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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 6, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE IKTHRHinr.K 1H1LY UKIULD MONDAY, JANUARY G, (910 "BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McManus CHQVCE TKM" DINNER-ALL THE BEEN tsicx I OT SOWE. Sport CURLING KkuST He entered as the cham- pion ol civil service principles. In ISSl he was elected to tie atate as- the 2lsl Joba Long in the first administration ol President McKtnley. While in this post he began to urge the prepara- tion ot tho navy for warfare which contributed so signally to the success of the American navy and army hi the Spanish-American war. In 1S9S he resigucd to enter the army umler General U'ood, and recruited the 1st United States Volunteer Cavalry, of This was A COMMITTEE OF DESTRUCTION (By Lieut. K. X. li oor man had invested aU hEs UUle boforo his show to B at oiu-p tticlr sirilo agilcat htm and Franco and their von tempt for tbo ob- -ls wf hU proud p-ffcctlou. Jusl lieforo the Oorinans n cer- Cftptalu Schrelder caioo alons nnd demanded Iroiu tUe notables of tooua a certiticato of good con- duct. At HoubaSi, at any rate, he met with a flat refusal, lut it ivas not everywbore that unhappy cap- Ivcs felt lUemielves ncir euouish to releaso to daro M. Mlllo wrillaE in Le Tetnia tills summary ol the reauUs of iLiisclou's campaign: In tho factories of UUe, fioubaix, TourcoiDR anil Armenliorea the sltu- n lj tbU: Tho district of North- ern ust'Hi to possess aa undoub- over Germany iix ev- erything whicJi concerns tha aplnnhiR tiud wt-aviug o! Ail thi flux (W factories uave.beou entirely de- stroyed, Ihe iimehlaory has been saai-. tere.l baioiuers anj ofleu euiireh broken uji. It was a of destroy jus a druaded. rhal. So with tlio iiielaUurgk establishment. In U'.e cotton and woolen nihla, they have Rent-rally been content with mantling llio machinery, in order tC tend'to Ccrmany all the copper doors, tools, wedges, yto. The result is prac- Ik-ally iho FHIW, tho machinery' is unusable." No wonder ihe work ptviDlB. who thus see thefr whole livelihood gona pay, "We won't have a. yiiigle liooSvo fiero after war I" Tbe extraonHiiary ie.uure in ihb recent German niioilaliou of Flanders' ts not so much its ivnntonnoss or lui II the weather permits tho tallow- ing games Trill ba played tonifbt. starting the local competition. Tbei ire placed In foer and :''Great Believer in Well-Regulat- ssch rink plays oae prae vrttti each! Benny Leonard and Ted Lewis ed Manly Says pton TriP Northwest Thompson Draw Freemta ys- Reic. Tbx T5. Baalina TS. Gray. McLeod TS, Gardes If the ice is not Jtt ior Pl0v riiv council has un- passed Aldennap Joseph C. Koslner's order directing .the judiciary commHiee to confer wilb'the corpora- I lion counsel in. tte preparation these games will be placed the till for submission to the legislature irifht there is ice. neit tnootli legalizing amataur and 'The date for the Crow's yest boa- professional boxing The orier 6pjel bas" bsen for January 13, to greeted with Thflre no at Oranbrook. S5i sheets of debate. ;3ce are belnj jmt Into condition. Any- The committee probattj" -wishing to so Ehouid hand their up the matter at its meeting ihe lat- names to the secretary Won! Cities SAN" FRA.N'CI Leonard. -.vorld'a champion lightweight1, anil Ted welter champion, >Iate a visit to the Pacific coast he New Aork mayoralty, but though 1SOO h a a he reeved RapuWican elation W ,McKin1ey, ond on was made by President Harrison a member of the civil service commis- sion, in which he renialnefl until From this body'he resigned to becoms president of the New Vorkj board of the adrai the latter's assassination became president for the balance of the term. In November he was electeil for a full term of president. on the expiration o[ this police commissioners during' term, during which he made a namo inistration of Mayor Strong !for and "the big stick.11 that part of tbit has been-received from Ferule say- have ten rinks at the Corporaiion Counsel Bttelson said'ing they at the close of the meeting, 'spiel. tbat he Trould every effort to] ciaD has initaUed a phone at have the bill ready (or early submis- sion to the legislature. aru a strong advocate of clean he said. "The people of my district also arc in favor.ol the sport. Boxing is ti manly one that teaches a man to 1 will use all my inflaance to have the uill passed." Ettehon in "Senate EtlelEtm is a member of the staie senate. He voted two years ago In favor of P. simiJar bill. Mayor Thompson declared his sup- port yesterday to the bill. He saia: "I am s. great believer in all well regulated manly sporie. I have al- ways favored boxing, Mit because our Jaws prohibited" tbe sport here I was iorccd. on TariDtia