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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 16, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX G. McManus "BRINGING UP FATHER" I XOO TO AX MX HOObC WCOME ITH THE WAV I ItWITEO MR CCS NEXT GOT HE WONT COME-HF A ClOiS'T TO nit. ItOVl IN THE Conference of Rancners We lauds for soldier settlement. Com rado McKenzio drew attention to the act that many the blE rancners vere In their iotcresi3 n the returned men. Hud would uo only too pleased to mcot their wishes iirc-einiitluii. the residence required lo obtain patent therefor be (CONTINUED FHOM KRONT PAGE) ould he affected DV cooperation with IERSMEM TIME BY 2 miles past of known as tne horefore, resolved thai the Incoming soldier may make entry on quarter ranchmen ot the province and others rangemenis to obtain lease lauds for n sen-ice in Canada ouly. An appeal pension board of three. Business Men Taking Up Out- door Sports Helps Wreck Leagues That is Opinion of JANTAHY 10, 1010 Hoopers at it in Earnest at thej Wins By One Point From English Dick ____ time as a minor league club owner ami later famous as a scout (or the Jess Not Likely To Meet Utah Man The a. Enr and Knox juniors of the Church ___' _ L tfoe "t" last ulgtot was ex- from first to last. It was any- 'body's game until the last goal -eras scdred, making it IS lo 17 In favor of Knot For Knox, Holland Kerr rn-as the star ana played a splendid game, scoring 9 out ot the IS points. Jack Scott also played a good game. Gordon Morrison played a whirlirind tame for the English, scoring 12 points. C. Wellington played a good combination game and also had a band in the scoring'. Win by the "score ot 39 to 34. The game iras close all tie "way. and some good combinations -were made on both sides. George. Young .did most bl, the jtjbe jwiniierB, malt- ing 19 "ant of tie 39 points. For the Rovers, TVlHred Murray the star man, and he the usuil good game, making 1G points for Iris isam. Line-up Points. Rid path, forward Red, forward S. Holt, centre M. Sadowsfcj, guard Murray, guard :or the New York Giants. Is f as to the ultimata fate of rnluor lea- gue baseball. The sponsor ior Larry Doyle. Heinie Groh, Frank Snyder and other famour ball has quit "ivory hunting' Tor en essential occupation. Kinsella SITE: Few followers of major league (By Cross Counter) It Jack Uampsey continues to topple over each man he meets in the ring in jig time, ;hose vrho express skep- ical views as to ihe merits of bis per- formances soon will be Jn a quandary. There are only a few more hoavy- weiehts wan have sufficient ability to warrant matching them with Dempsey and after they are disposed oi Willard u-UI be all that stands between the j meat. Utah thumper anil the title. jahould COIT.O under '.he same benefits as the overseas men. provided he was suffering pensionable disabilities incurred in that service. The government was asked lo ad vancc sufficient money lo tide tliem (ver the winter to men who had re e'.ved a portion of the loan under the Soldiers' Settlement Act and com rcencing farming operations were af reeled by Uie drought Leased Lands n Hoynl C'iminilsslon to Investigate tin true nixl n-al atulus of such plieui 01 H! if the ttoyal finds thai awli arc uuwortby of beliij C'auailiau citUfua that all naturallra [Ian sHaU Lo annulled and become void anu ttioy and Ibolr families shul! Lt> deported from this laud and ucvui be permitted to return. In any case ail alien euumlei to bo dislranchlseii for a period of not less than 2Q years; neither shall any alien enemy be aimed lo enu-r duriug Iho sauio fod for any purpose whatsoever. Demobilization. ID view uf the In llu newsiujjors of the statement made- bj Cioiierat Mowburu lhal the 0. W. V A. executive requested the of militia BO slow on Joouiblltzatlou lYL-cl that we. the G. V. A., Kd tnonton local, recoiutuotid thu provln clil convention ititit a resolution a: follows be forv-artled to the G. W. V. A. executive and to General Mcwburn: j That we. the G. V. A. ol in convention assembled, deplore tht! statement quoted by Gen. Mew- 1 burn, as it not the sentiment of tin returned soldiers of Alberta. Agricultural Schooli That tlir Albertu provincial com mainl of llio n the