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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 23, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 23, 1918 "BRINGING UP FATHER' THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY tjERALD PAGE THRBB \ By G. McManus �1 -I TO OlNTX*> HAS RtDE MO- I HACJ HOME FOR A " CMAtHCiE- �y-^ VELL- WHAT SCO DO\N � � gathered In the first two goals, won. out by 5-2, but'that he did not know, .Jme of that composing room luck with The Herald newa room and compos-Is room trundlers fejttraordinary hooked up in a ton-pin match last night, and all the luck was with the comps. Even at tha*: thcyr~cpuld only beat the pencil pushers by b measly throe pinn. IF the editorial rooih had had the luck ot the oomps they'd Have had 'em pled and li) the holl-hojc the first game. The news crew borrowed Bill Hawkins from the ad. alley and he had which got the first two. The |lrst 4 or 5 shots in th� net were put there by Tiger Moe Uireal down-east style and the Tigerij' got 3 more in the leist lap. The Bearcats ha4 one more Cat ;on the Ice than thciy were entitled to, besides being aided and abetted By the hostile looking bulldog that grabbed the rubber and made off across the pi-airle with it amidst a shower of blows jiwt when the Tigers wore ab--)Ut,to score. Tiger Mitchell assever-iites that it was not his inseparable chum as he aays:lvls noble pal Is better looking and both house-broken and . hockey-trained, and "'knows enough'to make tor homo with anything^j worth while. The Tammany Tigers are conten^o rest the decision on the big row of notches they will put on thelr.| �locks at the next meeting." ' . / 6^ It you want to see a real battle to settle this vexed point of law, be on deck for the gam^ next Saturday-same teams, same time, sanie plfce, ume bulldog. Mean while, the tiankers of the city are getting chesty and hurl a blatant defl at any septette of puck chasers in the City that can be got to adorn the ' Ice at one time. ' . ' At present writing It looks as It the ^ P.C.H.L. would have to look to Jts laurels. ABOLISH PLAYER lllMli^. RULE Chicago, Jan. 19.-Abolition ot the player limit-in the American league was announced by .President Ban John-aon tontgh^.'Ni'hls action was necessary, he said, to protect the club own-elf 8; who face the (fanger of, losing several playerg In the next draft for military service. He was advised that three members ot the Cleveland club-Roth, Harris and Klepfer-had been placed in class one. ' " ' IJhder the new rutliig the clubs will be lirirestrlcted In the number ot players Ihey may carry. In previous years the clubs were-obliged to slash tholr roster to 25 men oKMayil. President Jofinaon said he understood the National league would take similar action.  ^ the result that he bowled tl46, which was high for the news gatherers in that stanza. The teams were .three-man aftairs and the scores were: ^ News...... .. 427- 413 413-1253 Comps .. r', ... 449 376 431-.-125G FREDDIE WYATT, YUKON BOXER,>i j ' ^ * i Chalmera, 1917 Touring ....... 11200.00 Elgin, 1917 3 paif. Roadil^ ........ $900^00 Ford, 1915 Tottring ,. $275100 Bijdu^^^]^ Parlors Veteran in\Hazardous Spbrt 17 ; Years Witliput Serious.. .Accident mmmi By Spring Will Be 20 Ponies on Decli-Powley Bringing $1,000 Runner , MLPOSIPONEM BUIDING OF A GYM Magrath Citizens Will Probabl; Postpone it Till After tlie War There' promises to "be quite a .stir among'the: lovers (jt, fast horses here next, spring. At least a glance through the racing stable at the fair grounds would indicate as much. Jack Wales Is wintering nine head there already and furnjshes. tlis Information that there pre morfe coming. Ben Powley, who had a couple ot runners, In this vicinity last summer has reenntly bought two runners In Maryland, one setting him back JlOOOl'and he will I'liave. a couple besidefi. He 'is coming lyre shortly from Saskatoon to train. -JTFurman. also has 3 or 4. head, and a string Is expected from Montana so that the'railbirds will see about 20 in all working out when spring comes round. A number ot these will be fast enough for the Western Fairs circuit. (From Our Own Correspond^t) Magrath, Jan. 22.