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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 1, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta six THE LETHBR1DCE DAILY HERALD MONDAY, MARCH 3, 1919 "BRINGING UP FATHER' By G. Mc-Mamis' AND SAKE WHERE HAVE YOU BOYS BEEN-IN A WRECK? BEEN A NAMED "DUCAT- S' AKL HAVE A -SCRATCH ON'YOURfACE-HAVE YOU BEEK P WITH A MAN NAMED DUC.AN? NO- SVE A MIX-L'P WITH A oys. J -Aa4 don't torget either that on Friffaky next the sport en- thusiasts of the city will meet T.-ita Judge Jackson in the chair to organize an athletic association g all sports in Leth- Friday evening, remea- DEFftT TUBER FOR EARLY BASEBALL The -castom of buying bsll players dates bock to the early 'SCs. Although the deals and prices paid ivera not as large as at the present time, it may interest eorne of the present day fans to retail some of" the famous deals ot early days, as Ufe old-time records Eho-.v. They created much interest then and the press ol tbat decade bad Gunner West Fam- ily Proud Record in _ Confiict (From Our Own Correspondent) ELCAN, Feb. Dur.'ng the week we have had tho pleasure of wclcom- Local Holders Six Rinks Will fry to Lift it Tonight jump from team to team. havin? been transferred to the trench and was also attached to the Chicago started something !n 1S76, services for a Ume. the opening year of the National Ica- The Cadillac Cup had been here two menl. and docs not expect to get back such a row in baseball ttiat teams bad to buy players r.tcr.V 'Ye see, I've a bran nev, bottle o' whisky In -ma -pouch an' I've lost the The even log'passed off very nicely the following artiets contrlbuline to the muftieal part of the eutertainmcnt, Jlesdames Itertord. Myers. Miss Fer- guson, Messrs. Fuller, Hughes, Thom- as and D. llowells. Where are Auslrlnns going, is n' question that is belug asked, aa thero are only. about four left now, whereas the largest part of the miners here were corcposert of men ot that nationality. Some have gone north to their farms, and others are await- ing permission to proceed back to their native land. The mines here are practically at a standstill tor want of orders. mmmm (From Our Own Feb. Kdftr- villc. a miner employed "auadiaii collieries, received slight 4m- uric-s by a 'a'J of while uL work Tuesday. Mr ,anj Mrs. Stafford, who at ouu time resided In I.clhbridge. bave lakeu up their abode In Btalruoce. Mr. Stafford Is at present A. Moreney in (he auto repair that. Tua heavy EUOW storm and very cold weather which commenced on Saturday last sttll and has hardly abalfd In tho least since Ihat time, i Tlio ladies of tho Anglican ohurch. lllalrmore, will lie-Id a whist drivo in Oddfellows' hall on Monday night nut and they aro preparing for a. largo crowd. Owing to the severe weather tho hockey match betwctn (ho fila'.rmore and Uellevuo Oddfellows' whlcb was to hava been ulayed on, Friday nlgln has been postponed. A. J. Morency is at present laid up with blood poison in ths knee. McDonald, Eecretiry of tin lo- cal U.MAV. of A., who has at- tending the miners' convention at Cal- gary, returned on Thursday morning, J. Howe leaves for Ciliary to- night to attend ancnher metrical board and will remain (herd for a few days. llth, and Shephi scored on the last end. I Tatar. L i Wile-man I Rcbiuson [Ross Henderson, -skip...... Bellegmeier j Patterson Beard ilahon, Crawford Andrews Maraoch Mc.Vabb, .skip Carberry Shepherd, Totals..., SO YY i. Ynlom cornea next, in line with challenge and will play ;ch itmf- Macleod' follows: them, and'will -be here atjVulV.au on TUBS-' ..12 ..26 uu, 1tta Miu ILe bracing air. of The Detroit club paid o large sum hw wrought nrtanso for the better that could not be expected of ;d atmosphere of Britain. sen of 1SS5. The "big Ban i A social evening and dance was gtv- Broulhers. Hardy nlchardson, Jim'tn in his honor on Monday, evening (or IhejfrancS-ise and p.layers of tho Buffalo team at the end of the sea- ]llle iuml( White and Rowe, were' secured. The Tigers, however, had to .wait un- til 1SS7 to win their first National league pennant. The Bcston'club wan land