ma- jors, bnt it may suffice to say that even the Cardinals In 1911 made 000 net. Roger Emu ah an told Dill Ancour and Sjoth were scouting for the Brittons in go out and buy some good players. I bonght one, Frank Snyder, for and the club turned down an offer of Uo.COO for Frank that winter, or to ae exact, before the teams went into alolog in the spring erf 1913, Whittfid recommended one George He didn't do well for a rhfle and slipped away from Si Louis to ttoston at a ridiculously 1cm figure, in a trade of second string men. "Armour and i the champion. H Demjisey Real FiqtHcjr. Dempsey's career has provbked con- siderabls comment in the way of com- parison with the champions ol past de- cades, anil the bulk oi conclusions arc unfavorable to tha modern thumper. ]men stiffen og physically from result wounds, disease and exposure In Lump Sum That men who have been discharg- ed previous to Nor, 11. and have received post discharge pay receive their gratuity in a lump sum, so as to ve of stJ-.'Sr.tase to If in to1 reconstruct the same, patent for the half] Whereas, considering a returned man's financial standing 's un' doutiledly a hardship ds in nltnost all casees, three years continuous resi- dence is financially impossible. Resolved that the central govern- ment be asked to make the necessary changes in Soldier Land Settlement Itogutfttfons governing the residence reciulred to obtain patent for Homestead aud Soldier entries as iti was to March. 191S. during which stx months' residence in each of three years was necessary to obtain patent for both homestead anil the war. be 'takei. .cognizance of hy j The -natte'r of members "of, the C. the government 2nd a system of aclju dication by lot be adoptea. Should Not Benefit The convention weat on record tbat -There were only four heavyweight! any officer or soldier- who refused to champions of the past who would have bothered Dempsey as he stands today. They were Fitz, Corbeti, JeCrles and Johnson. ed. Jeffs iron Jaw might have with-! such service should not benefit as set earned our Dempsey not only has the speed of Corlelt, but has a destructive punch behtnd the speed which Corbetl lack- go to France on account ot being re- quested to revert in rank, tion-coin- officers Vho refused on ac- count ol cessaUon of working pay, and men who have only seen service hi Canada, unless Ihcy have suffered densionable dissMMy due solely to E.K from varioits causes were not enabled to see service on an nc- [ial helllgerent front, and who discharged prior to Nov. llth. 1318 was taken up. It was considered an njusllce that they were atood tbe Dempsey puncli and the 'ight woulil been a pretty one. Fitz's strategy njighl have enabled lim to get a knockout yunch. but K Dempsey hit Fitz first the Com- Ishnian would have had trouble in re- covering. .Sullivan at his best easily would Hera under the definition of (he Sol- diers' Settlement Act. School Lands It was resolved that ail school and other government lands plionld be sur- veyed as to the present status of the payment terms. If these are over twi years in arrears', and not cultivated Thai Menntinites neither the MennonUcs the alien enemies stand very hljh In the opinion of the returned veterans r.f the province was clearly proven on Wednesday when two rssoluiiohs couched la strong terms were passed without a dissenting vote. There was very little discussion on either motion, I but Ihn silence was Impressive. They j follow: That the Dominion government SBATTLB, Jan. iron wild game ol from Vancoavsr temlglt, 3 to 1, In the P. C. ft A. HAMILTON. Out., Jan. Dentals tkfsatod the Hamilton tonigbt, 4 lo 3, '.n a senior O. II. A. (ime. Ironi the benefits of the war graiui and It was resolved lo petition ;he "government to have the injustice removed. It was also resokeil that the order- [n-counoil re gratuities bo amended so that the .length of war service shall constitute and read as from thn date of alteration until Nov. llth, 1913. This in order that thcro be no discrim- ination in the case of those who volun- teered for active service, and did ac- tually serve in one of the theatres of war, suffering wountls or disease which caused their return to Canada and subsequent discharge. Vocational Officer Johnson, M.C., and Colonel Ellis, agricultural expert oti the soldier settlement hoard, were present at the meeting. The former hrought up the matter of training sol- dfera lo be teachers. The Great War Veterans speeded _________ ...