-At n meeting of the financq i^nd building committee-of the gymnasium, hold In the towr hall on "Thurscftty evening, it was decided that a gymnasium would not be built In Magrath at the present time. Several good reasons were given for this one Is that money is needed by our country, and perhaps the required amount could .not be raised^ for the gym. The citizens of Magrath donated very liberally about |5,0G0 was the amount on the subscription list. Big Social Event  On Friday eVening one of the biggest social events of the season took place in the meeting house when the ward choir gave a supper and dance. .Supper was served at 6 o'clock and during the evening about 200 people partook of the sumptuous repast and all pronounce it. the- b^t ever. All tl^e choir, members worked hard to make this affair a success. A jolly crowd was In attendance at the dance and all say it was one ot the best dances ever attended.. About |125 Vas the sum cleared a*l will go toward purchasing chairs and a stand to be used by, the .choir in tlie church here. Choir master ..T^p. Bridge intends putting on an opera .In the very near future . along with concerts of different kinds. /Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Fowler spent "Wie week end with Mr. Fojvler's parents here. Mr. arid-Mrs. C. Marsden of Card-ston spent a tew days this week in town the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Levi Barker. -, Mr. A. J. Wood spent the week-end in Taber. ' ARROW LAKES LUMatR CO. IN LIQUIOATION ' Vancouver, Jan. 22.-An order for the winding up pt tho Arrow Lakes Lumber Company was made by Chief Justice Hunter today on the application ot J. L. O. Abbott, appearing .for the Lafayette-Lamb Lumber Company, which holds a judgment for $2i284,000 against the Arrow Lakes coln-pany. SEED AND POOtTRY EAIR�RET Fair Association Decides to' Hold OneOn Feb. 9~^Wonnen'8 Institute Report LONDON p TELLS OF LOCAL liN'SOlS- 'A London paper has the following to say with regaM to a Lethbrldge man who'has wpn the Military Medal: The name of another gallant Colonel appears in the honors list As having Retlaw, Jan. 22.-The trustees of the Fair Association held a meeting In Retlaw, Saturday and arranged to holi a seed and poultry fair here Fetbruary 9th. They will also endeavor to have a speaker here on the same date. The "Edith Cavell" branch, Retlaw Women's. Institutes have a splendid tl�nnclal report tor the past six months having succee4ed In falsing over $600, tor the Canadian Bed Cross Society and doing a large amount of se%yJng and knitting as well. They wish to extend their most ^ hearty tli^aks to the people of Retlaw aiid vicinity for their generous patronage and donations. i f Born to ilr. and Mrs. R. WrLlcklss Sunday, January 20th a son. Mrs. Gilbert Sinclair Is visiting friends In Medicine Hat this week. Mr. O. W. Chase, ot Taber, a.return-ed soldier is visiting Retlaw friends. Fred Hastings and W. A. Pollock are tho delegates from this local to the U.F.A. convention in Calgary this week. TO TROOPS AT FRONT Toronto, Jan. 3ir-X special cthlk to the Mall Mid Empire laya: "Prem- lor CipmeiMfeau returned to Paris 8nn* , day night after two days on th� French front. He visited two import-ant sectors, spending Saturday amonff the soldiers in the trenches ot the first line,, where he talked with the poilus, who welcomed hliA with mnch enthusiasm. The government's action In increasing the pay ot tha troops and augmenting the allowance of wine made an excellent Impression. Tho premier alsb.vlslted several v camps where soldiers are renting atter-w� a period in the trenches. He waa