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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 28, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LF.TlluRinGK DAILY HERALD TUESDAY, JANUARY 28, 1919 By G. McMarius "BRINGING UP FATHER1' FAREWELL Id Sport 6 owing to tho lilgh price ot Is, und he sugsesH that It would be lo undertake coaalruellon at 10 present time. The mayor la whig up with another lu- X-atlonu aro thai tho rani will be withheld at least a year, Plans on Foot to Put Sport In Front Ranks in Lethbridge; Big Scheme Includes_All Branches 5 ,n- I'rf J in the' woject They realize that jood sPort 'TT? Ihl moral or a community and build, up a community spirit that ms, undttttood, i> to a Lethbridje ama- TiatL which will have TKH.M.. (From Our own GRASSY LAKE, Jan. A pleasant time was spent liy a number ot young people at the evening Inc mber? In facfihe Junior departim-nt of the association will the j'u'sVkew fliT. Item in mind. If there is anythinj Lelhbridge eW b. iT one- in sport. In Calgary right now organized for Lethbr.dg. can- Lethbridge Qrrintcf Lining Up Likely Next Week ,Inter-lown basketball in the south Is likely to kick oft nest week with a 'game between Lethbridge hoopers and the Cardston Quintet. The plans are helng negotiated now. The Lethbridge team is minus i> number of last winters southern champions, hut the lineup will be a strong one as George JIcKIllop, Wilt Murray, Roger Lund, 0. Snow, form- erly ot the Cardston team, and George Young are available. x "Wilt Murray received a nice pack: age In the nails yesterday from R. Fort in homo on the n inst- when a partj was given In celebration ot the birth- lay of Mr. Fortin's daughter, Stella. and games were the order until 10 o'clock, when a dainly supper was served, after which the guests dls rersed. Mailer Walter Scott also had a partv ot young friends at the home o his mother. Mrs. Charlie Scott. Music games and a fine supper helped t- make a very happy evening for In young people. Old Timers' Dance On Ihe evening of Friday, the 17th Inst, an old-timers dance took place in ihe church ot L-. D. S. A consider- able number were in allendance- sind a general good time was reported oy some who were present. The Rev.'and Mrs. G. II. Barrel! had Ihe joy on Thursday afternoon of welcoming home their son, Gunner Barrett of the" 61st nailery, one of '-he first'of Ihe Grassy Lakc-loys to arrive since the signing ol the armistice. The ladies of Ihe lied Cross Society in G.-assy Lake, while notjaeeting us Our Own Corrfsoondtot) CHAMPION. Jan. The farewell evening given by tho Women's Insti- tute on Friday evening In honor ot Mr. and Mrs. Mills was a most suc- cessful and enjoyable affair, Tho SO guests assembled at In Campbell's hall, which was tastefully decorated wllh {lowers and paper de- signs, and It was apparent from the beginning that the guests were in to' a pleasant evening. the getttng-acouainted cere monies the company settled down trovince. LIEBKNECHT BURIED BEHLIN. Jan. bodies Ol Karl Liebknecut and 33 other mem- bers of the Spartacan group ot Social- ists who were hilled during the recent disorders, were buried in tho ceme lery at Friedrlchsfeldcn, near Berlin, Saturday. The focal bastoteers are: annlousiy awaiting the return of other members of tie old team from the front-, and when they get back the basket gfime is due to boom. MOOSE SPIEL MOOSE JAW, East, Jan. 15tli annussl honspiel ot 'tlie Moose Jaw Curltag ciuli opened at 1 o'clock ivri.' lf> cotton blnders.'lO Mrs. Snowden, SO cotton binders, pair knit soi, pillow cases. 