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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 21, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta SIX TUB LETHBR1DG1! DAILY HERALD 'BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McManus f BUT BETTER THAN BEIN'HOME THE. FUfcN The Sport Page Edmonton Sergeant and Sergt. AL Ross Likely To Clash Jan. 29th WirM were diipatcheJ night which at expected to bring Scryt. Al. Rosa, the local favorite of tht ring, and Sergt Bojgarot of Edmonton together In a ten round bout hen on Wfdnorfay, Jan. Dtflnrte word will be'Ve- today, and H the match upon tht fan. of Ltth- bridge and the have an array boxing match waiting for them next week which will prove _ a huiii-dinger. 1 A few days ago Boggard wired from' Edmonton thai he wanted to, meet Rote. The local boy .tele- from CaTgary 'yesterday that fie wa> willing. So last hljhf were to Inform them of, the time and weight, which will be I 165 at three o'clock, Sergt.-Boggard .has made a reputation for nimftejf u a acrap- '_ per during the war by v England. All that it it necessary to tell the' ahaut Him is that "he climbed to the final! tn the heavyweight dlvillon In the army boxing ttvrnaments m the Old Country tow defeated by his fellow SjfgL Ralph, about whom the London iporting had to yjtfy compllinen tary thlnga to aay. The other night Boggard boxing with.Kid Carson made a great -altin on the Edmonton fans, who seen ROM In action, and 'they are aatlitJeo' that the capital confidently expect .Boggard to bring home the bacon. 1 'At-any rate it Ik algnlficant that ROM has stipulated that Boggard .must make weight, 165 pounds, at 'Ihnee o'clock. THE HOLY ROLLERS ANNUAL TOLEDO, O., Jan. there-will he more than 700 Jn the annual convention. ol the American Bowling Con-. gress to be hell here in March tie assurance given 4y A.- LAngle-y, secretary, .at a" raeetlng held here, Entries cfoie on Feb 20, the secretary announced. a lace Vulcanizing One Block West ot Lelbbridge RETREADING, BLOWOUTS, RIM CUTS. Retreading Price List: MM f l 33x4 Plan Put Forth for Internation- al, A. A. and Coast Leagues To Play Off CHICAGO, Jan, post-sta- scn Inter-league championship xer. ies, second only to the let, li favored by Thomas'0. Hick-' ey, president of the American Ac-ay out of tHe difficulty. That- there will be gome change in the schedule'is certain. It la not like- ly tilst the'schedule will be reduced, so far.. 33 too number of games goes and divided .into; two sections with Canadiens now" practically certain to win (lie first half. LEONARD VS DUNDEE NEWAHK, K. J., Jan. Leonard, the lightweight champion, and Johnny Dundee meet hero tonight at the-flrst regimental en 8-rband, no-decision bout They -will tight at catchwelghts. It will be the fifth meeting between the boxers, the last contest taking placa_at Philadel- phia on Noy, 15, 1910. ONE MATCH POSTPONED The Herald and the Out- lawn, game In the Five Pin League, has been postponed till Wednesday evening. No Doabt Your Car Needs Overhauling! WE CAN GIVE YOU SATISFACTION AND GUARANTEE AH. WORK Your car will ho overhauled under tho able Brfpervlslon ol our tolef expert, Mr Htoddaft, formerly master mechanic of a 300 car tapacity garage In Winnipeg of renown.success. CHARGES MODERATE PALACE GARAGE AVENUE SbUTH-PHOflE. V C, H, STOCDAFrr Master Mechanic NOT KEEN FOR COIN JK3 WJH.ird has turn- ed down the record -breaking purse of for hlj sbaro for a t'0-lounrl fight with Jack Tjempsey 'or the chain. plonshlp of tho world. forlorich, New Orleans promoter, put this hid on the wire to Harry Tammen.ol who, he flgifred, couIJ get a reply from tho champion, Here Is reply' as wired lo Tamnien: "ficcciicd your wire. on my return to lowrence todny. IMn't care to consider propujidon of -boxing at Ihln time. Might pass through ftenver In near future and will ace you then." Tortorlch'B ol'fci1 is n flat guarantee for Willard'aserTlce.alone. DempBoy's end in to be taken care- of independ- ently, "What's the ute or excuse for n champion who will not Tor- toricli commented. "Thnt'a why t am going to bill Ihe coming Mlskc-Dempsey fight as for Ihe active heavyweight championship of Iho NBWAIlK, N. 39 Bonny Leonard, lightweight f, champion, had no difficulty in onl-pojnllng Johnny Dundee. 