 5. The .setMHi local competition is coming along. Last nifht's games: Mints.......... 9 Llvie Clark........--12 Peat ilcLeod........S -Freeman -.1- Thursday Night't Drawl. JTelson vs. Gaddes. Fox vs. Baalim. vs.'Jiarnoctt. _ for the Shield start! >t JO "o'clock also the Colts' competition. the draw: Sktith Boyd.-' Aini vs. Marra.r Gtiy vs. Colts. McKenziB McN'abt. Baalim ,VB. Pairiey.' Sampson Ts. dart Hooter Vs. Hora. Winners of Carberry and Skeith T3. winners of Boyd and Shepherd. Winners ot Airl and Marrs va. Peat Besides Winning Championship He Led in Averages and Made Longest Run (By Peter B. best professional trapshoole in the United Slates is Homer Clart a young man who claims Alton, III as his home town. Some folks we know go a bit turthe and assert that Mr. Clark Is the bes uapshooter ia the world. Clark, to our way ot thinking, Is the real "crass" o[ the professional 1 trapshootlng eJemenL This Is what he did in ,1915: Won tha professional trapshootras championship. Won the season high average con-- "I'lade the longest run year. There was nothing else: (or to win or he misht have continued i tha list indefinitely. I In winning the high average hon- (ors Clark broke 32J8 targets out iCOXflXUED FROM FRONTPAGE] larfv uiur.e in registered competition tor a i grand average ot .9752. 'In 1516 he won the high average 'honors also, with an average of .98 on 2100 targets best average ever compiled. 18 Yard The professional championship was at 18 yards, and Clark..broJse-lW tar out of 200. These targets were and 100 are shot at. Tl will be noted that the verdict was delivered by tr.e jur, a ter having deliberated from S.JO til 7 55' In the following form, Gcorgi Witeon o! Barons', acting as foreman The Word! of the Verdict "We, your jury, find that the de- ceased. John Onufrychuk. met his death at the hands ot Peter Paul- enko in the third fight and from the evidence we agree that the Eiii Peter Paulenko is guilty ot murder in the first degree. "We, your Jury, also find that by virtue ot the evidence given that-Peter Dobie was an accom- plice in the death of John Onu- trychuk and guilty of manslaugh- ter with a plei to your Lordship for mercy." Dohie was remanded tor sentence !or a couple of days. Murder Altogether the case, though oge the sensational features ot other His- torio murder trials in Lethbndge courts attracted a great deal of at- on account of the apparent withwhich R was pleaded Pool Rooms In the general discussion as to tho jurisdiction c-f municipalities and Iho province in licensing pool rooms'.it Us stated by Hon. Mr. Boyle that while Iho Government reserves he rtchl to control such licenses In the municipalities, It was necessary for properties to have r-.lso Ihe license lioin Iho municipality before business operations could be fully carried on. lion A. G. Mackay outlined the main provisions ot the act allowing issuce of debentures for payment of indobt- leduess contracted in fighting the Spanish influenza. A special conimis-: sioncr would have, however, to fully nquire into the conditions surround- as any municipal situation where such municipalities were unable to agree1 as to tho amounts properly chargeable to each. This commission- er wauld be named by Ihe minlsler on notification by tho municipalities in dispute, and ht, would turlher have the same powers exercisable by any judge ot ftc 'civil court. In response lo Dr. Stanley and Mr. Hoadley, the minister said the govern- ment would assume all financial o'o- libations Incurred in combatting the epidemic outside ct the 109 organized .unk'ipallliei of the province. In further discussion in committee vlth a provision in the lillt permtttlnff. ho commissioners to alter the lan- guage ut any ordinance or act whero considered necessary to better eii'rcsi the meaning tho It hold that such inlerureUtlou might, not as to Iho luti'Utlous ot tho a Hoylo osi'lated tho act ivas drafted along lines adopted In ollwr provinces. tho lentelaturo cuulii deal with tho report at subse- quent sessions. Hou A. 0. Muckay pointed oul that it wauld bo impossible lor tho com- missioners to bring about consolida- ions o! two or three statutes without certain changing ol language. In act. he yoreonally favored having tho onsolldaliou bnuglit up to date, then t llio nest session all Intending legia- illou could be Incorporated. Pool Rcows and Barbtr Shops In conuectiou with un act to regu- die billiard rwras and bowling as. Wulr said tho extension ot tho .tot to Includo "annex and addition" night i-auEO tho dosing down ot re- spectable.'barber stops where ono man was tho proprietor ot bom. Hon. Mr. lioylo said there was nothing In tho act prevent the operation ot pool