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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 27, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHRRIDflB G. McManus BRINGING UP FATHER" REV. A. S. TUTTLE IS APPOINTED PRINCIPAL OF ALBERTA COLLEGE 'toOXIMY. J.AXUAIXY 27. 1913 TkkeU (or S Cobb tlie on Thurwljy .1 tW. >re for u'.t the tollwlnj f Itcei In Majestic mold office. Elite Store AMlnlbola Music Stort. Lithbrldge hotel >Uni. r.dra hoUl newi rtlnd. Season tlckeU for the Lyceum Includlnj Mr. lecture, ore on by of the Lyceum committee, the Herald office, or the of Hogg and JtmltMn, liwytrs. Tickets will be held for inyont phoning In but mint be paid for by Thureday The Sport Page It was decided that Rickard s name the referee and that his s lion woutd final. -I haven't any idea where the con- test will be decided." said Rickard. "Tlie laws of the state in which the, bshle will be f'.aged will, ot course, govern the situation. I nope to stage the contest in a state allowing bouts of 20 or 30 rounds. "Wherever the'battle is rouriit. it will not be a baseball park. I plan to bnlid an arena with a seating capacity of fifty thousand. This will cost Frankly Admits it is The Purse ooo. That .Drew Him From Retirement CHICAGO. Jan. 27. A purse of J100.0W drew Jess heary- ivclEht. out of retirement Tei Rkkani. promoter of tie BatUinB Kelson fight, and tbe ieary- weiEht ruampton contest between Jet- fries and Johnson, tonight, alter two davs of conference, obtained s signature to a set ot articles to iight an opponent selected -by him. He agreed to box any number of rounds up to forty. The match will ba decided nert July, probably on the fourth. __ will receive lose, or draw. .Rictard said that either Georges Carpentier, the French heavyweight, or Jack Dempsey. who has been clam- oring for a match with the champion, would be opponent. Rickard reserved the right to wait until -March ?j before making tbe selection. The place for holding the fight will bs nansd 60 days before "the contest. The contest will be tho first that Willaid has fought since he met Frank Jioraa. of PHtsnuns, in Xew York, in March 1916, Rickard was the promoter of that fight. Under tbe terms of the agreement, the champion agreed to deposit 000 with a Chicago bank at once, this sum to be forfeited to Rickard If Will-1 ard failed to carry out his promise. Rickard agreed lo deposit f w details hare not been worked out. 5Yank Fiouricoy. of Memphis. Tenn.. icksra's business partner, will be as- sociated with Rickard in promoting the tattle. Money'the Only LOSEINIANGLE Barons Takes Five Pin Fray Bui Lose in 10 Great Finish Lethbriilge timber topplers won ani lost in their tangle with the million- Moneytne uniy ojrc. of- BarQn5 on tne Dominion CHICAGO, Jan. left his Slltardav night. The locaU '.vent oil business in Teias- to come to Chi- cago at Hlckards' request. The chem Iplon said he weighed close lo 275 pounds, but ihaVhe probably would enter the ring weighing about- -h pounds. presume some people will tmnK tlat I demand the earlh to ill- said. "Rickard met my terms and w defeat in three stralsnt games i.i plus, but won two out of three; at ten pins, pulling off their ilr.-t win of thevseason over the wheat mas- nates. Barons piled up some nice srores a total of 711 s. a lead over the i pins. In the first VAN'COl'VKK, Jan. Tay- lor added anolher title to his namo tonight when he made laro Mlyake. the hitherto undefeated ju-jitsu cham- pion of the world quit cold a full hour of undecisive struggling. Taylor had the better ot what must be called a contest all through, although it was. as usual in most ju-jitsu matches, simply a case of choke versus stran- gle, and neither man couM apparently I deliver Ihe goods. Miyaka had en- ough, however, after momentarily quit- ting in the third 20 minute period, flal- ly refusing to come out lor the fourtli period. RICKENBACHER LOSES SMILE American Ace, Vice Auto Pilot, Is Changed by Air Battles DBS MO1NES, Iowa. Jan. ing death in clashes with boche planes Jan. unusunl spectacle was prcser Chicago lo morrow, siity days sinus pitching star. A few years ago nVui Pius by 25 his Der- with. Am feeling, bully auO riaitt rolled 55 for hfeh'tor the locals be back In Gods country again smile ot uays goua by has faded considerably os you will notice-' He confesses In an accompanying note "This 220-horsepower Spad, which I have had IS victories with. Am feeling, bully and iiope lo Stokes Schweitzer Freestone Rowan Derricott 1st 2nil 42 47 'A 4G ____ 53 41 27 41 K 43 Expect to arrive on the.Rhine in an- other week." This message was dated 12. ROWLAND MANAGE REDS jre enjoying the sunshine, while the stock are reported doing well. j Sold Beef Mannsell