't of New YOrk, In an S-round ft bout at the armory here lo- r pounds and ljundci) 13J. are many yet no'tin- mediate hope ot correcting theni. But the hearlUy ve put the price up than that price, or'ons slighlly less, be contin- ued for the 1919 Canadian crop, and there Is -much, argument lo support this demand. The conditions existed tn Ihe wheat Irade In 1817-15 would probably have to it very much hlghc at which It was fixed. The turning loose of Ihe accumulated supplies, which, were unavailable during Ihe war, may cause prices lo slump much below the high level ot prices of .oth- er commodities. Surely if il .was Just to arbitrarily hold the price ot wheat down when abnormal conditions forcing it up, it would seem ]U3t lo ar- bitrarily hold it up, when nbnorma! conditions will be. forcing it down. Canada fixed the price of her wheat to correspond with that.ttted by the V. S. and the U. S. fixed price will continue on lo cover tho 191SI crop. Olher prices, such as freight and pass- enger rates, are filed and have re- cently been much raised. The ex- press companies are clamorinff for the privilege of higher tiled prices, a'nfl we can hardly hope that the gov- ernment will withstand them. The price of iabor is much higher lhan for- merly.and Mr. Gompers is reported as saying in a recent speech 4o a groat ily reached. Hut Judging the future by tho past, we' can not hope for that hind ot nn election. On the conlrary we may reasonably ospect nn at- tempt to hide the reuJ issues under tho camouflage, of eh'appeal lo roll- race, 'dasa and national pas- sions, prejudices and halo. If we re- spond to this appeal we are lost. Hopa ot future, safety rests on the right of. great economic nnd social principles. It ive aro to be a real force-in recording the world from wrong government, wo must re- fuse to respond to'any appc-al to pre- judice or passion] free our minds from all partisan blls; deckled all questions On Saturday, February :1, the Ro tary Club will put on a campaign for Iho one day only raiso 11000 prom- ised by Hie rlub oa' behalf ot the city of Lotlxbridge lu aid of th" tfrtot edu- cational conference io he held In Winnipeg nest September, on, behalf of.which B. Pldseon a couylo of weeks ago. The members of the club decided at'today's lun- cheon ihivt one day .would tw. suffi- cient- ttQic for a whlrltt'iu'i campaifiu for .such u purpose as have re- ceived, encouragement In many, quar- ters lo date. The cily has been di- vided into four districts and (our cap- lahis appointed to head tho teams ot Itotartans for tho canvaeB. Tho cap- tains arc H. U. Davidson. A, 0. Ihn. Joe and Hugh Crawford, in Iho meantime an educalionarcam- palgii will be carried out to further acquaint Iho cltltens wllh (he objects of Iho conference. i ITALIAN CABINET ItOMK. Jan. official nott says (hat King Victor has designated Signer Kacta, former minister ot II- nance, lo ue mlniBtcr of justice; Sig- nor Stringher, to of the treasury; Gen. .Cnvlglia, as minister of war; Gen. Giraldi, to ho minister of pensions; Slgnor RIccio, former minister of posts and telegraphs, (o he'minister of agriculture, nnd Signor de Xavak. a member of tho Kosolll ministry, to be minister of trans- ports. There has been created a port, ot vice-premier during Ihe absence ot from the standpoint of Riving tbe! Premier Orlando. Slgnor -VlHIa has greateAt'good lo'tlie greatest number, j UDen designated for this place. A rtln- and discover some, way to make the 1 Ol reconstruction lias been crc- labor gathering: "----We are in great- er danger now lhan at any lime, dur- full weight Ot'our democratic citizen- ship, thus iu political contests. Our Organization During the last (en years, the Can- adian farmers'.. organizations have made remarkable, It not unprecedent- ed in the development of ;v.'c have done is only a demonstration of what can be done, by intelligent organizations. By the Bame and persistent development' organization.wo inay hope to even- ing lha war-.-.hy all means let us strive to" hbld wages at their present vel." Very few people nphe the claim that the price of labor Is too high, but ibe maintenance of the present level Is'sure to he met by. the manu- with a demand for-hisher prices, filed by a ralso The basic this country 13 fljpricuJture'and'.noi industrialism. volumes, of..- chatter about institutions, hut national Institution'that is paramouut in Canada, is our ated. Signor Fradelato, the. fonnor minister of public bo chief. Bey. 3. U Sloal, paslor of Egllnton H.iptisl church, Toronto, has received a unanimous call to the'First Baptist church, Niagara Falls, and is consid- i erlns it. don prices and protect those of other interests, especially In viewrol the fact. that the returned sol- diers1 are lo be lured to the farm by i "Interesting series ot booklets." The 'Other Side But there are sopie very strong rea- sons lyhy the farraers should not ash for a filed price on wheat', "in- the first plana ihn ,5c6iier nil prices a'd- jttst (hemseivcs on the haals of'aup- ply and demand, .without discrimina- tion for or against any Industry, the better It n'ill he for oil legitimate in- dustries, and no Canadian Industry- Is more legitimate than agriculture, And then it is not Impossible th partisan politics will figure largely Canadian recodstructlon. Already Icontlniioui; can hinder tualty accomplish nil, eve_n a redeem- ed world, but" the course' of our pro-- lies-'upwa'rds over tho open and 1 rising ground, the -crest of which'! tho armed fo'rv-e of culocrar.y been dtligenlJy' entr'e'ncliing itself for j years. To continue our 'progress M-e will need sanityv