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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 17, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PACJR HfE DAtLT SATUIIDAY, JANUARY '.'BRINGING UP FATHER" Bv G. Me Menus Bx coi.uv: i THAT BROTHER I'D A WONDER- A NA.N INTO A JEWELRY VTCRE AN' VAJZ RUNNIN' AWAiX A LOT Of HGLOIN' THE them, said tho speaker, to Etep in to brldgo tlio gulf and bring about an amicafolo settlement. Tho two old parties seem to havb fail- ed, be declared, so it is tho duly of tho organized farmers to wield their Influence to slay this general and growing-unrest, Tlia government at Ottawa wss cen- sured by tho speaker. He slated that Ottawa appeared not lo be doing much. Their policies were not ad- vancing with the iluics. Petition af- ter petition have gone to the govern- ment In tho past from tho farmers and they have gone unheeded. "We want arid deservo more representation in the legislative halls. Only IS onc- lonth per cent of the, representatives are- drawn from the agricultural ele- ment. Labor has n fraction of onn per cent., and the remainder come Eddie Berger Joe Flenstetn CITY TAXI SERVICE DAY AND NIGHT Country Trips a .Specialty Phons 1356, Office 409 3rd Ave. S., Lcthbrldoc, Ride In a McLaughlln It costs no more. VAl'VIJOUC llliw Ul Ullu fcwt- Ul. f f T a spiel of itngo modeled ntler that of I from Ihc business and professional In- a travelling enlcsmrji. So convincingly; tcreats." This was unfair repreeenta- did the clerk describe his wares that the minor league ball player decided to give him close t of considerably more speed Shan the Csrdsicn (juiutettc, and tlm cJose score 'Will be a good tonic. The junior "go" a wild affair. Tiic lads mixed right; no pussy-foot- ing there. Not on yonr life! Carda inn look" thia event.' ''Hie score was 17-19. jr.r.' The first teams lined up as fol- lows: '1 Carlson, Rasmus- sen. liynian and Long. Mcldrum, Slev- cnf. Walker, Fairbanks. Ynnng. ot refereed. vo1 doing spoko up customer, recognising' in his. attend- ant HeJnlo Groti, captain and star "Oh, I just can't be idle and took .his job to my min.i occupied luring Iho off declared Groh. Groh has developed into Juat as efficient a clerk as a third baseman. Ho has a vast acquaintance in Rhine- and incidentally Las built CURLING of Canada, defeated Billy Wheelan of St. Paul, in (wo terrific round? here tonight Wheelan [ost most of his front teeth in the opening round and bis seconds threw up the sponge at the beginning of the third round. i He should be quite a card at the age j of 40 years. Hockey Results He lilt .353 In H'17. .383 In 1P18, and .354 In 1919. In the threo years prior Vancouver 2, Victoria 1 VICTORIA. IS.C.. Jan. T defeated Victoria here tonight by to that his average varied only Ihrce 2 10 1 In a fine game of hockey. AI- polnls. Ho hit .3S9 In 1914, .370 in though Vancouver won they were by no means tho best loam ns Victoria Wleiiono looks over CobVs Aura I.ee IT, Untverf-lty of Toronto 2. and .371 In 1816. Cobl.'s 1513 stolcn-b'aso record, however, the luu- tlficatlon of Jennings' remark may bo recognized. Cobb slolo only 2S RULE DOCTORS GET DUSY Wanderers 3, Eskimos 2 CAMJ'AIIY. Jan. outplay- Trick Pitching Dels Make Touchdown Count Kicker. NBVV YOKK. Jan. kinds ol wild suggestions came with the post- mortem of season sporls, When baseball died some inspired with the well-known desire lo e'evate the "pram! old national pastime" in- HiatttI Ibat trick pltclilng bo abolish- ed. Hardly liad Ihc nir been let nut of tlio last, football the good an- gels of tho gridiron saw a caance tlio "sood old coll'.-gc the basnTnriii hf tbo plon Cincinnati Reds. chanl- tlon and not at all in accord with democratic principles. He said the Ddldlers shouM bo represented, also Ihe women, who were gallantly de- scribed as "the best half of our pop- ulation." Mr. Jeiliff staled'Ihal ho'was not a He had 'never run (or a political office and never Intended to. j He wanted it understood that He was j not Ulklrij pollllcsft He was only ex- plaining 'a .plalformrihe farmer's plat- fonii, an instrument which had come out of tho hearts of farmers of Can- ada. It was not a platform devised for pollllcal purposes, said Mr. Jel- lift, nor lo servo tho ends of politic- How Is Your APPETITE? you need a stimulant. If you do you should take exer- bowling Is the teat exorcise you can have lor tho apjietite. Try It. Dominion Bowling Alleys Basement, Dominion