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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 28, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta �THf HSDAY, FKHHl WHY 28. 1018 THE'"LI?.THBRin(iI! DAILY HERALD "BRINGING UP FATHER' PAGE THREE y G. McManus WI-LL-HOW DO jov Two STEP^ AHEAD OP A F1T- VOU FEEL WOFVbFV j xr~----1 YOUR YOU NU^r E1M PLAWS I FOOD A,rsD b^Y 4c - OUT Nlc'.HTb" 11 / DOM'T WORRY 'oft * # * f � ^ f MMi4 ----\ ' j V 1 i t W \ VOu*> �>ILL I'LL LOCKY TO C*W F�LA\N FOOD AN' I'LL HANE ISO f\^bON FER COIN' OUT 7 A �>J� A * * * * * : * 7CTH WON riRST TO GET $550,000 Lethbridge Basketballers Take Costs National and American Over Half Million to Eliminate Federals A a ? hoth br'tilgi. ed lo know > Matterv hut*!- * of Kdmonton of tho home i 2 Out of 3 from Raymond; The N,.., v.,,,,,, ,v K1Imllll......, ,ol! the Kedernl Baseball league will coat ; il)e National league and American : league- $:"nn.(H.io. it was Intirned oifi-| dully innighi. The finu. payment was i made today, when John 0, Toole, ai-! Hofure one the largest crowds j getting - "ice baskets *and running! torney for the* National league. pre-1 i.-'j..- ivii) be pleas- lie. 7Si h Depot "inn disposed in ilic first game -niii homo scries for the Albci'M championship" by n'i(). Tlir ^riiic* was "played in d.'algary and \hi- final will he played in Kdui.m'mi. Vhero are no .Lethbridg" hoys on Lhe battery team nut ihe TS1L1 start- a a j ? ? ! local unit. J i rc. and xT-elli-msiders it a a i i  i v A that, ever watched a ljasketbr.il game | Kuard jiIuvh in .sonted a cheque for $5.1.000 to .lames j Southern Liberia, the LoUibridgej For Fhe eounuered the forward.-? did ! Hindman. attorney for the Federals.' uuinref outclassed, outplayed and om-isome nice worlc but did not seem ablt*; Pr^si/leni K. R. Johnson of the Am- i wilted the Raymond team on :i uen-ira! floor at ("ardslon. With ihefr recent vhaory ov the controversy would he lo p 1 a y on a neutral f 1 nor. The C anl-ston gymnasium is a credit to a ijwn of its size and is undoubted iy of the finest i'toors in the western provinces, s The local warriors ziarlnd off like ir- liouse afire in the first half'"and �hi to 1 orntc the hoop. Hoth Buhler and(oricau league will send h similar, Skoiisoii Unvfi.i forth on Jhcii- first i rhVque to The Kedrral leaRue attorney. sht>oiin(N expedition caeh securing a! in the n-'^tr Euiuro the .kanerican ' fioid basket. Xalder in a do a urettv� h^ae'ue's sharo of the l�'(jfieral inucrUt, f shot half. > The line ! follows: Lethbridfle Xalder ma do a pretty i blague's share of the Federal league f from mid field in the second (pare indemnity and will duplicate tin up and scores w ere annual payments to be made by the j T ' � T () . 0f xhree (Jose us I Nationals under Terms of a.gree�)um I '* **�K lwo 01,1 "* iniee W���= :\r. OmiRworth Ij. Oun^woi-ih 4 1*4 #44 4 * # 4 [*. Irwin. G. Melvilhfcp. . A. Kane Raymond Forward . -i fiuiT i^orward . 1 5 Aleldrum Centre "aiional ]4 t league's obligation to that club; $_'U.- , Games I,;i>1 Night and Won Hv 18 ! ooo goes to the "Robert 11. \Varti PeMuubcy :ind Irwin, who hend tlie ( eanis in the din;ob�s eompeiition � at i l^;lUM the Uoininion .((for two years" rental of (he Hrooklyn | , , , , T|. (Federal league 1mII nark, and SI0.000 ! .! ,. hl\ I j. _ it ......_ r,!_. l _-_. . _._ . _. \ . _. _ , ., i Oil.. O I I 1' i Ce l"l a added bi theii to Harry Sinclair for two years' rental of the Xewark Federal league grounds.! set/.ig and Sin: urn ! P.- ' wo � fcarues fnun i'oher-wiun'UK the ''ound must depend upon linr own resources. Questiou Production Coining to the subject of production Premier Stewart said that until the submarine meirace was destroyed the shores of America and Canada were the most convenient sources of supply Tor liio {(Hies. Me had nothing but *-on-xra tula lions for the members of the legislature for their endeavours alont; this line. They bad gone about \he. wori\ in a fairly sclentit'ir- way .nul tho province had f>btained good results. It would be necessary to do so again with, more vigor and with moro wide-spread efforts. Pointing out that production was decreasing since the banner years lie said if Ibis r-onLimied it meant: 411 one word "starvation" of the people of 1 lie