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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 23, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta -THR I.E' K-OAlLY HERALD 'BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McManus THUUSDAY. JANUARY 23. 1919 iho books of the mtnuiaclutera aad seo that "puclle Vera proltcted against watered riockf. WILL 4END. UV> THKV CKAIM OROWTO AWAX I Roosevelt, When New York Police Commissioner, Did Much for the Boxing Game f (By Otto Floto a IMS every red Wooded man no-seising TirHity, every la TOprous, maaca- suffered in the dividual gifted line manhood his goooard of directors of the Manitoba Iralu :Growers Association, the Ed Grain 'Growers Association, the Ed- threshold of being accomplish monton Trades and Labor Council and -jtiere Is the greate- outlook pre? ent and the opportunity Is the farm That all military slackers hear- Uy taxed. On ihe niUoBaWsg of J "II- wxiys he quoted frelthl rates Apply- ing lo tbe Intercolonial and the'C. T. H.; tho was hauling at one-third the rate charged Ut- ter, anil was breaking 'oven, n "an not been built lo make a prolit, and Ibe people were lUe benelit. Under government ownership the gov- ernment would havo the benefit of Ihe millions made annually by, C. P. II. In regard lo the. Germans, ho did not think we thould pay tho price the country by laying'.down, for defeat would .-havo brought op- ot the worst klad. sad tbo German-born citizens 'f Cahsda would have teen the lint to esert their au- Ihorlfy. He declared glad tO'letrn .that the returned soldiers had In view a policy wtlci.called lor forcing the German-bom ,16. farms and return lo.Cemiany. DisCUSS FINANCES OTTAWA, Jan. of the Bankers' Acsoclallon were In conference ycBterfay wltu Sir Thomaa While, minister of-.finaico. The noanclal situation waa discussed with particular reference to the, question ot nel credits'. j. BILINGUAL .IN SASKATCHEWAN Email: of the various parties of tho could bo kept from selling Itilo the organization, and creSllrig ditficulUes tho great step' iu tho rigat, direction would have beeh niade. .Tho farmers iave bee'n organlttng and educating themselves''for fifteen years now, lie i continued', and pollUcal papers were no longer "poison their minds against organization, so that the time ot the highly 'trained highly paid ilWndei wt parties vns This is tto dav, tald Mrs xMc kinuei in her the, day all of us have1 been wailing for a dar so that there are fess peopto understand 'its; Irue Bignlllcance The war is over and all the wonder ful things we' been promising ourselves in the past four years are RBG1SA. Satk.-, .Jan. With tho certainty that every phase of Wllng'uallsm' will be fought out at this convention, two thousand members, of the Saskatchewan Provincial School Trustees' Association were present when Sir Richard Lake called the meeling to order Ihls morning In Xletionolllau -5 church. 'An- over- ttowhall arranged, as, indications are that by nljht at least-'one; thousand more delegate will f- irrivc ff he British Columbia Fruit Growers Association now in its 29th annual con- vention. On motion of Director Trego he U F.' A convention returned fra- ternal greetings to the British Colum- bia -Total Hnifieldx. Owsby Section Leadbetler Would Bees 50 8 37 40 31 91 There wa all kinds 01 hair fljing last night when ,the Bankers and Busioe s lien of the Senior Basketball League clashed sure a last and furious game from start to finish The game ended with (he Bu ines! Men victo-s with k score ol 29 to 11 H Van Haarlem did a lot of good shootiog lor .he winners and his partner Ross had a hand in tne Thompson of.'the Bankers a eool steady game all tho wai scoring mo t ot the polnte for his team r eThe tnglhh and Mormons of the junior played a whirlwind came from start lo finish R Johnson and Col- on Morri on scored mo t ol the Art Green Total points for Ihe v toners, captam of the Vormon team jlayed great game, scoring he presented me with a gold mounted rabbits foot for luck I earned it through tn> African trip and 1 certain lyjiad goodMuck i Tie abore (s but one from Colonel Roosevelt's biography. He anl for the tyife of sports nas pages In -which he refers to the ______p which consists merely in look Ibeuelfa taxing brings to the average tar m at tie feats ol someone else. man and how it helped him when a "Some citizens is good as I know' sr were prius Slaters T.ke Donoran, of New York (Donovan died t the above was written) He ana 'mmce e ao 'hlifamily present a type of Amerlcan- I citlienship of which w e have a ri sht to i !be prtraa Mike a devoted temper 5airman, and can b. relied .reaklinB. and was. forced one of the last letters Ithte wonderful great 'American ever penned That 'n Itself must prove a ii -_ out of 21, i grea game, s The game ended 29 to 21 to favor ot the iugllsh A challenge from Cardslon was re celvcd ye lerdaj and arrangements !or a game are made The'e will be senior class