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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 14, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PACK SIX h i DAILV Tl'KSDAV, JANt'AUV 11, "BRINGING UP FATHER1 By G. McManus jfl TrUNIOLUCM.LCN j MR.JONPb-KFiTKE mi v ONE OF OU1? DONT WORRY I OOrS'T INTEND WUL-WEU.- CLANCY CN ARE 6MD IT'CLANCX M CAN'T DO TOO IMUIAPKLPHIA. Pa. Jan. 13- iiio iwrtoiis wore killed tu'oro tUati a score tonight when (ho "StraiUon Flyer" of Ihe Phlluilel auU Reading Hallway trashed into the ruar ol a Doylestowu local iralit wliila UIP latter was standing a Quarter of ;i mile below V'ort station, IS miles uortli of diy. Tht1 rear ear vt the local was do Seven passengers were kilted outright, boinc mangled almost beyoiul recognition Two others dleU licy were beiug rushed to tho The Sport Cut Record for Mile 29 3-4 Sec- ends in 58 Years, From 1858 to 1916 The recent deaths of Lee Aiworthr hud St. Frisco recalls the names of the champion stallion's which' thrilled racegoers by their splendid perform- inces since Ethan Allen started the list at the Union course on Long Island on Ocloter SS, 1S5S. 60 years igo, -when he defeated George Patchen, who was handicapped to a wagon, fa to October S. 1916, when Lee Ajcworthv.troltcd ffl 1-1 at'Lexington, -a'reductida of 29 3-4 seconds in 5S years. All ot the early champions made their records in rac'ei, Maiey Gjbrj being the first lo secure the honors in a trip agatast the watch, when on 1SS1 he trotted ;in Provi- dence and clipped half a second off the record of 3-4 whith Phallas made in the fourth heat of a race at Chicago earlier in the season. Utter that date Directum and The Harvest I er were the only champions, to-.earn j, their honors in races. I, RitZi Ulo Seattle hocke; A i.-. J otmanaeerlo tht KUIKon, whcn c n 0 XT oports Are being badly Neglected m "citcine Hat on Wednesday i Canadian giant and Jonn Mr. aud Mm.-Siwlj.Elc enterlM, Ml, and Mrs. lieo. Wares during the I (nn Preside hl to the Voasl to the locals. 1 Miililnon la enthusiastic Slugging Outfielder Said to Have IJeen Sold to Minneapolis Club champions at an increased -rate speed at each Demote. shows" that Ms sons TVI1 Bird sired Atell and Allerton, the for- mer reaching his limit as a 3-year-old. First Two-Minute Stallion. Aitell also continued the through Axworthy and his son line Guy Tvy" Cravatb. leading home nin and extra base hitler of the National league last season, ha? been suld to Minneapolis club of the American association, according to report. While ihe recent national league meeting was in session In New York the rumor spread that Cravatli and Luderua were about to be released by the Phils. .This report, however, was denied by President Baker, who stated at that time that "Garry" 'would re- main with the team. When Horace Fog el president Axworthy to tee Axworthy, the first oE lne Phillies and Charl'e Dooin stallion to enter the two-minute list..] manager, Cravath was obtained from In Cay Arworlhy the blood of the; the Minneapolis club. He has done brothers, William lj.-a.nd Guy. Wilkes great worx for Ihe- Phils., although arc blended. They Inherited the golden "WHkes Mambrlno cross on a foundation'ot Seely's American Star. whose daughters were in the early days represented on the turi bv Dei- er, Nettie and Jay Gould. The latter at s p succeeded, George TClltrcs in the 1st of champions, his record of L-2 being made at Buffalo in a third icat with William'B. Allen arid Hunt: ress the field. Jay GouM's memory at the beetntnng of last season he asked for his release. Manager Moran persuader! him to j play regularly. The official baiting averages rank Cravath as the leagutfa leading slugger. He led the National league batsmen in home ruas and extra baae hits last season. "GavTy" walloped the sphere; ago the Herald asked what pr a park for sports when the boys come home. haven't heard it answer- ed yet. Probably it is because there has been no answer that Judge Jackson mentioned the problem at a public gathering. But therc'ahould be an answer, and it shouldn't have to wait unlil next May when the boys want ta be cut playing football and baseball and fa- crosss, and asking where they