rooms and barbw shops in conjunc- tion. In answer to Messrs. Pingle apj Montgomery.'Mr. lloyle saU there wan nothiuK In the ucl to prtvcnl sales ut soil drinks, cigars, etc.. being niadu on tho premises ot pool rooms. Mr. LoiTory was assured that thu act would not Interfere with such places as soldiers' homes where ui> charges were mndc lor games. AUTO TIRES OF ALL SIZES VULCANIZED..... rtv (ho Famous H.iywooJ System RE-TREADING i REPAIRING By experienced Workmen. All work guaranteed. Special Equip- ment (or Rim Cut nepalra. R. D. RITCHIE 13th St. S. Elltwn Will TAKE ADVANTAGE OF I THE COLD WEATHER by having yonr tires fived anil fixod so yon they a right. SERVICE OUR MOTTO TIRE SERVICE CO. Schultz and Neel (Formerly Palace Vulcanizing Works) Oppotite No. 1 Fire Hall n of tho whole ot the act to facilitate bo'rowing money Tor seed grain pur- chase. Jas., Weir objected to a inert- occasion of tho whole. commmee lls main provisions per- second w, JULY AT A PLACE YET TO BE DESIGNATED, Jack Corley is out with an attack fit shows on Jess decrying his propca ed match with Jack Derapsey, rallinf Winners ot Airt and Marrs vs. Feat, the champion a United Trapshootlng association pon as a club if credit D" a" n on I Me 13! Un-j condemned man, took i official "I SS? thTcr. 31 6 O vtt r Ing 37 6th-be.ore ;one got away. went to Sioux Falls with an unfinished run of The Afternoon Sesllon Pete Dohle's cross-cxamlnalion by crown counsel was begun at the after noon session, lie stated lie was dazcrt war work drive, begged straight runs of Mr BlTO tamen ECEson. and then turned in 211, which gave aEd aw not rcracraDer everything that occmi..-u. He could not swear that Onufrychuk did not call for help when tho purchase of seed grain without the ex- pense ot.a new mortgage being en- tailed. act to amend the Municipal Dis- trict Seed Grain Act, proposed by Mr. le stand and o[ termers t-iWho, owing to acquiring control might be deprived of seed grain by the owner from ,whom tho land was purchased refusing to give aid or se- curity such seed, with the object of cllupos-esslng the purchaser and getting the bnd back. It was conced- We Don't Fix Radiators WeRepairThem The Reliable Radiator Repair Shop George. Farquharmon, Prep, Reir The Tailor, Sth St. S. Jif EXPERIENCE 8 .COUNTS nts. We doubt Winners ot H6oker ..and Horn it, winners o'f Grty and VANCOUVER WON SEATTLE. Feb. de- feated Seattle, 3 to 1, in the PaciSc Coast League. SASKATOON WON CALGARY, Feb. won here last night, from Calgary, 6 to 3. uuney IMS but he hits .and he refused lo the the nail on the head. iag their comm.ttees. One ot the Curley statements. he knows lie in the circus lent at every And ne lougnc a wrrmv. HBUI mance'and a.ways ta loul o[ furnishing __a more deelrabte where h. "During the entire four years of the war he boied a two-round eihibi much if betler shooting has ever been 100 Slralgrrt in Exhibition Later Olark broke. 100 'straight IcnowyHhat he feared lo tace the pub- tion at pialtsburg with Soldier Kearns. lie in the circus tent at every pertor-i And ne [0uBht a terrific fight to Etall _ __j IFtc ,-in fpnr of a' fnT-niciiinf a more dcslraols Pau second ecrap was going on he tried to get Paulenko to so tr> Culuik's room, laying him down on the lied. Paulonko the third time btjcauae Onu- Later Olart roe s an exhibition shoot at Waterloo, !a., jfrychuk was callin; from outside. Wit- d wcni io 'Maquoketo, Iowa, didn't hear the murdered man and then wcm i amcaSo lenyo 11 ho 51W PamcaSo lenyo roance ana aiwajs vtii ut crr'o1' being taken service. Yes, I must repeat, he fought a championship with Waiter Monahan, his own sparring partner, at Port Worth." I On the Question of the financial enil o' the bout, Curley has this to offer: the first place, there Is no J100.- up against him." And again Jack says: "Willard says hd worked for bene- ne oruKo m "u- _ rivin- him a run of 241. Official re- the room. Paulcnto no weapon fords" give Clark 237 straight at Chil- wlUl him on that occasion. Witness lira the Of the four runs over 200 would not admit bavins teen Pau'en- ea ira the Of the four runs over would not amt avns te n the'officlal records Clark has lit Onutrychuk with the saucepan 'which appears tn the ca-e a> an ox- of .them. them wc p riark 'bcean the ysar zi the North hihlt. He didn't know what Paulenko state shoot by breaking 355 WH hitting the murdered man wUh Carolina A Written Guarantee With Each New HlttMl! BrtUBI 18 months on starting, lighting and ignition, three years on lighting. Have your battery tested and filled with distilled water. Batteries {or all makes of cars, Krirets 'oil" ol 'SCO. "rrom there ho d'unnB third attack, went to Jacksonville, Fla., Mid