fiom 730 to S30 tonight and basketball practice be held class. (Special to The Herald.) FBRME Jan a largely at tended meeting last night In tbe Fer nle Hotel, the Fernie Athletic Assoc lation was resurrected from a long sleep aad reorganued There were ioma sixty peonlf Interested in the revival of athletic sports' presents A. I.'Pish'er, 11. Pi, was elected honorarj' president and G A Bonellie, Dr Or iier. and lif. A. Kastner we're made hon- orary vice'presidents.' Officers, were elected the secretary instructed 1IOWI1EE Win a Narrow Herald Games i Tonight Th? Outlaws (ook two out ol three from the Herald quintet In the Flv MCKci0p nasl, sulle Pm League at toe Uorolmon' alleyslKm who js a by birth 'and GIBSON TO MANAGE LEAFS TORONTO. Jan. Me- ot the Toronto .baseball clubr anrounces Ihi's morning lhat George W.rb Block Vert Hotel. HIM great tribute to boxing A Fsw.Putiy Hindi Oppose Analyze Tle-WB ol thlc troad Tls'oned maa of ntfalrs, snd then view some ol the puny mrads of Ihora who !oppose faoxtec Thtt compari'on In Kself W bo tie greatest merit the apart, ever Ind Show me Is 'big rain in mind and heart and.I'll -point OTl to yom a man In favor end not oppoien to strenuous sport. Just mote note ol tiW and irhen oppon of the manly art manliest thcov give That the tax be levied on all p OnL, is expoct lo a Lonlract Arjnur twenty )eiri ago tta Canadian has managed the. Toronto. club. Fernie United ..Church, as Hev. C. B. "leaving for, Calgary in a day or two Snow, arrived just in time lo save the siluatlon as lo a jay or two ago is again disappearing rap Idly under the discouragement ol a steady downpour of rain this after noon. The automobile Is again rein stated a-! king of Ihe road having bath .wagons and.sleds as-feeble con tcstanls tOr supremacy o spare being GO pins ahead on the three Eam0s However games count and the Ootlaws won two games lo one Freestone for the Oullaws was nigh total for the evening with 180 rolling very consistently The single honors went to P.lslei1 of the with 67 Tonight the Bankers and IM-Clerts clash at 7 20' to b9 followed by Ihe Dominions and the Mechanics f Lsat night's scores: HAL CHASE'S CASE 'HEARD JANUARY 20 NFW YOHK. Ian J A Heyd president oMhc, National league, announced today -that -he will hear .h'e ZBainst fi bzscman ol tlio Cincinnati on 30, Instead, ol tomorrow, upon Jan. Frank Jennings ud Bportdom the greatest of all Dovbt Car Needs Oterkauling! WC CAM OIVI YOU ANO OUARAKTEE ALL WORK Yotrr car will be overh.iled under tho ablo nupervlnlon of our Mr Stafairt, formerly master mechanlo ol 4 JW car garage 1. PALACE GARAGE Dnwnlne Rlsler Thompion Evans Totals 01 28 (9 211 Herald 1st 46 19 4S 31 60 2nd 61 37 ,C1 AUTO TIRES OF ALL'SIZES .VULCANIZED By the Famous Haywood Sy tern RETREADING C. REPAIRING By experienced Workmen, All work guaranteed Special Equip- ment for Rim Cut Benin.' R. D.RITCHIE eillwxi fits over 4% per cent made by com panies In furnishing the allied govern raentj. with supplies during the war That there be a tax Imposed of 4 per centjon all1 mortgage claims held hroug'iont the Doinlnlon That all railways be nationalized taking their physical value as basis That there be a sharjKr graduation, n the tax Uwrf of the Do j mlnioa W start at Uie single man's aking S per cent with. 20 per cjrit taken when the lacome was aver, HOOOO. I That all Oermanslborn overseas bo dlslranchised lor period of ten years their incoows over per year be taxed.- That-there. a Ux ot 1100 per ton onUfl coal inieed, and per Ihousaml on sll lumber manu factured Thai there he Hcomralltee ap pointed, Including labor, W look into 'We Don't Experiment We Know How The Radiator Man 418 Fifth an. nsea, o morro, n Ihe request o' Chase's attorney. Cha'e] was tuspcnled .indellnlUsly, by ager of Cincinnati Augnn on the Vbirge' ol betting against his chih. TRY TO GET and ste from that, to K years Tder bad relus ed to lake thstr Mt, traw ler, out tft set si convo? to (i vessel 4 time when were aroDTui coast Tho reason lor fh'ir rtliiMl iras not lhat llio boat nnieawOrtby, lint lhat (helf sleopins Quarters .irere-dump, wafer thronfih (he cracks In the SERVICE STATION. Attention, Motorists coM tht Tour battery needs ful Kllfntloi during weather. CaB OurStrrke we will sesa for ttrs and store rime during the winter it at 'our vp-to-dale BalUry Station 7tt> Hwni 111 were taken toward forming a British Columbia amateur Kockey'ansojilallon. Some ol the olllceri! wwe eleclH aril applkaMon v.111 be f er Dllhoefer, a een rae o appaon v, e ma o St Wiili tftUchaft zWlnffeHder with Ihe British ColallM .MM, MUriioil the Can Inflelder J B Stewart fiO money and also wilh the Uan was involved, prockcr Association deck over their liexlii They hail been tried fn an open court marllAI fir re fusing to So taelr dulf In face of the jiten a term of 18 ini ttay wer. Just Arrived Chevrolet Worm Drive One, Tori Truck BAALIM MOTOR Co. BACK Of UNION iANK fHROW YOUR OLD AMD IK OUR REO CHOM ;