are lo play. Seriously, are the boys to play next year. From what we can the Eckstorm park may not be available unless steps are taken lo secure it Henderson Park is too far away. In the first place the boys won't go that far to play, and in the second place Ihe people wouldn't gt> to see them if they did, and the psople have to go to get enjoy-' ment and incidentally help along with the finances, for even amateur sport requires finances for equipment, keeping grounds in shape, etc. We have talking a lot lately about providing the returned sol- diers with jobs on their return. What are we doing to provide the foot- ban players among them their old sport? about th- baseball and lacrosse players among them? we in Lethbridge in the way of provision for '.vinter sports which will give young men and women healthy exercias and take tbsir minds off other things. Is Lethbridrr; going fall by the wayside m spert and become a mopey hole? What Is there that stirs up more civic pride amonn the young people than the fact that thefr town has the best football team or tHe best baseball or hockey team in thji country? A great teacher education was merely a sound mind in a sound body to fit the young man or woman to iie the beet citizen' possible. Is Lethbridge overlooking a big opportunity to overcome some of her ills by failing to provide for spart? which everybody can enjoy? IT Lethbridge Is failing in this, then LethbrTdge is a community. Perhaps tbV.clly commissioners think this is outside their duties; did the Canadian army in France overlook chance to provide clean sport [or Calgary. Tho many friends of Mr. StrpUcnstm wlH be pleased lo learn of his entire recovery from lits in- fluenza attatb. !Mr. E. C. Uatenian who has visUitig friends'in has re- turned home, The many friends of Mr. John Mor- I is CVPH taster limn LU Victoria liro I ther. He Is one of (he younger men 11 the team, weighs ISO pounds when hi anil is 21 years of attention of the annual meeting in lo he held in tho rest room on unlay, January ISth. Several of importance :ire to be brought bctorr- was also kept green by the eight times and roiled! performances of Pisley, and up a o[ 61 JJK; tnat were good for, Robert J., i-2, ioiiS after died more Inan a single. n obscurity. Smuggler, thfi sixth champion, was a converted pacer. He owed his place in turf history to Charlie Marvin. Dur- ing his career Smuggler cut the stal- linn record from 2.30 3-4, where he placed it at Buffalo on August 5, 1874, in the stallion race that was won by Thomas Jefferson, to 1-4 al Hartford In 1876. Mambrino Gift was the only rival for the honors in the Interval. On August 13. 1S74, the son bf WatenJfUch'.won a race at Ro- chester, X. Y., in but he only re- tained the honors for a month as Smuggler equalled it in tbe stallion race in which he.defeated him at Bos- [EASTERN I HATS CT CAPS ti-2 for with an of tlie n more The Phillies finished in a .ast place in team hitting average of .211. Fourteen players who participated Irian 15 Barnes finished .with batting averages-of .100 or over. _ J. Fill- c-erald. who acted as "pinch" hitter averages- of .100 or gerald, who acted as n.i.t. c o for the Phillies in 61 games, leil (he. Remits Taxes of Soldier Red team with an average of .293, Captain Luderus ihe hut con- slstent hKler of the team, with an- average of .2SS. j Cross Society Holds Meeting ISth. when it tfeglioped all members be present. Mrs. X. Gilburn of Foremost vras the week-end guest of Mrs. Smith, Heher street. Mr. ShoanI, our popular tonsorial artist, disposes of his barber shop-at this point to Mr. .prtgsby of belli- bridge on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Dulmage, Loucfcs Street, entertained as their guest clur- ing the week, Mr. P. Duimagc of Fort j William, Ontario. A valuable horse owned by Mr. Wni. iSlepheoson accidentally broke her leg on Tuesday anrt hatl to be shot. Red Cross iisoii will be Interested to learn of his tnomlicrs and 'A full attendance Is removal to'lhs Medlciiie Hat hosrUal specialty in order tu have his leg reset. Mrs. .