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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 29, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta 1 PACE SIX THE LETHBRIDOB DAILY UEIULD WKDXKSDAY. JANCAIIY 20, "BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McManus M tiO R.K.V OEftR COT I CCW-OM'T WAX THE OFFICE ILL.TEU- HER I WOZ. ETMN THE OFFICE- The desire on the part of citizens as a whole to support any scheme which will nut spcrt to the fore in the coming summer. With, that feeling pervading the community results will follow. ill Have To Be One of First Things Settled Before Plan can Succeed Much Interest is being evinced by the athletically inclined .over the proposal to form z central Emateur sport association In Lclh- bridgt to foster all, sports d urine ths corning sumnr-tr, with a Vhrw to putting some good old games on their feet once more- The luggestlon which first appear- ed in print has found a rtndy response, and s njmber of business signified "their intention of getting behind ths project. Just how to go about the organ- ization of such a body the first though .really the first" consider ground's. What 'irauhrft. catt bt 'secured. Many are in favor of curing a lease on Eckstorm .Park while others think Henderson Park should be the only athletic park to be considered. Those Tn favor of the latter point.tq' the fact that ?ny improvements there would permanent while sporting events OR the Henderson Park would materially'aid street railway revenues. Those in favor of the down town psrfc de- clare it would be uWless to at- tempt a revival of sport In a new park far from the city. Get all the different games establish- ed first, they cay, and then con- sider the question of transferring to the take park. But it would be absolutely useltM In their Ton toVerfdeavor to establish-both sport and a new athletic park at fcanve time. arriving at tome means of establishing a central organiza- tion maViy feet that the folTowers of trie various games should hold at which the plan would be and delegates to a centrw meeting The main thing, however, Is that there ti> a well defined Not Going To Held Down to Small Visit Erie- and France 'From Our Ow CARDSTOX Jan. 2S. was B Set Record But Scores Are line death al the local hospital yesUnlay of rue of the ranchers from the .N'orth -Milk River on the American slrte of Take Two From The Outlaws recovery, fie was brought hospital on Saturday at KANSAS CITY, Mo., Jan. Tei Rictard, who has signed for a contest for the heavyweight boxing honors, Kansas City'last night for Tetas. Rickatd said he will start soon on ._ a trip that him to all prospective scenes ot the possibly to France and England- Bnsiness Men and the Tigers clash tonight m their first encounter which promises to be a lively oue. This game will be the third game ol the series for the Ewart Cup. The Tiger anticipate a hard set game and will turn out wiih a full hat- tery. la the Junior Leagae the Eng- lish and the United Churclies will a also. This league has teen one ol Eurprlses ot the series and tonight's same will not ha an ex- ception. Everybody is specially re- quested to attend this game and view a good clean decisive battle between the respective teams. No further seems that Mr. Peters while rtfinK the range discovered Mr. Peter Ctbclle under hfs wagon which had ___ nvrriurnen upon lilm while he was JEOing with n load of posts to repair Though the Dominions list night I fence. The injured man was rescued came a Iocs way from smashing anyflroni his perilous position ami rushed records in the number ot pins toppled, to the Cardston hospital. He was they aid set one record iu the Five (found to be very badly injured. EJotli Pin League by taking three straight i i legs broken, also an ami aud such in- from the Barbers, the first time since jteraal injuries as gave small hope Cnr scfcedute started that any team has turned the trick. Otherwise [he scores j were generally lov, the Dominions' j and was given all the attention yos- 219 in their first game being high for'sible' Hoverer, he did: not long sur- (he They won hy a margin ine tcrrihJe injuries and died on of 43 pins on the threa games. Hopper j Monday afternoon. The remains were for the Barhers put up high total with I laken auto to Bror.-nlng for ship- nsent to his people iu .the Stales. 