Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 22, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta
iiltS LimumilHiK OAUn uc-nm.'., _. 1Q10 'BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. Me Mantis 1 yiERE to i vog 11 yjooio Richer Given Benefit of the And is Discharged relimlnary hearing the shells 'seem- Const. .Richjer A. P.P. force was acquitted by His. Honor Judge Ltlhbrldse on Friday flight, next, but up to date he cannot ott ar- rangements completed with "Kid" Carson to fioht and may hive to gtt Jack Ross, another Alberta "It stems as though the boxln'a boosters and participants in this province are just aching to get the 'thins going, and the only thing that Is barring them.now Is the fouiWnd bouts In Calgary. If tfie'focals'c'bufd get the'sanction of the chief of and the coun- cil to jo from 10 to 15 round! the grand old aame would boom once 'more" Ii Definite Announcement Ex- pected in Pink of CondJtktt. Lcial waiting to rom t ference to and date offered for a match with here on Jan. 29 He waa -Irid at Edmon- ton, but from a appearing In the Alberun .port pafle Juesday, Boggard on his to Leth to line of the match H may be he will arrive today, IP which caae there w no doubt that tans of the south will see their first of the s expected >a tight In The Barbers shaved the tail of tue Italian Firm Will Make Attempt to Win Honors in 500-Mile Aulo.Derby _____' INDIANAPOLIS. InK. Jan. will signalize its comeback in Amer- ican'racing by making Its, first-con- certed attempt to win the -Indianapo- lis 500-mile race. That the revival of the Indianapolis Speedway's classic with-trie running ot the, Liberty Sweepstakes Hay 31. means the. re- birth of auto racing is shown by the i Flat'attitude. The Turin factory has siviEed F. Bradley in Palls, Eu- ropean representative of Ihe. Indian- apolis track, that Hair's colors will ie represented by a trio .of. its fast cars, it present 'plans hold good. art of B was acqumeu u; Jackson on-Tuesday afternoon afler a two day trial en a charge of having robbed Anjelp-Avian on the moraine of Dec. 13. i in his address a I the conclusion of the trial His Honor.declafed thai fan- tastic stories'.had been told on boln i sides that there twas much mystery I surrounding the actions of both the accused aad complainant on the night in there were so jriahy dlstrep'aricies; doubts raised lett him .in the'position of having to give the accuM-d benefit, and an acquittal would the find inc" L remnary earng e s ed, to be. the same as he. had put in he clip tor Richler. On the night o! Dec. 13 iritneas was In.Coutts with nsp. Mundy. He hid seen Richier's un In the drawer in the room at (he otel before he left. Witness said ivhen nichier left Ed he had eipense money an _____, a TOW since tbejthlrd started bandry, anchor 11 i------. ,'The most illuminating part of Brad- ley's message Tras that Louis Wag- ner will likely learn, with Jack Scak5 "as a Fiat driver. .TMs will fce the J. -R.- Paimer.for ihe accused hac asked in the event of an acquittal, thi constable, because of his position am future career, should be given a cleat bill'of to said its Honor, "theVbest I can say fo lim is. 'he' is not guilty.'" i 'Tuesday Afternoon Stision casa for'ihe'prose ration, clpsei irrioon-bh Tuesday. in .opening :.lh jase fof'the'defense lit. Palmer rea a Statement 'from of th A.P.P. Elating-that Richie r stable on the force, that he had. Join- ed.on iSlS.