30 P.P. bags 10 bed sos; Mrs. Luke Haisbeck, 35 op stockings, 20 bed pan covers, 11 bed soi; 'Mrs. Geo. Flew, 3 pair py- jamas; Mrs. Minard, 3 pair pyjamas; Mrs. McKay and Mrs. McDougall, 20 P P. bags, 11 pair pyjamas, 0 pair Knit so5- Sirs. McNabb, 2 suits pyjamas, o pair knit sos; Master Donald McNabb i. James Turnbnll, 10 today with a total entry ot 25 outside wringers; Mrs. Miller, 2 pair pyjamas, The Dominions and Barters will clash tonight at 7.30 Iji the live-Pin League. The Clerks Vs. Outlaws -will follow. Tho letgu'e Is going great pins and crowds are watching the njilches. The standine of Ihe fr teams will be published on Wednesday. BASEBALL BOLSHEVISM It was the first Inning at a biseball game between Moscow and Petrograd JOIN THE "Y" FINE CLASSES. SPECIAL CLASS FOR ON MONDAYS WEDNES- DAYS AND FRIDAYS, 6JOO P.M., 8OIENTIF1C INSTRUCTION. CLAME8 FOR YOUNQ MEN AND BOYS, ALL AGES, WagSTLINO AND BOXlNO. ANt) JUNIOR lALt LBAiUEi, VOLLEY BALU FINE SWIMMING POOL AND iHOWIRS. in the bolshevik league. g uaii, Thn and t'.Tp uZ-j-- Btrikes had been called on Tyolf CoK-' ievich. "Strike Ihreeiskl, said Ihe umpire A3 the ball cut the heart of the platotf. TydfY Cabbevich pinned a red flag to his hat and swung ou the umpire's dome for a home run. Torning'to the crowd, he spoke as follows: "Frlenda and fellow bol- sheviki: Hereafter this game will be ilayed without rules: Whereupon tbe crowd cheered and tlllaged the capitalists who were se" ng peanuts, popcorn, chewing and crackerjack. n ueu aui, U.UK- pair pyjamas. 10 T, bandages, 10 low cases; Mrs. Henry, 2 suits py jamas; Mrs. McNevln, 4 pair pyjamas 10 P P. bags, 6 amp. dessing.covers, i TWO WWLJNO ALLEYS POOL WRITINQ ROOM READING ROOM DEBATING IJLUB, Tutldtys. BI8LE CLAM, MEN'8 MEETING, Sun. S p.m. 8TRANOER8 WELCOME AT ALL TIMES. BOYS' DEPARTMENT A SPECIALTY Bean Supper and p.m. will put on H opportunity Tell us what you want) "7 MEMBERSHIP TO RETURNED SOLDIERS. JPLENDID DOflMlTOBY ROOMS HOT AND COtD VtRY MODERATE TERMS CotaE IN AND OET ACQUAINtEO. T bandages; Mrs. Owilliam, 30 T .ses, S bed sdx, 1 Op. stocking Larsen, 10 wringers. 1 face cloth' Mrs. DawEOn. 6 Amp. dressing covers- Mrs. Carruthers, 3 suits py Jaraas; Mrs. F. Johnson. 3 fiuils py- jamas. 10 T. binders; Mrs. Lolwlck. 10 T binders; Mrs. Brooks. 2 suns py- jamas; Misa IS. Gibson. 30 D. P. cov- ers. 10 T. bandages; Miss M. low cases'; Miss Birch, S face W. liolten, 4 .face cloths; Mrs. Hancock, 12 face clolhs; Mrs. Wat JOB Mrs. J. X. Beaubier. who. acted Mrs. A. Joplln, the president ot institute, presented Mrs. Mills. with a beautiful Crown Derby plate. The presentation was. preceded by a speech Jrom Mrs. Beaubler, which was characterized by her .usual abil- ity and taste, and in which she ex- pressed the general regrets of every- way at the near departure of the juests of honor. The Institute as well as tbe community was losing tried nd true friends, and their places would be hard to fill. The best wishes )f everybody will follow them In their uture spheres of activity. Mrs. Mills replied In a sullable sueec-ll which was punctuated by much feeling. The evening was brought to a close [jy an Informal dance, for which Miss Adama and Mrs. A. S. Koberls sap plied Ihc music. Tho gueats depart en shout 1.30 a.m., and the whole eve nine was voted an entire success upon which the officers of the insli- tule are lo be congratulated. Mr. 1-aidlaw, who has been sici tor some days. Is gradually improving. iMr. Milton Moftalt returned 'from Mayor Hardie received a second letter this morning from Secretary Bertrahd ct Ihe Carnegie Foundation, relative to the proposed Carnegie LI- orary for Lethbridge. Alter the lirst letter the mayor wrote Mr. Bertram] pointing out that, if tho Carnegie foundation would advance J25.000 Co- wards a library, llio city- would rta' eavor to advance the remainder.