'The local hospital has had a num- ber of appendicitis cases lately. Mr. Jas. Hadfield, Mr. E. J. Ivins and Jav C. DrovTd are the gentlemen who hive been (here for.Uiia trouble dur- iinS Past I-TO weeks'. Messrs. Hail- Tield and Irins are two of Carrtston's retired ranchers who have large In- terests in this district 'and' Mr. J. C. Krown Isifrom Hill Spring where he Is farming. Mtss Jean Walker is also a local pa- while high single honors were div- ided between Rowan and Kennedy with 5-t each. The scores: Barbers 1st Coleman Mulvahill Hopper !nd 26 V) 24 4S 3S 3rd Tot. SO 175 Dominions 1st 2nd (From Our Own MACLEOD, Jan. Farm lands in tbhe Macleod district have made a good start lor the spring and lUo coming season, ami is all the more effective when it is known that the buyers are all men who are very well acquainted with the land that Is being bought, and are satis- fied to pay the price for farming land Iu Ihc noted Maclcod district, A black of eight hundred acres changed hands on Saturday, at per acre, it is straight wheat grain land, with nearly half of It ready for crop tills year, plenty of -Ti-atcr, and la located only a love miles north of Macleod. Lying a little north east of Macleod. another half section sold for per acre, with liajf ready for crop, and nearly tbe balance broken. Comfortable farm buildings, good wat- er, and an easy market helps ihese Tragic conditions exist In llie icr rilory adjacent to Iho I'uromosl branch of the C. H. as a result of the jioor service given, by the railway company in providing but one train a week over ttie line. Two instances f to represent Canadian labor ,it peato I'cmveiitioQ. In ParU, have been refus- ed Mr. J. C. Wallers, former of Iho Dominion Trades auj Lal-or I'ongresi. AclLug on behalf of tlM t'oagress etocuthe, Mr. Tom Moore, preildeut. Las turned down Mr. Wnt- request to go to Europe as one of the consresi represenUUrev Uut Mr. Walters Is not worrying, "I'm ing he told the Citizen today. "end thfs afternoon 1 am leaving fcr Ixjndoa as ihe lirst choice of tlio Trados aud Labor of Canada. aa fraternal ilelejato lo the later- national Labor Peaco Congress." An ex Ira ordinary situation now arises from tha actions of tho former and the pretent heaJa of the 11 urn la- ion Congress, Mr. Mooro, who retui'ii- to OllEiva from Toronto and Nia- gara Falls, this morning, saya that luo delegaies invited, to reprefenl Canada. These two arc n! ready iherc in the persons of iMcsBra. P, M. Drap- er. of Ottawa, and Cu stave Franeq, ot Montreal, and credentials for them have been IssueJ. Mr. Watlm de- clares that he will RO anyway, credou- tfais or no credentials as the rholcu of the Quebec and ronventlons of tlic and Congress. Mr. Waiters vras nuttfled by Mr. Moore on .lanuary 4th that he wouM be requested lo leave New York on (January with Samuel Coniper.s. j head of the A. F. oE and parly to j nttcnd Ihc pongc cor.veiiliou. Mr. Wm- ter.i was in Sydney it the lime. He pays he conlil not got a train till the j night of Uio 6th, and couUl not read; j New York until the He wired Mr. Moore lhat It vrould TJO Impossible to j make arrangc-hieiits to go on such 1 short notice. Mr. Mooro promptly is- credentials lo Messrs. Ftancq have been brought to the attention ol 1 Draper, and the former left on tho The Herald this week which testify j Slh for Kurope. Mr. Draper was. al- to the bunlena of great in convenience ready in England. antl actual unhajinlnCES and misery J Walters says: "Mr.. Moore re- which the lack of service has inflict- 1 turned today and refused to ed upon the people resident in country. that j necessary credentials, on the j that he has already given two. I ask- Mr. Moore to give me credentials lands to sell. Several small blocks A. P. Gerke, ot _ land have changed owners lately, and evc> was compelled lo bring his wife i an'l leave it to the labor conference nil 'are preparing lor a hig crop in Into the hospital at LcUihrWgc surfer- j id decide it Canada could send Ihrco Ing severely from internal delegates." After p. SIMrile trip overland, the wo-! "nut nm EOing said Mr. man was placed on the train, wlilcli j Wallers, "and am leaving this afler- the coming season of 1913. A crowded bouse greeted the Burns' concert Monday night, and a good programme was given, especially the rendering of very high class music by Prof. Xoale, on the piano, anil violin. At the smoker given by the new board ot trade in the lown hall Tues- day