-thatihe had very bue man for the Barbers was high single and total with and 13Z. the Herald and the Outlaws will bowl at 7 SO and a great match eipected. Last nfcnt'a scores: it 2nd 3rd Tot as derbilt'vdth a Darraco.. and 'the, grand prize'in 190S, driving .n. Fiat. t will also be the first'time that ho Colemin Mills MulvahiU Hopper Landry Totals Dennis IHeber Derricott _ Totals 41 35 31 50 i 3 iaa raced for fans, the wo previous Victories '-being scored on the Long-Island .and Savannah courses, -197 156 City Bearcats 24 36 '.28 45 167 3rd ToL appearance ot'-.Uie: famons in -.iii "America's blue- ribbon the. 1905. Van d houe. Ihe Iter tiio trouble accused ha 'Const Slaley ot the A.P.P. iieit witness, said (hat on the morn ng of Friday, Dec. 13, at the city po Jca station he had examined the gun n ij'uestioa. It did not look aOt i lad been recently fired, and It did no smell ot' powder, but It was dirty. Cross-eiammedt witness said hi didn't know nicBler before Dec. 13. Dele elite McGee gave evidence a to the gun. which he believed to bt long to-Iusp. FUher, A.P.P., Ed men ton division. -J.. Ja'fvls, night clerk at the bridge hotel, said ho accused o the night 61 the IHh, but nellber on night- of 12th T bis closed Wom- an's Institute'are holding n meeting at the, home of Mrs..C. S. Noble on Thursday, at 3 o'clock. All nembers are urged to be present for ha election of officers c.nd (he selec- .1611 of a delegate'tor the animal con- vention In March..' ng- the for the defense. .Chief." Hardy was called by Mr. eood -i tu :Lhe. eoo 7 p and that, his record with the A.P.P. was good and thMrSupt. Bryan had all y ehosea h! or the particular work ho bad been sen! j. TTm ftf (neBt .e. ar Conjbeare to clear up the mystery of the disappearance of the cartridge clip.' -He didn't know the. .clip: -was not in. the gun -till went to liand the .eihibiu to the ciert ot the Dis Th the ITS' bees worBsg on rmdlat in Ijethbridge for 6 months. THE REUABLE RADIATOR REPAIR SHOP 'Georje Prop Rear "0" The Tailor, 5th St. S. Palace Vulcaaizing ENGLISH.TO DISCUSS ROWING Secretary Council Calls Mertlng to Talk Over Plans LOVIXXs The honorable secre- cy ot the Thame- inateur Rowing council, which includes representa- Ives of all the leading rowing clubs and regattas on the Thames, has called a meeting early .in the new year to discuss the question ot row ng aol for the coming sea is eipected that the stewards o ihe Henley royai regatta will make an early move with an announcement as to the future of that historical event that the iray may be I eft.-clear, fo Rie arrangement of an attractive pro- gram of regattas for neit summer. Started his time that UIB Fiats" have EtSfted-tof Indianapo- lis. When the 1917 race was announced the Turin factory; entered its ctu-s'and jtarteiJ.'-thenrtor ica. [-ViTien this'couptry went to war the speedway ownership, decided that it would bo to run its an- nual'speeii "classic off.tlie event. 1'. The.' Tnrin factory was cabled 'of the cancellation and was.able.to lo cale the racers before'they were plap ed on-board ship'for the voyage across he 'Atlantic-. Since' that time, the cars have been covered :with tarpaulli and standing in the Fiat's racing plan for the day when pence would b Irict Court: c our: The accused -ft-as trot put in the bos for "the defeaie, but the crown sub mitted his" evidence on the prellmln me s ev ary of Ih e, case for. the pro- Becntion. John JollicmicKVwho'iives. shack at pie Federal the irst sai-- Avtaji on the morhins.of Av- an cainei about three )'cloct- Wifnesi lit went .The Ital- ah .up to .Avian told'him some man shot 'and. took liis money. I ater said Avian. h told him tiro tola mm iwo nieii morning Avian told twd 'other men; in Uiat be had been shot at and.robbed'by two men. Other. wi'e witness1 storyXas practically the saine' Avian. -to- tlie Hpra -Jlail-i Consul of'Salinas the Tehauntepec Railway In In town las) night to UiflP.ver the .consulate here Gprisul ;A. .B. jfko in turn goes t6 Prince i Kupttt. Three of who presided ;office. Binco its as a consulfle 1908 have-been" transferred from. .the land' of: niiied" polities', and unmiied hot wealier.'io.the; "Mr. BowpiaV, whq'relloyed i.