--' _ i bis today. ilO'W Mi'. -Berlrand 'points out that iASTERNj HATS DAP and his bis trip to Winnipeg and reports his pleasure at being hack again In the land of nefrcnial summer. Among those wlio visited Calgary during theiweok are: Mr. and Mrs. Durkee, Mr, and Mrs. Dallon, Mr. and gum BROKE RECORDS LAWTON, Okla., Jan. I.ieut. .0 10 nil-1 loths; Mrs J. O. Jleid, Mr. T. Moortiouse Sir. A. R. noherls. Mr- J. X. Ueaubicr, who was al the U. P. A. convention at Edmonton rarchast only worth ot build- AUTO TIRES OF ALL SIZES By the Famous Haywoo.1 System RE-TREAOING 4. REPAIRING By experienced Workmen. All work guaranteed.iSpcclal Equip- ment tor Rim Cut Repairs. R. D. RITCHIE 208 13th 3t. S. Opp. ElllJOn Itr o face cloths; 'Master Mlss 0 laCC ClOins, 7 face cloths; Miss Florence Cold, z R 10cuoubner pieces shipped lo Calgary on January days. IHe. T. Masto. who has Just return-. cd from overseas, preached at Car-1 mangay on Sunday evening, in Ihe absence of Mr. Telft-r. Mr. Cook took the morning service. Mr. Muslo Is t the parsonage for a few New Radiator Repair Shop OPENED llava boon working on radiat- ors In for 6 months. THE RELIABLE RADIATOR REPAIR SHOP Georne Fartjuharion, Prop. .Rtar "D" The Tailor, 5th SI. S, I3th, 1D15. Robert S. Baker, in n Dehaviland n (a hoped that nu epid H IM llluk cylinder plane, broke all previous rec- orer (hat the ladies will at c ords in a night from Fort Sill to' Oklahoma City last night, when bo made tho 90 rnllca in 20 minutes fiat. or at a speed of 270 miles an hour. It bad been previously announced that his flying time was 22 minutes. O'ROURKE LECTURED KIM9ELF The lato Jim O'Kourke.-when a ball- player, was at times very severe wltli his men, but nlso censured himself, I which is something fesff men do. 13 uttr Mlut lcn., ihe mecllngii again In lull force as the need tor Ihe goods Is allll grcal OCCUPY RAILWAY lAMBTRHDAM, Jan. Hritish acconlins to a report received here today from Berlin, have ad- vancr.-il from Baku and occupied the trans-Cauraaian railroad. The reporl Men is somelMng tea men uo. .trans-Cauraaan rao. Here la the way he U snM to have adds thai Inc British have also pccii- been heard alter making picrl I'etrovak nno Astrakhan, al me We Don't Experiment We Know How ANDY The Radiator Man 418 Filth SlreelS. No Doubt Yoar Ctf Needs Overhauling! WE CAN GIVE YOU SATISFACTION ANO GUARANTEE ALL WORK Youf car will be overhauled under the able supervision of our formerl master mecbaiilc a m car ou c chief eipefl, Mr. Sfodusrt, formerly master mecbai capacity garage in W.n.lreno PALACE GARAGE T. H. RAVEN SECOND AVENUE 1837 C. H. STODOART Matter Mechanic in error: "Mr. o'flonrke, 1 am pained and as- onlsnctl at the hopeless displayed by you In your tuttlc rf.'ort (o (rap that daisy cotter. If you do not quickly Improve the quality of your play It will he necessary for you to retire from your present posi- tion and join a leas pretentious or- ganization. trust I shall not sgain lie compelled lo hrlng ihta matter to your attention." Then the game would lie permitted to proceed. SEATTLE WINS VANCOUVBH, Jan. Seattle defeated Vancouver, to 3, in the Pacific Coast Hockey League. mouth of Ihs Volgda river. IN SIX MONTHS Jan. March, United Slates chiet of staff, Informal Ihe senate military cnmrolt- en totlay Ilial dipping arrangement" 13d been made by which men might he transported -home monthly ind lhal oil of the American, expedi- tionary forcf! could be returned home ami (lemo'nllizeil within six inonthu. IIO.CCO DAMAGES TOUON'TO. .Tan. been delivered by flrat court In appeal of FV I miiliorralrc real estate Hani coal Is pouring Into Winnipeg In largo volume, according to II. W. Crawford of thn ChlnooK Coal Co., who has been In tlio Manitoba capi- ta! during tho past week looking tnU) the