__ Morrison, is fit present the -gucat ol fc Mrs. G- Briicc.' Mr. Den ol Coiigucrville j Jirid the hard luck of accidenlally j shooting his liorsa .while out coyote j mnting on-Siindaj- last.. j Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Thoinnson. i First Avenue, arc being coiisruUilulcJ.; upon the blrih of a son. Mr. and Mrs. 5. V. Hurst sjicnt Tuesday ami Wednesday i" belli-j bridge. L We are indeed glad to report the continued progress of both Mr. and j Mrs. II.-E. IJeallie, Broadway, wlui have been suffering from un attack.of j Spanish influenza. j The regular monllily nieetiug pf Hie 'Masonic will he i-nndut'tejl in I the lojige rooms on Tuesday evening, i As the cTectioii of onicern for the com- OKEH BARROW HOCKEY SCORES i Our own corre BOW ISLAXD. Jan. regular t mcc-ting of tovsn council was con- ducted in the council chambers Friday evening- Mayor Reid in v i cliair. ing year will take place at lhh mccl- ing. a full attendance is -cnuestcil. I Jlrs. li.'S. Beatilc. Mrs. Stone ami .Mrs. Hall motored to Medicine. Hal on A. Millar is spending .a few days" in Calgary. Mr. E. II..WIImol was a .business visitor to Meaicine Hat on Tuesday, Rev. Ward is spenJIng a tow days jit toivn. Miss Slater was the guest at Mrs. S. G. Jamieson. Olquist Strom, on Wednesday. Slio was accompanied to Medicine Hat Ijy Mr. Jamicsnn. Mr. Alfred Millar shipped a rarloail The meeting of (he Hed Cross boc AUTO TIRES OF ALL SIZES VULCANIZED Bv Ilic Karnous Hnywo'nj Systcin RE-TREADING REPAIRING By experienced Workmen. All work guaranteed. Special Equip- ment for Kim Cut Repairs. R.D.RITCHIE 203 I3lh St. S. Opp. Ellison Mills Hoberton. Werts. Ricli, Hoagiin, Hropliy, Oliver, Swennntnson. Carson, the I and Caldcr. It ivas moved by 'rs'I T W. :ind l.ousckeepcr ar- (o be held in tile I.O.O.F. next Monday enliiR. January-20111. A full attend- Palace Vulcanizing Works One Block .West ol Lethbrtdgc Hotel. RETREADING, BLOWOUTS, RIM CUTS. Retreading Price List: 33x4 510.00 _____ 512.00 Tonight at the Dominion Alleys ths newly-formed Five-Pin League kicks off with a double-header between the Outlaws arid the Me- chanics, and between the Bank- ers and the Barbers, The of the various teams have decided that games wilt count, rather than total pins, and the ieam with the highest percentage at the end of the season will be declared winners. Each team will be credited with every game won and debited each game lost. The schedule has not been conv pleled, but bf polled carry next week. ANDY WILL FIX YOUR RADIATOR Klabt and adi'lse you regard- ing Its care. unl.. Jan. ..ru..u ..v...----- ,r r u i rnnrtithin the downfall of the water i onsiJcrably reducerl Tlio conn- be applied on ilrlvc from Mr. H. Htonneaate C H A Urn appr.dated Mr. Rich's Alien. The followiiis ,nc' position ami assure I him hn r.'Duid In.' cllipltchcd from this brancli by the i properly protected In the fuinre. ncrli on December IStn, ____ i Mr. .it. S. Boaltie approached ihe W1S: l doren shins, 2.1 iiyiamas. rrjiim.il relative to !hc increased rate ,2 K. K. covers. ?r scarfs. prs. sncks. :hc Unnsav tonight! PeVro winning of 11 la f score ot 11 10 FIGHT RESULTS SYRACUSE. X.T.. Jan. of Syracuse, a popular verdict over Kddm Wallace in u round hout here tonlgM. rROVIDHN'i'K, K.I., .Ian. I'-hll Bloom, of Brooklyn. cut- pointed Joe cf Thlci'ijo. lei Ihe T.'-round main bout at the Na- tional A. C. here lonixht. I pr.i. sorka. 'M V. P. baip, HJ M. i. indases.l 1-- A. U. socks. Touil.142 pieces.' Tile F.ni'iotv ilris 1 Ml nrkn'mii. Irenienl of by this to WON DERBY STAKE. MONTGOMERY, Ala.. Jan. Eugene's r.host, owned by Mm. Jtary Elliott at Courland, won (119 by HlaKe of the All-American Field i Trials Club at Letorhalchi tolay. com-j peling with a field oE pointers and lers gathered Irom all parts of lie! country. I'JIIhADK.M'HIA. t'a.. .Ian. lionny l.eonaTtl, ch3iu- pion. Harlem (if Xcw York, in a C-ryiiml bout here of fire insurant. The council dccld eil to late thu matter np v.-ilh the Underwriter's Agency and it H a readjustment can be l Remit Taxes i The crurifii unanimously tn i cancel 1017 ami toxen levied Ival toys ngainEt !he home.tenl nl (Jeorgr. Cal- Oinrji1 Millar. Pic. r. I. 1 dor. in recognition n( his service ovor- an'.l I. scaj. The T.