-CoJ; came -h'ci.e'ltrom- Laredo, Mexico. .Consul" Alger was iransterr- ed fforifMazatlarutb.Fernle, and alter a Ip.ast.for ..relief and'died at KisTione inthe earthqualto of Baji.'.emfili'a feW'days after ieiice iiltWViaBl.c.llmates, having Wen; in ffie In. th'a -P.hilipcan.Tsfiind? before, enterinK consular. .aerrSaj.1 s GUI, Who Won Military Mtdal Returns Overseas (From Our Own CorrAjpondenl) C'HA'XIIHOK. ha. 20.-The ot lUi! Klscol board was held on Tuo-.ftiy. w'WJ j tusiness done.. Mr. n. Uie old secretary-treasurer. :Tiie vi.w board.Is one of tto most efficient-that over served here aud a good year is eipect- ed. DuYiug the week Champion vis- ited by one of ye old time wind storms, but on'Suoday, by way ot apology, i were.treated wiln one of the brightest days that even southern Alberla can uroduce. _ Who saw'tho goi'teis era Shnilay. Al least 3 were and is re- Mrled loMnvo drowned in one ot tno water puddles that come from the re- cent snov, eleven o'clock on 'the same' night there was a iprln- kle ot rain', to'complete Ithc show. Gophers, ralu-and "water "jiuddlea on Uie 19Ui of January. .On the 17th, Pte. H. Gill, who has been overseas for three years, returned lidtoe. Mr. Gillwas mot at tho Elation by the members of iha Woodmen's lodge aod by" many other lot hln old friends.. He is looking well and expresses his pleasure at belns homo again after so long" in absence. .Mr.-Gill is ihe only local soldier to be decorated, being the proud posses- sor ot th'o.Military ox- peeled to rep'ort at ttie Edmonton Mili- tary.Hospital at the end of' for further medical treatment. One day last week'. ChMinipn was wltl'i, three.pryivlncial pa-' [lice.' We don't knoV their iiar- llcular'business In town .was, [do know on .what, kind of .hXisIiiess they should hero not In uniform eilher.- The the Liboral con- i venllon in Calgary list week all re- port a good time, and a gathering thal- urs well1 for the' future political. life ot ihc- country. t 'L '.'The U.'K. A. convention held this week'promises-, to Jbe an Important local I representative N. Beauljler. ,Tho R-v. Mr. Alluni visiting ills son.' Ui_e local: decupled the pulpit at the church, as'- leaves' (or Thursday ot'ilit's week. nnro He" the he" .Avian (From Our CARD3TON, Jan. Sunday public church services were held at ;h6 tabernacle of the S. church the first time since the 2Clh Prince a week' to lieve the.cbniul.al lliat place.-. i'n' 'ail. ne; marks were made; by Major ,H. _H; and Cardslqn. and >fr Bishop Edward come and Indianapolis resume its rai ig. Wagner Replaces Fagnano -replaces, the late Antonio Fagnano on the Flat teanvas Ihe lat- ter died last fall after a short illness. Jack Scales is .an'. Englishman who bas been a Fiat engineer for years. If the three, fastest" live-Fiats built for ttie' 1917 'face are shipped across, .probable that a" third driver will be 'signed after Scales' reaches (A former American race driver, now an engineering of- ficer, in the air service known .to be negotiating with Fiat'tor the'third mount and may be successful. another man fora sh'e'eP'ik'Inrlined coat The-'witness' swore: thaf-Avlan had told hini.'wh'en the up, 'sTivo'mim I I could rross-eiarnlnefj. witness slid ne un- derstood Avian saiii 'tnD and stuck to -that throughout the. Question- ing of'the crown "prosecutor, though he admitted he. had Mr. Hendrie One Block West ot Ulhbrldgc Hotel RETREADINO, BLOWOUTS, RIM CUTS. Iix4 RttreadlnaPriee.Llst: v T'E AM OTTAWA, Jan. lp.