________ ______ _ their program last evening In order of our champions will be found to have purchased land and up to on gto as much ground as possible ific-ir clashes. 1 chattels, etc. ism! thus make way for an early arl- Jobnny Kilbaue. featherweight the Blond Indians who own the' jcnirnmcnl on Thursflny af'crnoon iT champion ot America. Is one of 0( ncrca In B. Alberta nassihle, The result was lual a host title holders who snows a disposition :o dispose of some 50.000 of rcEolutians were put through. They excluded sucl, step3 as nece3ssry: have been vanquished by Dempsey. i the same should be thrown open for but Jacfc Johnson at his best would I purchase by returned rfoldlera at a puzzle the Utah man. If Deropsey price not over Ihe original upset price, succeeds in getting Wllard into the j Loans of ring the litle wll! change handa by in order lo settle soldiers on the knockout inside of fifteen rounds. ]anj quickly as possible daring the Indications are that when boxing j period of demobilization the govern- comes hack to normal and the stage; is In be memorialized to pass an la all set for real titular ualtiea. some! order-ln-conncil to loan up lo on in Ihe premises to prevent the "Meu-j nonltcs" Iroru aco.uiring from the ernment by purchase or other-wise, land at present, or which may here- after become vested in the Crown, and that the same so far as la possible be conserved for the exclusive benefit ot soldiers under the lertns of "The Soldiers' Land SBlllemcnt Acl." And "That Iho sakl sect ot "Mennonitos" he absolutely iiroliibited from enter- ing Ihe Dominion of Canada until an enquiry shall be instituted and the ciact status oi all is arrived at." j Alien Enemies Resolved that this provincial com- mand o! Itio 0. W. V. A. In Albcrla In convention assembled do earnestly petition the government of the I'rov- luce o( Altierln that they In common with the Federal government will cause the immediate appointment of AUTO TIRES OF ALL SIZES VULCANIZED Ily Ihe Fnmons Haywood System RE-TREADINQ 4 REPAIRING By experienced Workmen. All work guaranteed, Special Equip- ment for Him Gut Reralrs. R. D. RITCHIE 20B 13th St. 3. Opp. Ellison Mills _; down 'morning glories.1 Ten years ago there were a dozen minor league franchises, from to Charlie Bbbets made ___ ____._____ net 'one season wtlh the New- lo utilize bis championship as a purely acres at tjH? snyih end and 5Q.Oltt all buen carefully weighed in com- International League team. This buaihesa asset. The Ckvctan-Jer at.iht.. nmili enrl. all of which n-.Iticc HIH] were of a non-con ten tlou 3 Is only a sample of the big money cently made formal denial of a report l3 excellent fanning was re- nrhirn, Following arc (lie important he had retired would defentl PROVIDENCE BACK XBW YORK, Jan. Internft tlonal league at its meeting jester day catuHdered the roturn of Prurl- dence to thfe circuit. Providence prob ably Tvlll rephice Hamilton, Ont. that waa fo basaball among the small- er leagues. "I used to own tne Springfield Three-I League club and sold out ten years ago when I saw the handwrit- ing and realized tbat goll. automobiles anrt announced he title as soon .is hart conditioned Kilbane won tho of America from Abe AtteU at 122 pounds ringside, but it and country cluba wero htiltng minor nearly three years since he made leagye ball as a buaJneas. The weight for a title conteat. As a field business men who toaght the maUer fact had in most ot his bouts Insisted on hl-i opponents making 122 while lie filtered the ring at nrhiro, .Koked thai it he suggested to ihe Uo- Copied: minion government that Etcps he tak 'en to make llie available for re- Men Discharged i England franchise from ms lost J20jOOO before (hey gate ap the chosl." Palace Vulcanizing Works One Block Weat of Ls Hotel. RETREADING, BLOWOUTS, RIM CUTS. Prlc< LUl: MOO 31x4 HO.OD 32x4 3Jx4 J. A. RHchfe, county crown attorney of Carleton may be elevated t'n ihe county bench to succeed Judge McTavIsh. 