greatly impressed by the splendid spirit ot the troops and expressed satisfaction with condltlOBB In the aone of the armies. Brought Down^ 16 Huns "On Sunday allied aviators, thanks to improved weather ^conditions, brought d6wn,sixteen German planes. The French destroyed six and sent ' down two others badly damaged In the enemy lines. The British destroyed 'five and put out ot commission three." ' DECIDE AGAINSTtHE BOXING CHAIV1P LIKES GAME 'Most of us in this fretful, troubled worljl are earning our eats by doing something more or les* uncongenial, but necessary, because, what We would' like to do would not yield sufficient' inouotary roturps. But not Mike O'Dcwd of St. Paul, thene^^ middle- London, Jan. 22.-The govemnient ________ ,[,ha3 decided against the iss^e of pre- been awarded .the ^ JNlitary Medal, ralum bonds, Mr. A. Bonar Law, chan-This is Sapper David Goldle, Cana- collorjf the pxchequer, told the house dian Tunnelliiig Company, son of tho of commons today. The declslbn was late Mr. James Goldle,' College Street, taken, said the chanceltor, after con- ^, . . ,., , I which the decoration has been award-"mittee appointed to inquire into the uig ue.was lighting because he llked^edwas in Carrying to .shelter and sate- advisability ot the plSt The com- . \ -- . Washington, Jan. 22.-Sessions ot the commissions on fisheries disputes here will be concluded thlirweek. Open hearings will heg'.n in Boston on January 31. From there the. commissions win go to Gloucester, Mass., and then to some place in Canada. The discussions. It was said, have developed some peculiar Inconsistencies In fishing practices on the Atlantic and Pacific coasts. It W�i sald.^ lliat while , Canadian fishing veasels were barred by i federal law fro^ marketing their catch in American ports on the Atlantic, this practice virtually obtained on the Pacific coaist where Canadian boats go into Ketchikan, Washington, before proceeding to tka fishing banks Th'e Canadian boats were compelled to pay fees at Ketchikan and to clear from tha^ port. � 200 APPEAL ca8e8. " ^ It. When ho .was a tousled youngster lib) was fighting most of the time, and he Is doing it yet. - Back in 1911 Mikte'^was a memlipr of a gang of ^loung follows who could by no stretch ot iniaginatiou be described as effeminate., All of,them could . fight and .did; frequently, and Mlko was the Idng of the bunch. Ho worked during nioat'of'the day and at night, led his followers into battle with rival gangs. The' more fighting they could bump fhtd the more they liked n. ty'wounded men imdar a hurrlcahe. ot shot and shell at Passchendaele. Sap-per.^Goldie wals settled at Lcfthbrldge, Alberta, working in the mines and where his wife and five cliildVon re-slde,'wlien.war broJ^e out. AsTivn old soldier, wha- had seen service in India and South Africa with.the gallant "E'orty Twa," and proud of his race, tlie call to arms in aid of the Motherland proved Irresistible, and he rejoined in . May, 1915, After training In Canada and at Siiurnclifte, he went nilttee had found that the,sfep was inadvisable at the. preseht'llme "imtil further efforts had been made to make the present Issues more attractive to Investora." ^. . SCHOOL BOYS FOR FARMS _ , ,, , . . , i �, ' to, France, whoi'o lie has been for over , One; night wnen, n� chancea to no mrtnthg Sapper Ooldie is present- Barney Oldfleld, the Hans Wagner nlono Michael was almost bumped off _ , ^ from the front, visiting his dt auto racing, ad.mjts that he has the sidewalk by a big rude man. He ther and sister In Leven, and his been lucky to go through 17 years :l�nmediately-had recourse to tho ox- of knocking ,i' .. ------, - tracks without ...b, v,,i ,D .................... , motner ana sister in jjeven, ano nis to go through 17 years Nlmmediately-uul recourse to the ox-^j^ Peter Golillo, Methil. His .about on all Sorts of, Plotiyes. usual on such occasions and , oid.tfriends and acquaintances will ex-itt meotins up with a serl--', the man grow cross and attempted to ^^^jf' hearty congratulations to- the T^K HOUSK OP SBRVICB FIFTH STRiCT SOUTH LfCTHSRIoaCi alta ous, perhaps' fatal, accldont. But luck doesii't play .the biggest-part In the racing games by giny. means, for it takes indomitable nerye, a thorough knowledge of every ntount he takes and an almost, uncanny knack of dodging collisions with rival drivers, some of whom are absolutely ; reckless; ' '  Oldfleld has never been arecklpss driver In his Ipng yeafrs of raping. .Yet he lias won'hundreds of races, estabi lisliod many records and earned thousands of rinllars on the tracks Of the country. Whenever Barney Is praJMu-.-, lag tor a race he sots about to make, a: mental licture 9I the course otver; which he will drive. Before-he*.faces the starter he knows evefy Inch ot ti^ ! track, every dangerous ^pot on It and'  has figured in advaupe what chanoes.) , ho cau take in tho'^vent ot a bruih I at any point on the course, Tactician In Race , Oldfleld Is really a tactician in '� race, for he never tries to get .mord out of a car than be knows It can do, and after long years .of racing he ha^ come out with a mount whiphtKe'believes has minimised the dangers |St speeding, by at least 60 per cent- Ol^, fetch Mike a haymaker on the side of ;'^JjJ. h~so wrlhily won I , his head. They w^iit to It ioyously.i^^^� ^j,^^^^^ -Wimam Is-well^ .T?! ^1^1 :�V'i'!5"'.i"?i'"*^ll?.! i kHown'hUhe diIt"lcrandtlso's%r^v& Victoria,' B., C, Jan, 21.-A. Smith, principal ot the local high school, made a recommendation to the city council tonight that all high schdol boys between'the ages of 15 and 20 should be used'on'farm work in the provinces during the coming summer. He said that, at least 1,000 would be available in victoria alone and. believed such a step would obviate the necessity of introducing Chinese labor. Moose Jaw, Sask, Jan. 22.-Upwards ot 200 appeal cases were on tho docket whlc^ Chief Justice-Haltatn commenced to hear this mdrning as appeal judge under the Military Service Act, Thirteen cases w�re dealt with during the morning and of these four were dratted, two exempted, three partially exen\pted for, periods up to six months, and four had Judgment reserved. � The chief justice anilcl-pates that he w$Il be,able to take fifteen cases a day thus disposing of tht 200 appeals now on the, list in about ten days. I ) FAMOUS RACER DEAD . New Orleans, La., Jan. 22. - Pan Zi^reta, the famous eight year old rac Ing mare,.holder of s^veraV track rec�. urds and winner of uioce than'eighty races, died here yesterday ot pneu-' monla. She wan known to race-iol-lowers as the queen of the turt. Pan Zareta was purchesed a year: ago by Joseph Marrone, of 'S^eyf 'Ifork, from. H.;S. Newman, of Texas. was crouched ami c � , . . WANT OJMNK HIRK   ' Vulcifn puck : ohaiera: want ^  ,'to atpick up agatnit a: septette  from .Lethbrldge,i and are wilt-  .Jngvtqplay a sorHpofhome and  t'' hQ9to,games. jllue'iiXa (Ohance. > for,the hockeyUtato lerbuay..  with the Canadians, is expected to Arrive fshortiy on furlough. REDUCE FOi COSTS - Toronto;.''Jan. 22.'-At the annual meeting of the Ontario Motor League here last evening, P. O. Macdiarm d, prorincial minister.-of public woika. declared that motorists could do^a great deal towards reducing the cost^ of foodstuffs. Tho one great thing Which .stands in the way of cheaper food,\lM>'sald, Is the number of tines i an .artt1wi " und w,w�' yrlj!S% sndllnr of the produce, thecefore' lieeping down We Have^ Splendid Assorimentof Tim PUMPS 3 Cyfinder Pninpt...... ..............$8.50 YaiikwPu�iir..:.^.,...:...l.V....:.$6:so 2 Cylinder Pompt ,...... ...........$4.50 / Handy Auto Chairs - $3.00 . Thssn ara v�ry UNfui wh�n you^lsh to carry an a^tra patssnacr.: ^AALiM MOTOR CO. �aok OP UNIOH iAHK;,, ; /,� / harrv HOLMAN. ^^. ..�'.1 �, I 27 26 ??/981C ;