--lt.was official- ly announced last night that1 Harry of the Torontos would go ifo today Camerons baa been 1 unruly of hsnce the. transfer. 1 Brbadbent, of was of 1916, retwced Jrom the front last and tnay against Tor- onto Thursday night. Cars'Ars Fast That the Fials will liave to -he reck- oned -with on May 31, Is a cerlalnty. An American, who, as an army officer, inspected the Fiat plant." look it upon himself lo learn something about Us race cars when they were shipped back to the Turin factory in. 1917, stales that the Plate to te raced here are not Uie cars wnlch started in the grand prix In but new "jobs." Tho now power plants'-.are said lo have shown a lest ot Epsed on the roads around Turin of more than Arcrrlcan that tho ana-Mr-reinnem'on.'tne Friday in guest'iori that he wnsri't; sure'It was .brie' man or as to what Avion this occasion was one-of the'. principal pSinls on which the defense .depended.- 'Supt. Pennefalher iraa .called clear mysU'ry.pf where the clip of 'cartridges'.belonging lo ,lhe revolver in the caie had disappeared. He had sat on tn'e preliminary. The revolver and the clip'.Irtd been n evidence, nnd later turned by jnuru a large attendance from bolh though the servlce.was in chwgc -of the 2nd Ward.bishopric, and 'the Sacrament being administered by representatives from each ward. The speakers were Patriarch Henry I, Hinnan, President Edward J. Wood and President Thos. trace. Special musical numbers Were rendered Mr. H. 0. Wixom, formerly of Owen dale, now of 'Cardston, and Mr. Thos Taylbrville.' ISoth o Ihese gentlemen are'assisting in the Alberta Stake Opera Compaay'3 next production. The choir rendered as a special num- ber "Cast Upon the Wat- "linmedla'lely following Ihc meeting at-the tabernacle there was a-short outdoor "service al the cemetery for :By tho Famouj SysteH JRE-TREAOINO REPAIRING. By- ciperienced All 'work guaranteed. Special -Equip- racnl lor Rim Out Itepalra.: R.D.RlfGHlE SCS. Mills TORONTO Jan. Hat company stipulated that i( Iho wero defeated tonight by the Arenas by the score of 11 to llonal Hockey -League. MOORE STOPS GANNON SUPBRtOH, Moore Minneapolis, slopped Gene Cannon of Buffalo, N.Y., in the sixth round ol a scheduled to-round houl here. sSSS S- llonal Hockey League. That figure on the roads fn France means lhat Ralph record average pt.S9.8l tor 600 Ulllcs at Indianapolis he May No Donbt Your Car Needs WE CAfTolVE YOU SATISFAfeTION AND OUARANT6E ALL WORK Your tar -vlll ie under Ihe able supervision of our chlel Mr. Slctl'dart, formerly master mechanic, of a 300 car edacity ,arage In PALACE GARAGE t I eviaency, uuu iaiui to .Ihe chief of the cily polite for safe'keeping. When ho'went to get Ihe exhibits-to turn over to the clerk of the district court the was missing a'Kd 4he.chief said the clip-must have Fred Lovegrove, who runs a cigar stand at 404 Slh St.. swore that on the morning of Dec. IStli he saw .nichler between 8 and; S o'clock. Accused came: In after opening and had a glass of bed seen accuses! at tho'bar before.l witness admitted that accused had aakcd him, whilo out op 'bail, awo'.'.ins trial, if -witness had not p.ceh hhh, accused, on the Friday In question. .