allied countries. "For the people of Canada and the I'niied States'.'" declared Premier Stewart, ''at present time lhe paramount duty is 10 supply the necessities for ihe carrying on of the war. It means that* for every five bushels of wheat raisedyl.ist year we must raise seven this year." Labor Discussing 1 he i f I p I 1 -i i Heferee. Pcvof Wolfe of Kaviuund.i * i The junior game was a fast exhi-' bit ion in which the Raymond boys by j much superior combination defeated ' tin; local*! handily by the score .'JO-ll. � The Raymond boys played the host game they ever did. their team play, and staying power, being exceptional.! The "Raymond forwards shot particu-! HARD IEST FOR If. S. SOLDIERS . by the narrate tiiurgin of IS pbj.s. Both ( I tennis were off in the first, game get-; i (fog only :,v>and -7'.1. with the league � ' leaders ienr pins lo the good. In the \ 1 second SIumi and Co. look the game I I by ei^ht pin.>. Hloan rolling for : the liigh gano' of the evening In j the third PeAianbey ami Irwin cnim* j Ayer. Ma?.*.. Feb. 2S.-Can rou ciu'n yourself 10 times, jump eight feet from bark, winnmg their standing ^ The see; �*s. VJc ."\fattbe.i . Irwin by at 112 pins. This juits ii won and 2 lost. * i 1 * 4 1 4 J-arly well. Redd Fisher and Fairbanks i all getting a ^liare of the points. For . . . t , the "Y- Wllf .Murrav played" a good ? �lTavis and T* " ' t; points before the Ravrmmd ln.sk- | Hudson,% Cosgriff played the second J:! 1" �" *T\> � hT> � fes made a counter, a foul basket. The h�K and helped put. pep in Ihe game. np^> ^' ^ >"x l� 10-1 .1711 151 12S J fi.1 18d .14!) .1 6 5 lii'J l7::--4;i!f determining'the relative athletic calibre of tiie companies m the division, teach man was required lo pass in -eight of tiie tests to obtain a positive mark tor his unit. 1 l MULDOON GOT EXCITED * AND THOUGHT HE WAS - RUNNING A BALL CLUB When ursier Patrick was here wifh When Seattle and Portland cbshed in the. Rose City last Friday, the game! got rather exciting and after Dun -' derdale lud cracked Robby Rowe ovpr ' the head with his hockey stick, he wns banished for ten minnfe.s. Peto MnJ-i doon was sitting on the penalty bench, ! fiery-eyed as usual, ready lo- let loo.se j "Be*ide8 shoeing the excellent pl.vs- i >on�"e Jlt .,lelerf 1 After | ,ul condition or U,0 soldiers, the te,(. Du!ldc"la ';' 1,1,(1 8�,ent nb,,l,t a m,nu,e! ('or the winners, ihe most noticeable f De Voe Woolfe of Rawmond t h iug wao lightning-like combination and team work. Bvery *player had a. �hare in the scoring and in many of ihe criss-cross combination plays *very man on the team bandied the bull. The forwards shot, well although ihe strange baskets botbered them. 1.. Dunfiwortb and IV irwin getting ;'. via. field baskets apiece and M. buns-worth, two. The guards played (lie game of their lives, {.leorge MeKtllop bolding the redoubtable .VJeJdruin to field baskets securing as many him-s�?lt' and Irish Kane holding: Burr to one Speuee Cahoon of Tardsron handled thw \vltigtles to the satisfaction of al 1. Red Mclvillop seemed to ha,ve Mel-drum's goat safely cornered during Lhe. entire game. On points Lethbridge first team had Raymond beat by ten points all told with the best two out of three games. The "V" Hecond team in -their series of three games had the best two out of three as w�ll. However, counting t.he exhibition game at Cardston .they have still a lead of 1^ points. demonstrated the value of a. sound athletic training in equipping a -man for mi 1 itary service.'' Captain Xe 11 igan and (stated. "When some of these men came to camp they could scarcely raise a 60-pound weight from the ground, let alone lifting it above the head with one hand, and they wau/d he gasping for breath after running a .block. But Iresb air, clean living, nutritious food, hard work, exercise and last. but. not least, athletics, have, brought about a marvelous change, and now the majority of these men are. almost pert'ev't specimens of American manhood." PRICE RAISE NOT JUSTIFIED and a half on tho penally bench, it � suddenly occurred to Pele tlut a. sub-' stitiue was allowed to take the ice I after three minutes had elapsed. Immediately Fere got excited and yelled out to Stan � Marples/. "Warm up, Stan; warm up." Magpies wondered where he would Varjn up and hollered back: "Where the dickens shall i warm up?" The answer came back! fmm Pete: "Warm up I lull you: warm up anywhere, but warm up." .lust where .Marples would warm up with the gainc going on. is not known, but. evidently Fete must have figured lie was running a ,ball team.