4 4 FfVE PIN LEAGUE TONIGHT Tonight at 7.30 the Clerks aatJ Hsrald will claan in the five pin league, after which the City team and Domlniona take the turned sold UTS who desire to engagG Alien Enemy rjuestirm nJ Ihe alien enemy ur oinerwise who isarl cntrrcd on a honii1-, who having bis rfu'Ies fail-j (o apply for liln patent to avoid i military service was laXcti up. It was reas. many cx-membcrs cf I (Tr.nadlan Latirt Naval wcrtr] rllscharpcfl from the service In tfioi the rogula'i Eon R uf tho order-In- council governing the paymrntu nf gratuities, liils of rncn re- no iboreimflcr, anrl Hirman Also Poses. KilbanR M tho prtsent timi is n 130- nnnnd man, and it would be ImpossihJB for him to reduce (a 112 Yet therc'ls orery reason to bnllen- that he Intendi to pojc as.tlic feathprwcUlit champion box with Inferior for Ihe sake (it Ihe rt fnlialOil in tho Imuerlp-l tSnt nil such alien enemies. in 6; In any nthcr f-r neutrals rija' In IFSUC or to the that thp tary Scrvlcn Ac I'ctc Herman. v.orlJ'a lianlam cham-; altr In [rim 107 liion. IB another o( the olfcmlera In Thu otriclal figurcis o! clfht Ihe matter of wciahl. Herman won Iho stone Iwo poun'ls liave coma title from KM at iiS from KnglanO. ringsldp, but for the last two years Therefore, i! will be unnecessary fought nl to 122 pounds, lie in future for anyone to Insist Ilielr rlghls I. in lltifl lo C.nnafla do 3 of our allies, and under Ihe orrtcr-in.council, be retroactive SV'hereas many. ci-meinljer.T of lite Ulcrlal who served In lati'l nival forecs of the ANDY WILL FIX YOUR RADIATOR Ilight and advlso you regard- ing ita care. 418 Fifth StreetS. "W7TT E MTtenv J Wiildrd SERVICE STATION Attention, Motorists Your liallery needs very care- ful attention during Iho COM weather. Call Our Service Department nnd we will nenrl for your bat- tery and same during tno wlnlcr at reasonable ratcn at our uptotlata Uallery Station. -311 71M S. PflOrte 616 use and fin; now domiciled tu Cair la, do jjot by (lie said ordor- find Whereas imny foreign-born eitizen? Canada were called to serve In the 'forces of our alilcR of the Great War more than IW :m.rc'honorably dlBoharised for cause _. not make US itounrts, 710 matter Wilde never how hanl he trained, anil his failure In cjoiiiiitlaii. The fly-fefghl aro I10W In Canadi lo go atrosj tlie ivater and meet Wllilo diampion is liclit enmlgh as II order-ln wajnot to his credit. Pal Moore gained and the fact of him conceding Wfh'conni'll and No Doubt Your Car Needs Overhauling! WE CAN OIVE YOU SATISFACTION AND OUARANTEE ALL WORK Your car will be overhauled under the able of our chief eipert, Mr. Stoddart, formerly master mechanic of a capacity garage In Winnipeg of renown succefs, CHARGES MODERATE PALACE GARAGE T- H. RAVEN Manager SECOND AVENUE SOUTH-PHONE 1837 C. H. STODDART Master Mechanic all the honors. Herman ivlH lie torn to Iiantams am] feathers sUH polled to meet feme good man at 118J h a romarkfiUc fnnlnro of pugilism. R he cannot fto KO. "Jeff Smith, iho man who rarrled It is i time thrae mnariueradtra I Carpenller ovnr Iho faatCKt twenty ?i smoked out "10 men who ran rounds fie ever flays an j make the weights at whirh the miring of the Dayomic won should start a {-am pals n to scrapper. It would that Billy the overweighted terms, Pai Mciorc loid the" truth about many nuraing sc cd In thfi H. A. M, 0. -wnrfl honorahlv' for cause arn now domicil- ed t n C.'a n a ri fi. riiwl t] o not hen c-f i t ynOor itiFi Rairl ordcr-Sn-council, now fiifircfnipi he It Resolved (hat the provlncln] V. A. In aaflfvuiblccl do pp- and Kranfc Klaus were over- looked, litlon the Dominion Jloth of Ihr.-re boxers, who at one throush our Dominion command ...lime held Ihe middleweight line, Ottawa that they will lake Imstcilliui Jimmy Wilde's weight when lin said stopped the cofinlzance ol the tisllce of the award ithe union ncaleil 1U pounds In robe, round llmli. In the case of Smith, of war service Brnliilly to the I trunks and As llic-sc weighed llie t'rcnrhmati nvwl the verdict at, referred to In Iho forexolm jiara- probably seven pounds, tlie young-1 tni! of U'cniy rounds. ofaphs to the end that ti.l Just Arrived Chevrolet Worm Drive One Ton Truck BAALIM MOTOR Co. SACK Of UNION BANK THROW YOUR OLD TIRES AHn TUBES IN OUR RED CROSS DOX 1 ;