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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 28, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAfiF. SIX LKTHBHIlXif DAILY HKRALD "BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McManus I'UHUY, FKBRUARV 28, 1919 EVERY TIME HE MADE A DCJJJRS-HE QAVE ME AOIME- H'.VENTUAD ANY FUN SINCE- TELL ME-re ALVAYS WANTED TO KNOW RYAN- HOW YOU CjOT RICHEST MAN IH TOWN GIT RICH? YoO OlD.'i'T VrVCHK- li SUBSTITUTE ANOTHER FAST DAY ROMK, Feb. Bene- a let has authorized, the federal govr rnnicnt lo substitute some other day for Saturday as a day ot abstinence tlurins Iho com- jog Lcv.lcn season. 4 The Sport Is It An Agent For City of Cal- Held Up in Municipal CommUtee (Spedsl to The Herald) EDMONTON, Feb. bill pro-: tiding lor a charter amendment to the Calgary city charter which will estab- lish a Boxing Bout Commission in the city, met hard sledding ii the muni- cipal iaw-pommUtee this morning, cot on accent of siy moral objection to control of boxing, kit because of a legal technicality. The bill jrovtdes' that the ewacil may establish a com- mission of resident citizens ol Calgary of lumber m the council may de- to' street-vise, manage and con- trol H is set 'that' tie amendment shall not te eontnJT to any of the laws ol or the Dominion, in regard to such tonto, -within laws the council may. make bylaws to establish the commission and govern Tie clause which bronent- objection was teat which empowered Ihe city conncfl to "piescribe such rules, regu- lations and directions as the council may deem adrisafcle to be observed aad followed by the commission In the eitrclse of Its. functions. that the city of Calgary shall not be liable for any damages arising oat of uy act or omission ot such commls- Both A. T. Ewtae. West Edmont-n. and Hon. A. G. MacKay, minister ol Health and Municipalities, objected that as the bill created a boxing com mission to be the ot Ihe city, it could not frea the agent er the city I ol responsibility for acts or omissions or commission. a lessl argu- ment K was decided to lay the subject over cntU another fleering. BIG SPORT MEETING NEXT FRIDAY NIGHT Mark it down right now it TOO haven't already done big meeting of ail interested in pro- moting good outdoor sport in Leth- tridge this summer will be held next Friday night, one -week from today, when it is hoped that an. organisation will be formed -which Trtll not only foster sport during the summer but will also be In a. position next -winter to provide the people ot Lethb ridge with a place for stating and so that we will not need to hibernate with Bruin, during the winter months as we have done this season. Tho place of the meeting has not yet been announced but Judge Jackson Is likely to designate the spot in a coaple ol days. Keep next Friday night open. Be There will .-be rfcports IroE-a. constitution committee, outlining the general nlaa, and there will be a report from the grounds committee which has been bard alro. This .is an all-Lelhbridge pro- ject. Oet beWnd, ft. ajld The way to rtart to put 1 in an. appearance .at the.organiza- tion'hieeting Friday 'nignt. March 7th. pip, FAI Sngar City Quintet Goes Down on Stirling Floor By Score of 43 to 31. TAKEfflOEACH Beat Dominions aad Bearcati in Five Nearly Over Bowling one ot the best games ol the schedule the Outlaws piled up 6S3 at the Dominion alleys last night, lai ins two out ot three- from the City Bearcats. The Outiavrs hit the tlm bers for 250 in their first game and 255 in Ihe second, hut dropped back to 1S2 for the third, which they lost- Freestone was high total with 157 of the City Bearcats '.ant Maynard ot the Outlaws divided sin- gle with 62. The Herald and Dominions clashed in the second fray and though neither team did that will make the the the BUM HEAR OF Speakers Urge Support Necessary U. F. A. Local Organized (From Our O.m Correspondent) BOW ISLAND. Keb. arrived here on Tuesday. L pairs socks, t day shirts. 