--Yant*pu-( ver World. " ' ! ave lose yours reune dbef ore you lave an acci ident. iiou Motor Parlors Limited THE HOUSE OF 8ERVICE FIFTH* STREET SOUTH LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. [ When President Wilson voiced tbe hope that' sports be continued during tho period of war he had the welfare of the nation -a-t heart, says tbe Pittsburg D ispateh. The president was quick to realize that wholesome competition oT the outdoor brand was sure to furnish clean amusement that would divert the mind from war worries, and at the flame time keep the rank and file of citizenship in a high state of physical condition. But Mr. Wilson's hfgh regard for [ 6 & * 4 sport., it is absolutely safe to say. had no relationship with the undemocratic actions of the major league baseball magnates who have decided to advance admission prices at the various parks on the big circuits. The weak excuse for this decision is found in the s per cent war tax which iinust be collected from all amusements. J The magnates have discovered that multiple^ of fives will eliminate the laborious hash connected with handling penni es, bn t i h ey disregard t n e wishes of the fans in making the revision upward instead of the other dU^t'tion. BRAVES GET SLUGGER Uoston, Mass., Feb. 27.-luioldo Richard Conway of the Worohesbu club ot the Eastern League, leado; Question labor aspect of the production ijuesiion and remarking that awing to t.he CflM'od States being herself, concerned directly in tho conflict that country now was practically a blank wall the premier said tlr.il each province would have to rely upon its own resources. \ fn his opinfuu and in the opinion of tiie other western delegates the time had arrived when i! was their duly to cut off all production that, was not. e,s-sonlinl to the carrying on of the war that labor thus reie.ised might be employed in Jabor that was essential. In so far as production in Alberta was concerned it, depended largely upon tho members of the legislature Themselves in the agricultural committee to Ret down to business to find ways and mo�ns for action. Colonization Colonisation. t*aid .Mr. Stewart, had been discussed at the conference, but nothing had been done as it was realised that, until the question of the natural resources had been settled nothing tangible could be effected, one iiuestion so much hinged upon the other. r I)tn (he western premiers had impressed the necessity of more rare in i the inspection of immigrants. A good dead lud been said, observed the premier, about public health, 'and lit: would like to tell the house that, fid I per cent of the population in their j asylums were bred outside the province. * Schoo/ Lands School lands, he continued, was a j vital ouestion between lhe Dominion, and the Government-of Alberta, and at tiie present time the Dominion owed Alberta $800,000 in unpaid interest. It w.i-s true that lhe money had not been collected, but the federal government had not. been as active as it might have been. They had, however, boor^ promised that a more vigorous policy of collection would be pursued. A'ot only that, they had the promise also that the rate would he raised to 0 per cent 'from this spring, and that on the unpaid interest the owners would h.rve to pay 7 per cent. Returned Soldiers in regard to the returned soldiers the premier informed the house that the ipiescions of back pay and the indexing of the returning/men so as to secure ail the information they could about them had heew discussed. The , indexing system had been agreed to and Gen. Mewburh had stated that the particulars would lie sent in advance of the men coining back. In regard to i ho hack pay it had been arranged thai permanent official- would be attached to the staff in each military district as he had suggested. Fuel Production In regard to fuel production Premier Stewart said he ha.d reminded the conference of the coal resources of Alberta, and had given tho assurance that, the government in conjunction wiih the railway compa.uies was prepared to do everything to gee the coaJ to the places that needed it. On the point of deterioration that had been r-.iiscd he urged the shipment of coal in the summer, but the fact was that while more men were being employed now there was less production nof-withnauding tiie scarcity in other parts of the country. 