evening, a pleasant Unr; was had. in music, song, speeches, and a regular free and easy time was spent by the business men and oihera who enjoyed a get together, and dlscussetl ways and means for the growth of business in Macleod. The railway to ihe south was discussed, Wffletls Kennedy Hatch...... Gunn...... lient Whose trouble is the pan I EOUth !rd Tot rrent, appendicitis. ThJs youns ladv asking the government wall known, n Clerks Take The Clerks annexed two out i :n the Pharniscv for some- time past. Her condition is reported 99 tsvorably. Mr. HaJiield and Jlr. Brown are very favorably and may 219 1S9 be leaving far their ho.nes in the 1 day o; so. 26 35 Sail Death three from the Outlaws hy taking the j There was a sad death reported to second and third by wide margins, j Mr. Adam ilendry wire on the 22nd The Outlaws grabbed the first hy 25; inslant when he was Informed lhat hi3 pins. The Clerta however 110 j mother had died on lhat date. The ar- vrord has .been received regards the I game Cardston and Leth-1 bridge bat it ia hoped to be staged franks the 6th or Tth of February. up on the three games. Stokes of the Clerks had high total with J4G and high single with 6S. The scores: Outlaws WINS TOROTTO, Jan. defeated Toronto tonight, 2 io 1, in the X. H. A. Fitzpatrick Carberry Freestone Jennings Totals 32 2nd 30 25 13 rangemeiits were at once made to go by car to the Great Northern so as to reach Utah, for the funeral sen-Ices. There are Messrs. 3rd Tot.) Adam. Thomas. William and Jame.3 eerre a largo number at farm- era in the shipping of their grain, and stock, also the receiving of their fuel occupied a space of eight hours in'noon for London, and "thence for the reaching the city. During lhal time conference, which will likely be hcM the woman suffered intensely. Her j" husband was compelled lo leave his children alone lo accompany her in the cily. Having to here until the operation was over and he was MINIMUM PRICE HOGS WASHINGTON', Jan. price of n hundred nourids assured of Ins wile's safety, lie mlsceJ for hogs for the month ol February the train bacl-, which meant a unanimously .agreed 'upon ..tpthy in town of .over a vreck, as he was unable lo get back until this week's train. Tticro being but one mail en ihc line each week, he has been un- able to nolify his ciii.'drcn .is lo condition of tlielr mrithpr. Another Is that of Audi. wbo was by Ihe hog committee meeting at' thu food l to bring his _ when n doctor from and supplies. Jlr. Peters ,Wac present I Warner, there being no and told tho meeting what bad done along the line of irrigation for this district, and if the farmers anil town people worked together, some- thing could accomplished. War Lethbrldge (old him ihat lh .-.e woman j would have lo be brought in immedi- ately. The woman "was so weak ulien she arrived that she possessed scarce- trophies as asked for by some of enough strength to go through the liars, was a subject that met with I operation liiat was necessary, great approval, and the executive was A good doal of cuch misery undoubt- instructed to move strong in the niat-'edly could he obviated, tho settlers ter. The next regular meeting will he believe, u-ere there more frequent AUTO TIRES OF ALL. SIZES VULCANIZED By llie Famous Hnywoo.1 SvEtcm RE-TREAOING REPAIRING Hy experienced Workmen, All work guaranteed. Special Equip- ment for Him Gut nepalra. R. D. RITCHIE 203 13th Si: S. Opp. Ellison Mills hold at an early date, of which due notice will be given. Tlie A. P. P. has been busy n-Jth aulo owners nnd has given them a few train son-fee provided flu IMs branch. The fooii administration announced onjthal PresMcnl Wilson niEncd a proo- jHendiy rwiiicnl here who aro sons ,t3ys to wear new onil 1-104 iof tho deceased lady. They are well) their autoa, atler Ihe time given to' bmallon In Paris on January i throaghout the Cardston dis-ihim, the extra costs will he In tlielmoving restrictions on Ihe ra'anutact- and will nave the sympathy oil court. 22 a circle oi friends here in this i bereavement. 