30 T. band- ages. 1 12 Evans will meet Stark aad MiM-e ot Barons in the Drst 1 bait of a 10-ganw series nt ten pins, home and home games. iecutive wins trimming the Su.ar Fown basheteers 43 to 31. The game as fast. scorei first, but and hi WUJ w tirling immediately carce back and lne Ihe margin in single with .___ This puts good position to 'ollowing is the lice-up and score: .Ravrrontf Stirling Meldruii, f-is' V. Spackman, f-22 M >v- 15 Valker, A. Wicklesoa, c-H Elevens, g-2 A. Ostlund, g-2 BBhler. g-0 M.j-JIickleson, g-0 Stirling, 43-. Raymond II.'Win Baymond seat over her second string cam to play the Stirling juniors won by 33 to 22. Following is tha Ece-np and score: Raymond Stirling md pUcen 10agM if schedule. The' Clerks'are safe In possession ot the The scores: City Bearcats vs Outlaws CITY BEARCATS 1st 2nd 3rd Tot. Wigley........ 40 39 Dennis........ 4' Smith........ 43 23 Wallis 23 24 Derricott...... 45 53 loci! in' f ____ t t icf favor ilrojn farmers present, the by an nf- 'election a! otttcers look place -with of the FrDsident, Mr. Peters wag cine Hat, ipresMfst of the Western'A. NT. vice-president. CanEdi Irrigation Congress, who spoke Swanson; st'crt'ary-treasurer, Jl Impre, lively of the encouraging sue- J Lancaster; direriprs', JleEers. cess attending his ranching efforts in E.. IfrfcfeLih, R.' Iversnn, G. the Manyberrles district through the M rinnff.v Thnre benefits'of irrigation.- .Mr. Fafrfield Mr. Fairf'ifcU, ot Leabridge, was the next speaker, and produced a sys- tematic and comprehensive chart cov- nng ten years of experimentation at TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE COLD WEATHEK by having your tires fixed and i fixed so you kno-.v they ara right. SERVICE OUR MOTTO TIRE SERVICE CO. Schultz and Net! (Formerly Palace Works) Opposite No. 1 Fire Hall ars3'. There an immefliatc- raemhershlp if 36. The meeting was splendidly thusiastlc and arrangements completed for HI [be SOTernment larni In ilia LetbbrMge presented Immedi- impressed the audience -with the unquestionable advantages ol Irriga- ,57 f-14 Burr, t-9 Fairbanks, c-10 Totals Liscombe H. Christiansen f-20 nnslon R. Christiansen, f2 D. Oler, cO jenVeaig-O UrHSl g-0 Raymond, 33; Stirling, 22. 207 191 OUTLAWS 1st 2nd 61 41 33 49 44 62 54 51 130 KA 3rd Tot Hon. Mr. Fzlrfit'.d's address furnish- ed liose present with considerable food tcr'reiicction. 3. BjrV I Olr. S. Bark, an enthusiastic promo- ot a If. dance in the Lancaster school on Fri- dny nlsht, 2Sth. Mrs. T. R. Elaine has returned home from Calgary. Mrs. John MoCartcn has returned home from Medicine Hat Mr. and Mrs. M. Clancey entcrtiln- ed Infcnnally on Wednesday ..evening u'hoa progressive was playeJ.. Attractive prizes were offered, the 'or- lunate wipers being Mrs. Carlson I'.t, We Radiators We Repair Them The Reliable Radiator Repair Shop George Farquharson, Prop. Rear "D" The Tailor, 5th St. S. Olr. S. Bark, an entnusiasttc promo- ler of the proposed-irrigation Mrs s.lcnle, 2nd. A musical pro- ha sen.n of A Written Guarantee With Each New EVEHiiDmitillf 18'months on starting, lighting and ignition, three years on lighting. Have your battery tested and filled with distilled water. Batteries for all makes of cars, Eveready Service Station 1. 0. THOMPSON PHONE 19M 3RD AVE. S. hardly think that tha stand- ing of the teams In the Southern Alberta Basketball as giv- en below U correct, but it is the standing as shown by the games of whtch the Herald has record: W. L. Pet' 'Stirling 0 1.000 Lethbridge 1 I JM Raymond 1 1 -500 'Taber.............. 