Brothers, the big cattle men, sold their beef a few weeks ago and shipped their choice steers to the Chicago market, .where they obtained the highest price yet re- ceived for prairie feil beet. The train- load netted over 5ISO each, and Mr. Monnsel! Is delighted with the result of his shipping to the stock market in the southern city. The balance was bought by the P. Burns Co. and are being shipped to the Pacific coast markets. Mannsell llros. are noted for their Quantity and quality ot the beet they prepare (or market, and so have many bidders for whatever the> have to sell. Board of Trade The revived board of Irade have in ritations out for another get-together during the coming week, which includ- es a smoker, and where all aro ex- pected to meet for a profitable eve- ning of the crowd. The prnceedtan, which had been carried on wltli ut- Jwoat rood humor, terminated with the. arrival of a mtllldry police pllrol. No arrests were mftde. Tlie cause ot the disturbance was the placarding of billboards with pott- era by Winnipeg Social-Democrats, many'of whom openly profen.MAe- vikl doctrines, Invllinn fellorr work- Ingmen to come In their thousands ho a demonstration at the TABElt, Jan. final vole In to protest against the Ural- the Taher hospital scheme is given Of Irce speech. Kearlnj'a riot, the proprietors locked the doors, and adjournment was taken to the 'Mar- ket Square, where some hundreds, nminly Hie curious, gathered. Hut soldiers In uniform broke up the meeting, some of the agitators re- ceiving black eyes and beatings. AU jut ot those who attempted to Epeak were foreigners. lLll40 Former Aberdeen Boss May Be Picked Mathewson's Successor 123 There is a chance that Clarence heeu defeated: Grassy Lake district. Tlcllaucc Grassy Lake village. .Montpeller......... Barnwell Hudson Vi'adena........... Purple Springs W. Gilbert House CioMen I'rairle C. Y. school Mount nuttc........ Taber.............. Totals 3 14 0 4 'S 11! I 21 0 4 6 .151. Asaliffi JS 6 17 4 pensioner's account ntfcctcd by tho diange. There will bo no unne- cessary delays, however, and the b'oard of pension commissioners ulstcs that the work is already well under wny. Jlcdlcino Hat will send 15 delegalea lo the industrial research conference to be held hi'the iirorince 7 Chicago lo morrow, s oetore the date oJ the contest, and Jlng Johnston broke mlo the A STS.OOO forty-eight hours before the lineup via Use CollegeviHe institution. battle. Provided nickard fails to make the f; second deposit of J15.000, he agreed to forfeit the first lo Willard, '-'j andrit; he fails lo post the 55 Wiliird Trill receive J25.000. The Kansss "Cowboy" agreed not lo 'fi make "any other engagements or to appear to any exhibition contest, and ti also agreed to Ire at the place sched- SJ uled for the battle 60 days in advance a to finish his training. Now Kohtrt Lonsacre, Urslnus' pitch ing ace In 1917, will get a trial with the Mackmen. Longacre is a sli-foot-1 er who has seen some professional experience fa the Tejtas and Western leagues. He uses his right hand, to curve, 'em and lives in Collegeville. Ixingacrc was recently mustered out of service. At Camp Greenleaf last summer he was the star pitcher. Jlng Johnson, who is now in the navy, will also be back with the As this season. .1 Jlo Kulpas Halfield Stark 192 Barons "1st 42 59 21S 2nd 33 38 41 54 40 54 76 3rd Tot. Rowland, former'Aberdeen manager n the Northwestern league and boss of the White Sox for several years, wl'l remain in tiie big league ball as a manager. Rowland has been called InlT conference with August1 Herr- mann, boss ot the Cincinnati club, and it Is eipecled that tho two baseball men are lo meet relative lo Rowland S'ormal training and aie JIaclcod boys ind girls. They are all engaged in he district schools ana all-iook for good results. the ladies of Ihe Presbyterian church savp. nn excellent dinner on Saturday which, with tho sale of JOIN THE "Y" FINE OYMNA8IUM, RE-ORGANIZED CLASSES. SPECIAL OLAS4 FOR BUSINIW MEN ON WEONE3. DAYS AND FRIDAYS, 5jCO P.M., iCIENTlFIC INSTRUCTION. CLASiES FOR YOUNO MEN AND BOYS, ALL WRESTLING AND BOXINO, ENIOR AND JUNIOR BASKET BALL LEAGUES, VOLLEY BALL. FINE SWIMMING POOL AND SHOWSRi. Totals 247 22S 236-711 A Win in Ten Pins Barons started out to wipe the al leys with the locals in ten pins, win ninz by 54 pins. Bill Moore helped 211 in this game, while Evans, local anchor man had a streak of hard luck which kept bis score lo 147 for low man on the team. Out in the second Ihe locals hit their stride bowling S54 against S50 for Barons, the same figure as the invad- ers had in the first game. Stark was the only 200 toppler in this game managing the Reds. Christy Mathewaon. 