7)n the question of land settlement Mr. Stewart had. expressed, he said the view (hat the proposals of the Dominion Government were not going to meet, the requirements of ^Iberta. and he pointed to the vast afeaa of uncultivated land within the "settled areas of the, province and there was one thing be said had not been overlooked, and that was that Cauaria as a whole was responsible for anything tiint was being done. They as a province were not endeavoring* to escape their responsibilities, hut. they wanted to have the men' settled where they were provided for and that was in the settled areas where they had at the present lime large tracts of uncultivated land. He was not worried whether the $2,fifl0 was, paid back. Men had not paid for their seed grain, and the soldiers were men who bar: rendered such service to the country that every arrangement should be made for their proper settlement on tho land. They had been promised he aaid by Premier Borden that an amendment would be introduced to change the land settlement as it related to Western Canada. J Railway Situation Proceeding the premier said that during the present session he was going to take the opportunity of making a very careful inspection so far as was humanelv posi^ble of every phase of the railway situation in the province and he was going to ask the indulgence uf tiie liouse in regard/to telephone system. He had not been able to go into this matter as thoroughly as he would have liked but he promised before another session to have the same details given them aa he hoped to be able to get in connection with the railways. C. N. R. Money The apparent digression brought the premier to the statement that he had taken up with the Minister of Railways hi. Ottawa tho question of the $3,000,000 lying in the banks to the credit of the C. N. K. and the Canadian Xorth Western. It this money were at the disposal of the province I at the conclusion of tbe war it. would be of inestimable service, lie had an proaehed Dr. Reid armed olution by ihe people of Metis. Dr. rtcid had taken tho consideration, and something would negotiations. * Another matter cussed at Ottawa wiih a. rvs-St. PauMe- mailer intr he was hopeful thai come out of the that had been dis� was that it would be unwise to demobilize the returning soldiers at once owing to the condition the labor market, would hi in. lie thought, that arrangements would be completed whereby l posed of the member* of the whole house has been called by the Hon* Duncan Mqhdiall for 10.30 on Frida.v morning to consider the question ol ways and means towards greater production in the province in connection with the successful prosecution of tlu wa r. t I - - - --w.,-- * ALLOW BOXING IN N. J. T} 1 Tronton. N. j., Feb. 27.-The senate today passed the Hurley boxing bilL allowing eight round bouts with eighi ounce gloves in places where liqtiof is not sold, under the supervision of a stale boxing commission to btf named by the governor. We Have a Number of Good Bargains Used Cars Come in and' choose yours before they are all sold. BAALIM MOTOR CO. HOME OF THE CHEVROLET SACK OF UNION BANK HARRY HOLMAN, Mgr. of the league in' fritting last season, j was purchased today by the Boston ' National Baseball Club. Conway plays shortstop and second base.. His home is in St. Paul. Minn. He win join the Ib'aves on their spring training trip at Miami. Ma., March 15. T m \ ? ? ? ? ? ? FAMOUS PACING MARE BRINGS45100 4-- New York. Feb. 27 - Thomas rA/urphy of Poughkeepsie, X.V., yesterday purchased Alias Harris, the famous daughter of Peter the Great, at the annual �mid-winter horse sale In Madison Square Garden. Aiiss Harris, the only 2-minute pacing mare in the country, brought $51 no. McLA UGHLIN CARS Price advance on these goes into effect on 1st March. _ s Orders will be booked up to end of this month at old price for spring delivery. ' LETHBRIDGE ? LIMITED Uth r ;