0 2 .000 Cardston 0 2 .000 The indications in the above arc that Stirling has a strangle hold on first place with the league about 16 daya to go. It is gener- conceded that the Junction Town quintet la the huskiest ag- gregation In Ihe circuit, ami 1no play to dalo would seem to sup- .port that opinion. The Lelhbridsc learn In putting np A nice brand or ball and the boys are doing batter all the time, so no one knows what the next two weeks may bring forth. K the boys now In Franco were hers, (I would give a larger rangu of iraleriil to pick from and trlte woa'.'l be in the fight lo the last ditch. -As It'ls no cne hap- pens lo have seen any of tbe boys showing signs of lying down. Not 'EO long as George McKillon is at 1i In that oomai alont. hearers the assurance ot prc-ductlon under irrigation. Tho proposed irrigation project Is .._ one ol hn'raenss magnitude. Us real- 40 40 I5 a matter of concerted action 51 39 mi of vital importance to every per- 35 Ecn resident In .Southern Alberta. 30 50 AI the conclusion ot Ibe different 20 61 'addrcr.iea committees were to work on the signing of to (rewarded lo Ottawa. I After the meeting the speaker! were 3rd st lha homo r.f Mr. and Mrs. S. Beetle, Broadway. Mrs. nichard Kirscli'la cnjoyius a 54 visit trom her parents from j The social being Eivtn !n the asssm- of the United church. Loth- 236 Aveiiue. on FVItiay erening, pro: lo be a huge success. The enlci program planned by Ihe committee in charge will ta ail Italics and it is trcpeil all memLc'rs and ol the church will be presenl liolre-r.mtnta. wi'.l he served and heip srto! 177 224 HERALD 1st 2nd 34 41 38 65 23 37 37 44 31 59 LONDON, Feb. announce- sllrcv coKeciltui ment made by the Centra] News lhat the iur.ds of His chj.-cti. W 0 neckett, of Southampton, iwbo Town Council knocked out Bombardier Wells .last; The, .rcgubr rr.tctlns of the town nicll, would mtet Georgca Carpcntler. council held on rw.sy eveti'r.s van Iho French heavyweight champion, Is weil atlendiid, There was liltlo ot not conilnsed as yet. Sporting writ- public-Interest r.lice crs In IhW morning's newspapers say the appointing ".t a meJica! hcsltn ct- that'Ihe winner of the flsht betwrfcn ticw. After duo conn i deration Dr. EecV.elt and Frank Goildartl will meet Iho Frenchman, tollowed during Iha delicious supper. Mrs. K. C. Luilikc relumed on. Sat- urday from CaUisry, v.-hcre she- at- tendeil the Rebskali Grand Ledge. iieV. A. O. Richards of Medtc.ino Hat, Icok of the evening sarvicc In the Untied chord! on Sunday. Lang of Prospy, returned hinie- on Friday afier a pleasant two months' .ibserico In D. Carlson lias returned hor.ie r. visit with her (laugh- er, Penny. Ktzikom. I C. Barkisan. baa rcluracMi loinc from O.lzary. The many of Mrs. John Kis- -Itig. who is in Medicine1. Uat. -vill to to learn that re- te-: reports Indicate asd j satiiticlory progress. Mr. ar.n Mrs. McKcnna -repcr: the weak in re-. Uirninr hrnin well atlentled meetlnf of the Bow nrt IT A vis, held In lljf rest room u.-. Saturday cverjng. Tbn cn- ii.-i j.'.. i cvitleaccd at there gather- iig; liispeaks prosreas tor mem. bor. I III' TI. M. II. L. K. ''ia'', T. Thompson :n.l counted out In Ihe flfth. MASS SAID FOB Ihe wrlM blda fair to receive did support. Cards were flayed dur-j Ing Iho first part of Iho evening, thai prliw htltiK as dlcs' MrB- LAURIER IN LONOON BOUIIon, Mra. lljlloran; gcnllcman's; IOMUJS Keb A. Mr. M. Ilrspliy. .After par-i po'niltical masB fo: Ihe repfyso taking ot a delicious luncli, Ihe guests o. Iho of the lain Kir Wilfrid enjoyed several hours ot rtollghtful, Jxiurier wag colobMled yesterday In Westminster Homan Catholic cathod- ral and wf.9 attended by fcpresenta- liver of [iracllcally all tho Imperial dancing. Red The following work wan recnl veil at liver ot iiractiraiiy an tno Hftl on Wcdnoxlay and OsnadlE.il fleparlmcnU In aliemoon: 2 Mra. Cur- ana Italian cmfiMMcs were Irk; 1 pyjamt. unit, MoCTkc; 1 revrerented. Dlshop Bnllo, pair "oe'ts. W. Trows o; 12 fcaml- llarj (o Archbishop of West- mlnsltr, ponliflMtwl. Minister of Doherty represented Sir cit Borten and tho cabinet ages, Sirs, Carson. A shipment was despatched ontbe .IMh Inrt., conUlnlng the 'o lotting 15 pyjamaa, CS sllnp, 27 Don't Let OW J.ick Frost Nip Your Radiator. Use Johnson Freeze Proof BAALIM MOTOR Co. Of UNION BANK A Cart Will Our ;