101S manager ot the Cincinnati club, is not under contract for ItilO. and will probably go to New York. That switch makes it necessary for Hermann lo gra'j .iff a team manager before the training season starts. NEW PENSION REGULATIONS ff ,J f, Regarding Order-in Council. Xo. 3205, Just passed by the government, wened and the majority win open providing tor ad.llflonal allowances j Mho nrel o" Frtroaryi when tho boys to the children of our fallen and ills; abled sobllers, the Hoard of Several of the rural schools have opened, and the majority will open cstfes to pt.ite lhal llio increases authorized wii! be paid automatically, and (lie necessary ad- justments made ivith Ihe least, pos- sible delay. It will not bo .necessary Tor thoso affected by the changes lo make AUTO TOES OF ALL SIZES VULCANIZED Bv the Famous Systeiii RE-TREADING aEPAlRINQ By experienced Workmen. AH work guaranteed. Special Equip- Wnt for Rim Cut Ilepalra. R. D. RITCHIE 208 13lh St. S. Off. ElllMn Mllli CADORE IN THICK OF IT Lieutenant Cailore of the Rob- ins, former Gonzaga university pitch- c-atiiruaj work brought them a very nice sum: plication or eren to make inquiries tor their treasury. regarding their cases. Tag day on Saturday for the Great The oxtrn work created will make War Veterans, in alrl of their mem- it Impossible to Immcrllalcly adjust orial, to which the 1. 0. D. K. have agreed to give a handsome sum. The I exact form han not yel been decider! upon, but some of the boys "over there" have writlen telling them to ask for a large Herman gun anil two machine guns that have been cap- tured by Ihe Macleod and Alberta boys. Peler Ilakas, sn farmer who lived northwest of Macleod, died ;U the hospital Sunday from asthma. He harl been 111 throe years, anil was in Ihe hospital here only two days. TWO BOWUNQ ALLEYS POOL TAILE WHITING ROOM REAMNG ROOM DEBATING CLUB, lliLE CLASS, Frldlya, MEN'S MEETING, Sun. E p.m. 9TRANQEHS WELCOME AT ALL TIMES. BOYS' DEPARTMENT A SPECIALTY BMH Sapper and 6.00 p.m. ActtvttlM will be put on opportunity offart. Tell you vrantl FRtt MEMBERSHIP TO RETURNED SOLDIERS, SPLENDID DORMITORY ROOMS HOT AMD COLD VERY MODERATE TERMS COME IN AND (SET ACQUAINTED. son on November during tho drive lo- New Radiator Repair Shop OPENED Have been working on radiat- ors Iti for C inontli5, THE RELIABLE RADIATOR REPAIR SHOP, George Farquharion, Prop. Rear Tlie Tailor, 5th St. S. We Don't Experiment We Know How ANDY The Radiator Man 418 Fifth Streets. win by 72 pins on fte game, giving the homebrews 22 pins to the good and two games out of three. Stark was high total In ten pins with 571, B. Moore and Evans trailing cloje behind. The scores: Lethbridge. 1st 2ml 3rd Tot. Briggs..... MacLcan Shover Jennings Evans I Totals 16D MS 171 147 162 137 172 191 vales In tbe division have been award the crolx de guerre for their gal- lant work. Some lime ago Ihe entire division was ordered for early con- voy home, but later Ihe war dcparl- ment cancelled (he order. H is ex- pected, however, division will lie home before tbe spring and that Cadore will be available to make Ihe training trip ame iliirlnj winter at reasonable >t our uptoilato Btltery .Station. S11 7th Strett S. III players used llso holding of e nso the 13 antl Ihe nine hole golf course.? Oincr arc also romovetl at .lackson nark. Chicago, durin? Ihe a5 (ne of Ihese clasaen of food season of icconlinK to a stale- ment siibmilfed in the boonl In IhB "windy City by Superinlonilon: Welicl. Ills compilations that In Mnrch 4MO players le-jj off on Ihe are nnw available. Tho board, at the request of mer- chants and dealers, to retaining In the re-Issue of food handlers' licenses for 1919, the same number for each firm, so (ar as possible, ns was assigned IJewm'ier tiaoojlhem In 1818. Wholesale: fish .lealers, u'eri the two llnke. AciorilltiB lo the cereal and brakfRSt fowl mani.'actur- stotcment of Mr. Weizel a greater ers, wholesale friiit ami vegetable number of players uael tlie Chicago merchants and millers aro being re- courses last year Ihan during Ihe JMf season. OTTAWA WINS Jan. ile- featPd the C'anatllens here Saturday night by tho score of I lo 0 in Ilie N. II. I. REVIVE HENLEY REGATTA IXWDOX, Jan, regralU ARE RELEAWO LONDON', Jan. Tbe liorae secre- lary, al the request of the prtmler, Jan, -v will bo revived this.year with a pro- has decidedI to order gram Inclucllw ruei open lo "'vices cJ gram incjuinng racea uiiuji iu representing (her dominions the son, coi allies Alfred :onvlcted In -ncy to mm iry, 1817, of TRUCK PROBLEMS WE HAVE A CARLOAD OF CHEVROLET AND NASH TRUCKS ON THE WAY NOW A letter from you will bring a giving full fntoroiAllott on these trucks. BAALIM MOTOR Co, BACK OF UNION BANK THROW YOUR OLD AND TUBES IN OUR RED CROM I BOX ;