we-possess. This Is" HO "time -for 'radical Impracti- cal enterprises, no; lime lo. listen lo .unthinking advisers. The work- before iis involves problems, -Uie solution of whl oh wil 1 require belter thought than people have ever given'lo them. "successful con- h tinuation of. work .'will continuous, efforts o_f us all.1 It will require pest leadership arcong'.us and a conilniiuus effort to. develop -better l.o'select Iho best. Our organization, is no place 7 for time servprs-or place for fads or fadlsts; no place for the confuslonist or the trouble maker. mu'st have sincere men and wo- men who belleye ?in the organization and ,are vfjjfn'g' t? give (heir hest thought'and Veirofts'.to it, and believe In. right "for sake and, .hate Heal progress, only ns the result of thoughlfnlv continuous, co- atfonerative effort.1. In i necessarily.-. lo.w .but it must be there.is a rumor that the government Is co-operating with Canadian manu- facturers to secure huge contracts for war wasted- fleigium and-France. Thepe nations will have to ho-financ- ed for such purchases, and IhU finan- cing may maVe such a'heavy on Canadian finances thai the depressing effect on prices will injurp Ihc price of farm products more than a fixed price on wheat .will benefit. Ana we would be met with the accusation :hit we had taken graft In the form j of a'liigh fixed wheat price partlceps criminis. Efforts'would be Made to pit labor, against us. ns the1 authors ot the high cbsl of living. Be- i ___v___ every all this mdat of Canada's 'wheat soldier who is brave enough io tacltloi'3 exportable and will have to be sold! an Alberta farm, and we will be worMVmarkel, the I amou Hayiffioa gystsm RETREADING t. REPAIRING By experienced Wprkmeh. All work guaranteed. Special meat for Rim Cut Repairs. 208 13lh more mistakes of thought- less impatience.- 1 have seen no.bci-j tor-statement of the law ot progress lhan tho .''Incessant andl minute is. one ot the condl-l tlons bf life, ''but- sre'at and sudden change is at' all is incliiiont deatlr." ment Is gotne to givo him lo start with, but it ia whether 'or not ho ca'li raako a business FUCCCSF. It ivlll bo a Ion? hard silent light, with many chances against him. great deicrmin- rvtlon, backed by a close cooperation oi brain and muscle, anil alrn r.n or- Kanlzed wllh Ilia, fellow farmers, offers the only nope, and it v.-lll he a fighting chance. Fixing Pricei The ending of the war was the occa- sion for tho beginning of much specu- lation 33 !o the future price of wheit. The first price fixing on wheat fn Ihe U. S, or Canada was done In'july. (derived. The Canadian farmers during Ihe last four yearn have itfade a ,record that they can defend before any h6n- mi, wJicn the Canadian. IkrtiKl ot Uraln Supervisors fixed a maximum price of hoshel on. Canadian wheat, On Ihe day this price was wheat was and1 rising rap- iJly. In September n of (til was fixed. Tlie primary tbfect n fixlnr i. price on wheat .wan two- (old, to hold down ihc price tn the connumcr, and 'to stop gambling ind spccnlntlon, (hereby giving 'the pro- ducer the fullest possible benefit of tiiat price. H should bo fully under- ttens that It was not to :the price but to keep (t down to a reasdn- r.ble level and sltll not discourage pro- (lur.lion. The price' was' raised three cchls In 1318 hut tho Hied prlcfl ox- Mres noxl fall crop begins to more. Thcro ilemaM' ttll csl, Intelligent tribunal, and .this cord must bo maintained lo tho end. The grcalcal Ihing tho farmers can hope to bring out ol liie confusion, caused by the war, Is economic, jua- ties, and to accomplish this we will need ail the ctrcnglh wo have, -anil ,wo -'must go Into Iho fight unafraid and with clean hands. The War Elections Act The wor Is over bul (he war llmea election act Is'stHI on the statute book. If there over was any Justlllca- Don for.ihiB law, thai Justification no longer exists, and Us repeal should be The flrat act of tho noil parlia- ment It (hero arc men or women In Canada who kre unworlhy of the fmn-- chise, by all means they should he dis- franchised, bul every day the present law xlands, It In an open, nectllejs In- anlt lo .thousands of aa good -women as Ihero are In Iho world. Political Situation aro uncertain times ami noth- ing is more uncertain, thin tho poll, tlcal undercurrents. wo will an election, or what tho.lsiucs involved will be, perhaps no known. It tho lisiies should lie dll- of opinion on great princi- honestly expressed and hifrlf discussed, our declilou'couU ttA'- EASTERN HATS e" CAPS LAD Experiment: We Know How ANDY The Radiator Man 418 Fifth Street S, SERVICE STATlplf Attention, Motorists Your, baltcry'needs Tery ful attention durlnj the CAM' weather, CaD Onr Service Department ami fiend for tery and store same durjnj winter at rensonabb-ralea it our llatlery SII7th 9: Phoni IK Just Arrives? Chevrolet Worm Drive Ton Truck BAALIM MOTOR Co BACK OF UNION BANK THROW YOUfl OLD TIRES AND TUBES OUfl RED ;