ixcaslons to deny permits for bouts." If a boilng bill is passed in Illinois at ihs E5xt session of tbe legislature aa3 a commission choscs that oas handle tbs sport as well 39 U Is con- ducted in Wisconsin there won't be any squawks from the reform element thinks the sport Is patronised by an element composed chiefly of thngs thieves. Wisconsin legislators put tbroupi the Hedding boifog bill some four or fivo years ago. Since that time many big contents have beea staged In Milwaukee and other Badger state cities. So well have things been" ma that not a single state lawmaker made an effort to bare-the la.w repealed. Neither has a "fake" taint been applied to any bout since the commission went to work., That cer iafnly speaks well for boiltig when properly restricted. the rink. The number U 1602. Trnstee H. W. B. Douglas elect ed chairman, ot the Edmonton schoo board. -i First International Athletic Con- test in America Since 1914 to be Staged Soon he went on his famous hunting trip ins the bonds of. discipline, it Is a t deHberate resolve on ihe purl of tim J German authorities, to destroy all, free and Nourishing, life in Flanders uow and for many years to come. Every witness Duuai. Cambrai, and the vest uses the same' word 'systematic1-' to describe !Jie; work ot destruction and robbery. My-i thing of value was, if possible, remov- ed, things immovable or of only local fimirp ThPv vuit of boara> Qnd with in 1S10, he, utility wcrc smashed, anil sntasbml L I SUKeSB hia Principle of civil service through Egypt, Italy, France. UfcHfully so as past all repair., and nroiimf i Belgium, Germany and England, where i jewellers' shop_3 were looted, drug! he made notable speeches, among [stores reduced to a chaos of broken] them being that in London, on glass. In private houses valuables 'rancrco ffrct, and may swing around some i, the way of the Pacific corth- Leonard'ji coming to the Coast was set forth in a letter to 'Moose" Taussig of San Francisco, in which says that he will soon re- sign his position as athletic director at Camp I'pton, X. Y., and make aj ust-to-coist trip, meeting ali comers, Lewu hss written Ms former train- er. Dave Landau, of San Francisco, that he will come west next spring, The last time Lewis was- in San Francisco he met Battling Ortega, and while the referee did Dot see it ihat way tLere has besrahiucb. talk along the lines that Orient was entitled to a decision, Ortega try his luck hi the after the new year and lit is in the cards that an attempt will be made to bring abaut another match. Swimmer Who May Outshine Duke Dis- covered bv Accident has California fans like to have the (discovered another swimming chara- return go staged in San Francisco, but pion who some day may SV22 they may lose oat unless something the famous Duftfi Kahanamoku. British Egyptian policy, which brought forth rnuclrcomment and criticism. In Norway he was awarded the Nobel1 peace prize T T his share in bringing bbout neat i between Russia and Japan. Bet- re be had reached Eng- land he was appointed by President act as envoy of the II. 5. at the funeral of the lale King Edward. In the preaidential campaign otl910 In which President "Wilson became the Democratic candidate, Roosevelt or- ganized the Bull Moose party, to com- bat Wilson and also Ms old-time friecfl, who was also a candidate. Roosevelt was de- feated in this election. In 1916, Roo- joined forces with Charles B. Hughes to'defeat without LIUC- CC3S. Col. Roosevelt was the author of "EW YORK, Jan. first In- :ernatlonal athletic contests in, Amer- ca since 1914 may eTentaate within the sett few montht: as the of eu invitation which has been extend- ed to the Swedish .o send a team to this country. The invitfttton, which haB been forwarded by the Amateur Athletic unlcm. sug- gesta that five of the best runners of be selected to compete In the- A. A, U. fndoor cb am pious hips. Among the Swedish athletes tenUtively nam-i ed tor the proposed trip are Zander. Bohlln, Landgren, Bailaman and Eck- .1. All are noted performers throughout happens to change Ortega's present Jim Co'froth paved the way for Or- tega to secure a hearing in (he east. TjYhat he said about the conqueror of MEcki'y King aroused much curiosity, and some strong made in di" and was a- forceful youth in question Is SannKanoa, 16- [.writer. At the time cj death he year old native boy, te an Inmate ot the boys' Industrial Kanoa escaped from school re cently, and when his- pursuers were ot The Outlook. was doing extensive writing for vari- ous newspapers and periodicals, and had for years been associate editor were appropriated, things like family portraits, of small Intrinsic value but; with many associations, were slashed .to ribbons. i Hut industry on' which the German waged