Bldfl. Entrance on Sixth Street. up quite a trade for lila oroployer. lie'fans, sells shirts, collars and otlior gar-! In conclusion he answered In Tlg- ments tlie samo as Iho other clerka orous language Iho charge of Incapa- bases last season hi, lowest number wiSm'S n Icco IMC, when he played regularly only part of the season. want a touchiown from j football to count more lhan rst period of last night's His from a fumble, an in It the honspiel were only coining up on tlie new week tho curlera cer- tainly would lie dee-lighted wllh sun dot's and sundry other Bigns of cold weather. All sheets were busy last night for tlio first tlm'o lor a week. Tonight's two draws arc scheduled: Mnrrs vs. RkoHli. I'ox vs. Iteid. Aird vs. McKcTizie. Peat vs. Macleoil. Taylor vs. Stewart. Duff vs. Kirkham. Scott vs. .liilmsun. Nelson vs. W. Crawford. Monday's Draws Skeitli vs. Hlicplierd. Itciil va. Miirra, llamillon vs. Fox. Davidson vs. Nelson. Taylor V3. .McNalib. Skeilli vs. Ildil. McKcnzie Carhcrry. Huff vs. Kirkhara vs l.lvle, Thin conipleli'3 all games in tho Hrowcry tho playing of Itea and on Saturday night ho receives hla pay envelope the same. Helno recent- ly sold 14 expensive silk shirts in one day, which IK going some in tlm haberdashery business these days witli prices soaring with the move- ment of lumhiis Club at the Arcinn uisM. for the first two periods it was only lino. Insl'jri'l of going over the goal line jinrl a smaller number of pciiuls he iraM ground tho plgakin on Ihc Inlf-inrli linn and have it scored 113 runs and in 1917 hh car'-ja exhiblllnn. but In the third ovor 107. In ISIS ho look part the lnen opened a burrit of In only 131 garner and scored J3 runs, seaaoa in games he scored 02 runs. Cobb plllt looks so young and has lost so Htlle of grace and clash that few fans realize lhat he Is Ihc oldest player in point of pr-rvlco In speed and it was a cyclone finish. FINAL HEARING IN RACE ENQUIRY, JAN. 30 OTTAWA, Jan. Canadian Arrangements have been up'1 by straight foot- ball for more points on llir? next day. BROKE EVEN IN TENNIS fiYD.NHV. vs.w.. Jan. and Australia broke even hero loday in the first mid of tho Davis Cup for the world's team Thou is a for tennis chainplonshlp. Oerald Pat- (nbiilalerl zunp system ol scoring: [r.raon, Australia, defeated Ilia Eng- poala fr'im the field. A goal from omionr'iii. i.bc. veteran A. II. itin EiO-ynrd line wouiit ciiunl moro ixiwc. three ot" four sets, by lhan one over trom iD-yanl nl r, J, 2.6 and C-2 In Iho linn tmd so un. That would require singles match, Uoiit.-Ool. A. of bookkeepers and stuff of won from Iho youthful Ails- ecu f-riginorrs lo ralrulri'r' flown to n fr.nc- In slrnlght seis of 4he American League. Of Hie moil mndo by Dr. .1. U. Ilnlhcrforrt lo hold from Just what MI! of Uio terra ,7..! C-2 6-4 in active service in Hie major leagues j final hearing In ;he racing Inquiry (be ball w.is Play'wiil'conllntie on Saturday and Several big loams lost cumes last. Monday wllh Iho singles and one in in NIC majnr leagues illfj Him) Hearing in inu iH'iuiiy In the fall of 1905. when f'obb "broke In the rooms of (hi railway cominls-1 In" with tho Tigers, only two are' loft, 1 and they arc now in the N'altonal' I I These two are Hal Chase, now wilh Ihe Olanls, and Amos, Iheu .1 slon nl Ollawn on January 30. II Is j season hy (he failure lo kirk n goal l that the RocJal Hen'lce Coun- cil and Iho Canadian Racing Assocl.i- both be rnprcaented aa well us any other Interested parties. from touchdown. Now they want lhat play abolished on the claim lhat It gives an unfair advantage lo a '.riffl with a Mckcr, lonlilo match io bo decided. A ilaltimore woman left a will pro- vfillns ?10 ;i inoiiih for the board anil keep of lior pet clog. TOBACCO SERIES No. HI JUw Vtrftlntan Leaf sorted into Aradet prior to fate by auction, Great are Is used ensure proper Ititepends the fiood quality oi the manufacturea product, Quality In Ihe leaf meant, quality in Ihe plat MACDONALD TOBACCO Smoking and Chewing Electric Welding CAR REPAIRiNa Lawford Welding Co. 2nd Opp. Lethbrldga Hotel Phone 1544 Have Installed a Full Equip, rncnt for Repairing AUTOMOBILE RADIATORS fan handle all makes of cers. Expert Hot Air Furnaco Work. FREEL ELLIOTT Sheet Mstjl 336 6th St. South Phone 17TJ Vimy Auto Repair Shop Adams Block 13th Street H. GENERAL REPAIRS FOR ALL MAKES OF CARS, By Experienced PORO SERVICE TIRES ALL WORK IS GUARANTEED 0. F, WILSON, TULUOCH AGENCY STORAGE JQ-B 1 ;