-I11 lliisumo Hie taxcu Itos'e liariliat for tiie menll.jned and for Ivvo fj: Carinsisgay. llurlni 'year'.! after the of peace. IsaheHi: U'hitney "vlll Jill her 1 A well alien-led resting of the How j vacancy in the lo-al post ofllcc. Island I'. K. A. No. 833 via neld in Mr. anj Mrs. I.t-Mari'.l of Wlnnificrt i the rest room cm Saturday evening.! ivere the wo'! end tsiicste of Mrs. W. i Stone. Trie regular -.vsftkly mee'insr (oi Ker; Society will bo ht-lil in the rest room on Wednesday. II Is sin- cerely hoped the former activity of lie resumed and tlie needs society promptly flllcil. duller left fin Monday for I.etiilirliJgc. vrhero In fiiluri! she will I .vht-n the elef of officers for St'iiuneri. coming year liwli pluce. Mr. K. J. I H. I.. Stone v.-ai n visitor tu Mecli- Hcndorsoii'Who mado an eiccllent ,-lr.e Hal on Monday. prcsiclenl laal year was unanimously Mr. ami Mrs. Patrick Mcinorvey lire.) nhoacn os president of Hie APSIH- recelvhiK coiiKratulatlnns nvcr the ar-1 lation. I, S. Jarac.i was clcctetl vice-1 rival nl an Infnnt daughter, horn on president and fiecrelary 0. Monds j HMnrday. .lannary Illti, i _____ nas unanimously chosen an sec.-ctiry .Mr. ami Mra. Orissby are taking Now that the lime has arrived nh.cn for the coming term. The following rejldencc in the liousc recently raca Mr. Mrfi. J. XV.i'ersrju fiilil lam- :ly of I'iiuiicr Crenh. who have been ilie sueata of Mrs. A. Smith, llcbcr Sirect. have relunici! .Mrs. 0. H. Allen wns the hosless o! a ilclfghtiiil party In her siiacious hoaii- on Saturday when she a largo number tit frientls In courlrsy to Mr. and Jirs. I'arker. arc tlio. guests of Mr. Mrs. It. K. llcattlp. Tl.rj evening was happily ill carils, with the ser'-inp nl a dainty luncheon. The Womann Institute, cail.-i ir.l SERVICE STATION. Attention. Motorists lur Service Department for your bat. Fame durlnf; Ihe onaljla rales at Dallcry Station. Phono 616 CARE OF CLUBS IN WINTER No Doubt Your Car Needs Overhauling! WE CAN GIVE YOU SATISFACTION AND GUARANTEE ALL WORK Your Car will lie overhauled under fho able supervfsifjn trj.- chief CXJCTI. Mr. Stoddart, formerly master mechanic o[ n car capacity garage in Winnipeg of renown success. CHARGES MODERATE PALACE GARAGE T. H. RAVEN Manager SECOND. AVENUE PHONE C. H. STODOART Master Mechanic many a goiter cleans out his loc.Xer at the club atid tikes golf riuHit lor the -vinter. a '.vorrl of wairi- ing may save stime [lif necea-; Kity of having clubs reshafted in the sprta? Huy trn cents' worth rau-' linscerl oil from the and be-' ciuh" aivay ruii Hie eil by Mr. unit Mrs. Olciultt i Frtmtis will lie pleased lo learn of ihe coalinueil progress Mrs. W. li. hoard of directors was appointed: Messrs. K. I.. McUrcgor. II. I. HrOion- ert. N'evers, A. Kgan, Taylor ai.il .1. Ham, VKS. Henderson sprike very pnlcn- j llcl'cw. drily of the alms of the pssouiatlon Mr. anJ Mrn, ('nrlson mot and his confidence In Its maXing gooil V-'innlfrcd on In this vk-lri'.ly. It was polnlel out shaflii will] the oil, and that the result must no: be little oil on your iron heads will aUo led to Ihe president or the secrenry keen Ihcm free from nut. i or Ihe lint every member Calgary. Coif clubs sri'iuH be riored In a dry, (must (eel a direct resfmnaibllily lot Mr. and Mrs. .1. Darling who spent i cool ulaw. .13 fnr from Ihe railhtor a.! ;hc success ol Ihn nesoclation. a as the guests of MM. A. fuller, Kd earn he taVe.n lo j After the various appointments were Ixuirics St., relnrnco'to Ihelr lioino In !SM thai the shafts arc perfectly made, several vital anJ Interesting Medicine Hat on Saturday last, straight and thai no weight rests on i problems were discussed. i The many friends ol Mr. Manli, thtin. CHI them once in a while dur- The appointment of delegatea (o the manager of the Union Hank, Mitkom, ing the winter when you get the (over provincial assembly was left over un- lormerly totaled here, will regret to I io j-ou can't staml H any tenser. 111 the neit meeting on Saturday, Jan. learn of his mother s dcalh In Toronto. in .Mr. and Mrs. It. H. Heatlle. llroad- v.-ay. are entertaining as their gucat.i. Sorst' r.lnl .Mrs. Parker, of 18th Ave., Just Arrived Chevrolet Worm Drive One Ton Truck BAALIM MOTOR Co. BACK OF UNION DANK THROW YOUR OLD TIRES AND TUBES IN OUR RED CROSS BOX ;