187 Hi The local Lyceum C'ommfllee al JOIN THE "Y" FINt 8YISNASIUM, REORGANIZED CLASSES. SPECIAL CLAM FOR MEN ON MONDAYS. WEDNES- AND FRIDAYS, P.M, SCIENTIFIC INSTRUCTION. CLASSES FOR YOUNO MEN ANfj' BOYS, ALL AQES. WRESTLING AND BOXING, SENIOR AND JUNIOR BASKET BALL LEAGUES, VOLLEY BALL, FINE SWIMMINO POOL AND SHOWERS. TWO BOWLING ALLEYS POOL TABLE WRITING ROOM READING ROOM CLUB, tuetdjys. IBLE CLASS, MEN'S MEETINQ, Sun. 5 p.m. STRANGERS AT ALL TIMES, BOYS' DEPARTMENT A SPECIALTY Bean Supper and 6.00 p.m. Other XctlvltlM will put on M opportunity Tell ui what ydu warttl FUEE MEMBERSHIP TO RETURNED SOLDIERS. SfLENOID DORMITORY ROOMS MOT AND COLC SHOWERS VE51Y MODERATE TERMS COME IN AND GET ACQUAINTED, i Clerks 1st !nd JIaynard M 50 Xeeds........ 30 -IS Ellinghau-en 42 Oolc......... 21 Stokes........ 32 6S Totals....... 162 22D Canhton a haril proposition fpr 3rd Tot btg bvent. The lecture of S. CoNb. There was not suf- EiTcs to advertSEB In the outtying districts and scarcely time to Delegates to the big farmers' con- vention Jn Bdmontoa report a large attendance, and much business which Ihey think will he for Ihe benefil ot the' fanner, I lire ol so-called near beers. 76 CARPENTIER IS CRIPPLED i do much In However, Ihere a goot' to greel :the famous war corrcsponi'ent but not largo is it would been Inner crmrllllons. Jfary Ot the 1 town are Hlill careful of large New Radiator Repair Shop OPENED Have been workitig on radiat- ors In Iietbbrldge for 6 months. THE RELIABLE RADIATOR REPAIR SHOP Gcorgs Farquharson, Prop, Rear "D" The Tailor, 5th S. We Don't Experiment We Know How ANDY The Radiator Man 418 Fifth Street S. whoso naiic has been coupled with that of Jack Demfiacy as leading can dirlatea for (he opportunity to meet Jess "VVIHard next July In the cham- pionship raatch v.-hich he h cd lo lighl, is oul of the cording to William II. Ilobertson, spoHtrig eiperl, who recently returned from Fi ,1 wor C01" al The police tried lo prevent! dlHoii thit many expected. tne ,rom iu ,uw It sccmj n moil unusual, yes, even; lfio lm.n hal] b t n the aside. Otherelso there was no! las contract- this locality Twlco within anywhere In Belfast during! running, ac- "T! the ocal drug store proclamation was Issued today] lord mayor calling upon cm-j ployees of the Belfast corporation lo ANDERSON NOT TO QUIT PLAYIN3 BASEBALL a ot reports lo Ihe con- the packing cason. During the wee hosnlials small houri of Monday morning, the plate glass window .which was crack- ed fn two places no as to form n piece, afforded an oppor BAR ALIEN ENEMIES VANCOUVER, Jan. 28.- A motion submitted to Iho city council last No Doubt Your Car Needs Overhauling! WE CAN GIVE YOU SATISFACTION AND GUARANTEE ALL Your car will be overhauled under the'aWo chid expert, Mr. Sloddart, formerly master mechanic of capacity garage In Winnipeg of success. CHARGES MODERATE n of our 2M car PALACE GARAGE T. H, RAVEN Manager SECOND AVENUE 1837 C, H. STODDART Master Mechanic to retire frpm game. An- Is goin? lo try In malic gool with Ihe Giants agiiin, anil lit should lail will aeck a berth with annther mn- jor loamie Antlerpr.n is i a rionliM and hi.> fritnls expf-clcd him to slart pratlitlng in his liorna town, tut ho [.refers lo play hall [or a few more he says, A linen Industry, capitalized at (o tie cataiilljhed "nomo- 'pshtru in western to take care ihe present flax acreage in lliat end of Ihe src-rlncc. LABOR QUESTION TO FORE PARIS, Jan. American. lo trn peacs confer- it ZWZZTS, has decided to keep the question of labor to tho fore as far as possible ir! the con- ferences here. WHson and Col. E, M, Houac arrang- ed for a meeting of American labor to be held formulate the program to bi ed. inme limn nl ICMI to all suhjecu or ft'lizenn of Ccrmany ami her alile-.s in Iho recent world struggle, READY FOR SIGNATURE WASHINGTON, Jan. lejiilatlve attlon was taken loday by congress on the administration bill appropriating re- quested by President Wllion for famlle relief. The report was adopted by both tenale and house without drfcate, and tht meaturt now god to the presi- dent lor approval Palace Vulcanizing Works One Block West of I.clhbrldgo Hotel. RETREADING, BLOWOUTS, HIM CUTS. Palace Vulcanizing has a numoer of retreadcd tires of all makcfi and sizes; Also a largo assortment of tulioa for sale. Come fn and look over. SERVICE STATION Attention, Motorists >ery tii colj Your baUerr lul nlltnlion durlnx weather. Our Department will for your tst- (ery and ttoro during (hB whiter ni reasonable M our op to doto Ilaltery Station. !1f rifi Stretf 8, phon. (n A Can of Radiator Neverleak Will Fix That Leaky, Radiator. TRY IT ONCE AND END YOUR FOR SALE BY BAALIM MOTOR Co. BACK OR UNION BANK THROW YOUR OLD TIRES ANO TUBES OUR RED CROSS BOX ;