ruthless! war. In the great .industrial Three j Towns of Lille, Tourcoing all tbe machinery lias hccn save what was removetl to Germany fsomp rti. which was nominally pur- chased with worthless "In! Tourcoing writes the corres-' pondent ot La Victolrc, "they were seen to dynamite .SO boilers from sheer love of the "people- of Roiibaix and of Tonrcoing say that Ihey knew ft' German society called the 'Commission for tfle Destruction of Industrial Utilities.' whose mem- bers presided over the destructions ia question." "They were seen to dynamite go Xotc that for it was one of the of Gorrrian cruelty that they would for choice de- stroy frame, in which some AUTO TIRES OF ALL. SIZES VULCANIZED By the Vnmoiis Hay wood Syetem RE-TREADING REPAIRING By experience! Workmen. All work guaranteed. Special ment. for Him Cut Repairs. R. D. RITCHIE 203 13th St. S. Opp. Ellison Mills Radiator Leaking? When your radiator leaks bring It to us for repairs. We have tbe equipped Knou in town Tor this hind of work. All repaired lir.der our different processes are guar- anteed leakproof on leaving the shop. Radiators put through differ- ent processes of scraping, rins- ing and IioHine before impairing. Shop at the rear ot Dallas Hotel on .Main Slreci. Lethbridge Radiator Repair Station almost upon him, plunged Into the strong statements were breakers and swam out through the .ffferent papers. Ortega will surf six miles to sea. before being have to make a strong showing lire up to those introductory remarks. COLLEGE ROWING XBW YORK, Jan. TJnt- Tersitr will be represented at the meeting ol the American College Row- ing .Association to be heM fa Phila- delphia next week to discuss the pro- posal, to have a Henley regatta for college crevs this epring, it was an- nounced today. No Doubt Your Car Needs Overhauling! WE-CAN GIVE YOU SATISFACTION AND GUARANTEE ALL WORK Ycrar CFT will be orerhaoIttS unior tho abie of onr chief eipen, .Mr. Sloddirt, formerlr muter meciianto of a 300 car capacity gange I" Winnipeg ol renoTra anccest. CHARGES MODERATE PALACE GARAGE T. H. RAVEN Manager SECOND AVENUE 1437 0. H. 3TODDAHT ig captured. At 1 o'clock in the after- noon the pursuers put to sea in p. sam-' pan after bov. but tost all trace of him. They feared h? hart Dither bnen1 j drowned or eaten by sharks. At about 4 o'clock they sighted an object a quarter of a mile ahead. They made for it, and found Konoa swim- ming about in a leisurely fashion. As they neared iiirn he dived, coming up 20 feet away. The boy these tactics until he miscalculated nad came up near the sampan. He was seized and hoisted aboard. From aJmost the beginning of the] great war Roosevelt had been strong-' y pro-aHy, and for the entrance ot the United States into the struggle. He had always been a strong advo- MAKE COAST LEAGUE EIGHT TEAM CIRCUIT Take Locals Info Camp Three Straight in Grtat Ten Pin Game Those Barons Millionaires came down to on Saturday night with their batting clothes on, and did things to the local qiilntet in a ten-pin match, winning three in a row by a total margin 103 pins, making their margin on the round I us. Dili Moore was a regular Ty Coh'n.! picking off for the three games ior high total and StarX annexed hizh single honors witu 245 fa his second] game. Evans and Shover the locals I grabbed off two double century the circuit will be completed at a each, but even that wasn't enough to] trieeting today. beat the cocky crew from the north. Tomorrow night the Herald and the; CONNY MACK A MONEY-SAVER Bankers -will clash In the five pin SAN FRANCISCO, Jan, pansion cf the Pacific Coesl Base- ball league from a six to an eight team organization by the addition of Portland and Seattle has been agreed upon by directors cf the league. The oireitors voted last night to apply for the Portland and Seattle territories now braced in the Pacific Coast Inter- national league, formerly, the Northweslefn league, and It is ex- pected plans for the cnanjes In cate of military preparedness. X. C. Chard, 24137, A. Coch- rane; 13704, Corp. J. Costello; 230I31S A. Caughlln, C.M.M.G.; 12501, Sergt. T. Cole. 14941. It. Cruise. Phone 309 P, O. Box 978 ANDY WILL FIX YOUR RADIATOR Right and advise you regard- ing care. 418 Fifth Sb-eetS. Ian. following Canadians have been awarded decora Mons: Second Bar to the Military Medal 17023, Lance-Corn. F. 1st Canadian p. S. Canadian Engineers. Bar to Military Medal 16393, fie. A. U ilnhan, Canadian Motor Machine Gun Ilfignde; 453S7 C.M.M.G.; 1 15018, C. E. Davles, RO.i II.; 454561, Corp. K. II. Diplock; 191, T. Doherly, C.M.M.G.U.; 312S5S, Corp. It. B. Dolan, D.T.M.K.; 10S671, Corp. W. P. Drlnkle; 215, Sergt. J. J. i'arquhar, Cyclisls; 550202, Corp. K, Green, 150425, Sapper i'. A. 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