-.This bad fixed tlie dale Ih his mind. It was a few after Frirliy at least five days after- wards, that the conversation look .the. young 'daughter, Edith, Glover, who disd 31, if tho gel aiiy 'Ot IHe" place. "breaks" alter 4tio race starts. MONTANA MAY LEGALIZE BOXING HF.LBNA. effort will be made during the present seadon'.lo rcinfUte boxing as a legal athletio sport In Montana. Ttepreser.tallvc Mo has given notice that he proposes lo Introduco a blli for the creation of a permanent hoiitig commlMlon and al- lowing boxing exhibitions, in the state. The previous commission went oul of business In Montana two years ago last fall when the statute under which it, was created and---------'" ace.1 Norman P. Klrkiiam ,was called Ip give, cxpcrl evidence ae to the fouling c-f the revolver in' the The c-i me revolver in me (ouiing In (luezllon'mlsht have been Iho' result of tiring six rriohlhs' pre- viously.' He telievdd Iho fouling des- crified'by Deitcllve FTgan would he morn likely to he by_'sweaHng and (luit. Connl. Fclker of the A. P. cam9 from Edmonton.with-riicnl.or. assign- ed on (he fiame duty, ,Therd a cMp in Illchicr'i! gun, an'd witness od to iill Iho clip with cartridges, sev- en of them. .113. fllin vjiwv-ip _ Z o'clock Sunday morning. The 1st Wird bishopric In- charge.' with Mr 'N. W. Tanner presiding. Consol- ing remarks were made by President Wood, Mr. J. Wood and Bishop Wm. Uur.c. The music'was in charge ot Mr. S. S. Newton, two numbers, "Come Ve Disconsolate-'.and wore tendered by the'choir, end Mr rirowfc offered the closing pray er and dedicated the grave. 'Mrs. Glover's Illtlc girl was .noon seven years of age, and her deal! was primarily, due Influenza fol lowed by tplnal meningitis. The syin '.Ihi community goea out t ladyMtho now.has onl one chiH leit at lioine with her. "Meiiisrlal Service There waa special memorla service held at Glenvrood for Elclc Rof O. 'Archibald, itlio died at VI toria, HO., fchllo engaged in miaslo ary labors there, ire was a utost c emplary young man and ras we known Ihroughont the Cardslon i well his homo district. The Olentfood people were out force on ibis occaaloh, rfnd.'beniijif floral (rlhulea were arranged M> .portrait, a very striking likeness rendered by lllsa: Josephine; and >..rs. A. :''TWS VDung--man, whose untinielyi laklnk-oit has'.lelt such in his famlty- not.riuito one years ot and waa the eldest child Mr. Thos. Archibald, ;bf He had'agent just ono year, in Ills mis- sionary labors, i Few young men can go nence-to record, than this young man, and, while-feeling most deeply his- his parenjs vrealize tlial in him-they have a most-worthy representative' beyond. Therii are-no' new cases ot Influ- enza reported In town for the past several days: .-Only a tew quarantine cards are now-pdaled In any pa.rl ol I ihe' municipality'-'; Schools .'are''now In .operation at most "points. Sports-are beginning'to claim the- tention of'tlie young .people once ore. Prlday .evening, there i as Bame of basket- all at the school-gymnasium helweca he town and'the school toims, son nd There .was a larfce crowd and Ihe very close, hut if- lowp managed lo gel. a ew In'each game than the'-school. There is a .musical treat In store for hoae Vhc> may hear tho next effort f the Alberta Wake Opera Company, on hopeil that Stake. onferencB.-will be hold and Ihc .opera, The Bohemian. will be pro- ented. The Radiator Man en of them. The bullets were not all tho same, belrijrnlckeland some brass 'noscii. Rich SERVICE STAT10N Attention, Motorists Vciir battery needs.1-very'cart- lul atlenllon during eaM weather. Ctfl Oar Serrite Deptrtment and ft fill send for your bat- tery and store same during th0 winter it reasonable r.ites ct our up-tc Jale Battery station. Ill Tth'Mreet 8. i ftim C11 of the dewiued. Elder from fils mission .president, J. Dallurd, as well rimer Aieiyni uanmu, conference jn-esldenl, Elder 1-el- were read b? Mr, Wlllard nichards. These save nptclnl men- tion o( Sis fajthfulne.w and diligence 'ibbr.i snd Iho care he exercl Just Arrived Worm Driye Truck .v V BAALIM MOTOR Co, BACK Of UNION BANK OLD AND IN R.SD.