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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 17, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PARE SIX niE LKTMHUIDGF. DAILY riUDAY, JAXl'ARY 17, 1910 "BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McManus E The Sport ,-Close Games in Five Pin League Sloan High Man For the Evening Sergt. Boggard of Edmonton Is After Battle With Al. Ross Here; Did Some Scrapping in England More close games featured ihe Fite Pin League fixtures at the Dominion alleys last night when the Dominions toofc two out of three from the City Bearcats and the Clerks did likewise to the Herald quintet la the first series the Herald copped the last game the City Bearcats won the first one in their series. For the Dominions, Oscar was the big noise with two 61 games, piling up 151 for high total, -while nis 61 ivas high single. .In the. HeraldXXerfcs clash, Rosa Sloan hati them eating out at his hand. He" tore off 67 for an opener, came bade with 70 and Snishad with AS lor a toUVot IS 5- Evans oi the Herald piled.up VH.being Best high, total. Following are the detailed scores of- the games: City Bearcats vs. Dominions. CITY BEARCATS 1st ?nd 3rd Tot. Dennis 37 52 Wigley GO 50 Rcber......... 23 13 Cl Wallte........ 32 31 94 Derncott 37 45 totals John stone Kennedy Oscar Gunn Kowan Totals 199 DOMINIONS 1st 47 ZZ i. 43 30 107 171 551 31 37 Gl Ti 41 SERGT BOGGARD The boxing bout scheduled to tsk; place in Calgary on Wednes- day evening bit-ween Tait and Mulhall had to be postponed ow- ing to orders from ihe health de- partment that theatre must not be kept open after 11 o'clock. It is likely the bout will take pUce next Wednesday night. Incidentally it Is interesting to the prices charged Tor for the bout. Ruch seals are 51.50, while better seats in thx auditor- ium of the theatre are and Ringside seats bring if you please. This may convince Lethbridge fans that the prices charged here have been able. for a real ringside seat-was the top of the.scale, and the bouts were never less than 10 To EEC a. Ross-Harrison match for that, price and then think of thi Calgary prices'for s, six-round go is refreshing. _ Just whether Sergt. Al. Ross will perform hers next Friday night.Isn't icltled yet. It appears that Kid Carson of Edmonton, isn't ready to go ahead at that date, but it is possible another (that the navigation season was of but jltttic more than seven months' dura- [lion, and that al ijo lime wore -water levels favorable lor a maximum move- ment. j Iron ore made up Ihe biggest part j of (he tratttc IiandteJ. gross Ions being transported. Tbe grain movement totalled bushels, 1 ft? .712.S91 of which was wheat. A new record lu ore cnr- rylns for one month was made in Oo- ('From Own CYprrt-ronJenO COALDALK, Jan. greater t.....o __ _ _............. part of rhe feiull.'es in the C. P. H j lober when ihe fleet carried orial service wouW be al ibe meeting house p.m, on Sunday following. There was n short outdoor senate CAUiAUV, Jau. Wood. of United of Alberta, lu lho course of au futtrvlcw stated his views in connection, with ihe political ysiilrallgiis farmers, ;i subject which il is expected will ba considerably discussed al tho forth- coming convention al Edmonton. 'Our country is.democnUk in lie remarked, "but it is absolutely rralie in government. The ttuauctat institutions ot the trountry really autocratic and all political parties aro autocratically organized. Our eltorta arc lu discover some method of elim- inating ibis autocratic party rule and discovering purely democratic method of taking iiolillcal notion. "lii order to matte that organisation LI democratic cmo it has got to beg'11 right dowti at iho boUom. Tho only method 1 can tuggest in carrying that out through lho U.K.A. la lo our members to call a convention hi their own districts and for lho people stives lo get together and discuss ways ami means of taking polllkal action themselves in their districts." ness. CanlsUm wants a live paper and v our war editor will receive hearty si the home of Mr. C. O. Jarnian j EUpporl if he will get busy