broke why did Cululk and Paulenko burn 'S' out ot 300. His neit was at their asked crown couris.01- nipmohls Tenn., where he broke 430 i Witness could only answtr thai the out ot 500 targets At Cbtlllcolhe he shirts were burned; he didn't givo any 338 out 03 targets at rcason. WJien Oeorgo ami Bill Onu- for his end to fight Fullon. In the 298 out of 300. frychuk called later, Paulenko had course of two months the match niv- Beit on the oniy his undershirt and troucera on. M and here Clart VToke 437 out of This ended Ihe tross-eiamlnallon. At Manning. Iowa, he broke Hi Mr. called no witnesses tor 000 pnrae for Willard. Hark back few months when Willard made a sim- ilar pompous announcement in connec- tion with Colonel Miller of Oklahoma. That time he was to receive cd that it wou'.d bo difficult to lesis ale to meet every In the province respecting the purchase seed grain. Tenant Power was extended to permit ten- ant farmers obtaining scwl grain on municipal security the same as farm owners assisted. Consolidate Statutes Mr. Weir was informed that proposed consolidation of statutes would also authorize a revision of all Ihe ordinances of Ihe X. W. vlt. the lam', was "taken !h< man." Such 'a consolidation would only Include.acts as affecting the prov- ince as a whole. Members ot the op- posillon were not entirely in accord i-i-J out. There was a bit of trouble i between Miller and Willard and the1 real facts came Miller and Eveready Service Station i. O. THOMPSON PHONE 1M9 718 3RD AVE, 9. No Doiibt Your Car Needs Orerhauling! we CAN OtVE YOU SATISFACTION AND GUARANTEE ALL WOBK Your car will be overhauled under the abu supervision ol our rhlcf ciMrt, Mr. Stoddjri, formerly niasler mccbiiilc ot a 3W car y-HJ In lr Willard'formed a partnerihip to pro- i mole the match; there was no guar- I anleo of any sort, and when Colonel M'llcr finally gave up his efforts and I called upon Willard to sellle his share ot Ihe incurred to pro- mote the match, Willard refused to "And here Is something tie public does nol know. Colonel Miller, top- i pcd with his widebrim Oklahoma, I visited Wlllanl's room, shut and locked the door, laid the expense ac- count on the dresser and callttl on Wiliarii to make good his share. Willard roluscd. Colonel Miller laid a steel blue .i3 Colt on tho dresser and, with a Blern look, told Willard that he would collect thu amount in fu'.l before he left the room alive, j Willard lost no time writing out the [cheek for tho amount In full, and ha didn't Ktop payment on 11." 43U llV .Hdnull'6, laj -sn days tho defense. n Albert City Iowa, and -Mariaokelo, j n, Blton, counsel for Pr.le Dohie, foVHo broke 149 Wt ol 150. He the jury, followed by Crown I.hcd the registered target season at Conybcare, whi.c Mr. O.-l- 'r in -Tulv. i-iintr fnr ivln P.iucnko. bad unvaha. Neb., the first week In July, by breaking 646 out ot 550 ta.rg.vj. We'll Icavo It to you If he Isnt some shooter. BOWLING TONIOHT land, acting for Pete r.iulcnko. bad the opportunity ot undressing the jury last. Tribute to CounMl In his charge lo Iho Jury, His 1-ord- Ehrp, Mr. Justice Walsh, commented on Ihe very slrong and very fair ar- DETROIT PLAYER KILLED Unopened Returned to Flrit of Death PALACE GARAGE T H We have repaired over radiators slpce pponing Lethbridge In October every owner was iatlstied. W1LLARD SERVICE !ad batteries, jro for live ENGLISH U.S. WELTERS ARE MATCHED LONDON'. Feb. Bhevlln of Fio.ilon, welterweight champion o: He rnllt-d Stales navy, hn3 been rmlclicd .to light Johnnie Dashan, the champion wellt-rwclghl o; England, at tho National Sporting Ciub here, on March 17. Tho two mtn met at tho tame club on Jan. 17 last. Ilashan get i ting tho decision in a It-round bout. law uf murder and inanalaughter, was more Icnclliy than is usually deliver- ed and all points very fully coy- I Two Oay Trial The cafo in all or.-crc-d two very fuil Mays, and thoucii there were only five witnesses examined, fireat deal of ttlmo'waa C'u'uik and Do-; hie. bolli ol whoso evldenoe It was necessary to hive Interpreted. Two, 'Interpreters wero cngap-'J, one lo act 'na n check on the oilier 30 ihnt tho eliades of meaning might not be orer- lookcil, Under Waleh In action N'o- vcmber 1318." This message written on the un opened envelope containing ft for Leonard B. a promising Inflelcler, was tho first In- formation Krank C. Kavln, president ol tho Detroit Americana, received concerning Ihe rlealh of the Tiger re- cruit on the battlefields of France. Manager Jennings ..o( tho. It death counting on givlnj him a (n-l bo OTcr Mm. Don't Let Old Jack Frost Nip Your Radiator. Use Freeze Proof BAALIM MOTOR Co, BACK OF UNION A Pwl WHl Brlna One ol Our rUndtorne ;