the last. Mr. Berford again being the of- ficial spokesman appointed to express the go-d feeling of our his rtturn. We may say in pass-ing West has Just cause of National leirae-'ptwaift-'.br.m? and proud of the record of the tam- Chicago "ipjr -paying ily of wtiich he Is a member, having er Mlke.lOat three brothers killed in action. AUTO TOES OF ALL SIZES VULCANIZED By the Fnmoua Haywoci System RE-TREADING 4 REPAIRING By experienced Workmen. work guaranteed. Special Equip- ment (or Rim Cut Ilepalnk R. D. RITCHIE 20B 13th St. S. Opp. Elllion Mlllt tFrtim Our Own Correspondent) NODLBFOHp, Mar. recent heavy but welcome1 snorv storms have kept affairs a little quiet during the past week, causing tho postponement I of the entertainment, which was to havo been. given- by the Girls' club. Thik will take place at an early date, though the exact time' baa not been, retlleil. A Rtst. Room The meeiingYof ;UiQ.Woman's Tnsll- been held at the hoine bf Mrs. Gilbert, was held, in- stead in the there_ was an lent alieiidance cDnsidering the TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE COLD WEATHER by havtog your Urea fixed and tixed so you know they 'arc righl.. SETWICE'OUR MOTTO TIRE SERVICE CO. Schulfz and-Nee! (Formerly Palace Vulcanizing Works) J Opposite No. 1 Fire HalT 'MONTREAL, March defeat- ing Ottawa fn the third game in the play-off for the Xational Hockey League chainpionEhip'by S to 3 at the Jubilee rink Saturday, nignl, the Can- adiens practically won the title and earned toe right to travel to the Pac- ific coast to play for the historic Stanley cup. Stark ...116.158 141 163 ,W. Jloore 182 190 181 15S 903 ToUfc 298; 358 322 327 Local hocVey circles are once more ..150 187 114 1S4 201-896 "fe- The proprietors of j r ..194 193 173 201 big rink have fixed tip a hockey jj .__ __1______ by boarding In a certain area aftd [r 3W 385 137.150 190 Thursday it is expected that rtpiH .'.163 172 172 -160 833 Coalburst will come In for a return ________________________ match with the senior team. This Totals..291 322 350 receive good support frota the McGOOHTY TO BOX IN UONOON March ly, the American lirht-heavyweinht, now in United States army, was We PoXt Fix ftadiatori, We Repair Ttem The Repair Stop George Farquharaon, Prop. Rear "D" The Tailor, St. S. Pitcher Clirieson of Chicago. "Here was another big Kelly and got place. In ISIS in Dur.Iap a rx played t tar the t t_ ,.'M T V? Dualap bad Tuesday evening id hand to "Andy inow lives in Johnson Addition. Ho returned home on Friday lhe 14th, to- gether with "Sandy Macfadgyn." The- se, in wfilch he expressed the happiness ot the people of Coal City H 'f00 Welcoming home another of our gal- bonus, he was fa top price lant -t. Sandy MaoTadgyn out, too, and Another -bljs deal during the season v lhe en, h' of 18S7 was the purchase of the SI. Louis iJIaroons for by the In- dianapolis team, which Joined the Na- tional league that season. one, reminding one of the 'alory that "McDonald'1 the Canadian baritone loM at the 1917 Chaukmqua: "A regi- rnant of Hle'lVnders had the order (o r T, r, t- i en arse, ana away iney went, wnuriuw- Et Loms Browns sold five players of, to casualties from machine fhu ttiitra rvf-14Ci, awil V, "7 gun fire, the officer In command the champion (or matched today to box Seaman Arthur season ot 3SS7. on March 13. time a bout was At the same between Carathera and t {18 S6, an ij at the close or the j Pitchera Fcrutz'uad the _________D_ _....... to Brooklyn in of the'Tl s7army, and i tion. Bill Gleason, shortstop, and Curt mer in the middleweight division 1 Welch, fielder, were sold to the Ath- TIijg w.g the 6aie on icher Bushong went.nml ODe 'Sandy standing e American assoda- The sayS( dinna ye lie doon, roon" 'I rallher not, il ye dinna says Sanrty. why ,bolin6 lourmlmenti snd ..Boy.. ..U2 :1SO 150 Scbweit- Mr ....161 158 7S6 172 US 152 1S7 H ''_______ _ _ ____ 'il 352 293 310 dtltens. DAVIS CUT GAMES FOR THIS DUFFY ANO WELLING TO BATTLE BENNY LEONARD 1XJ3 Leonard, lightweight champion, will box Jimmy DuTy in Buffalo, the last -week In March, according to announcement by record at this stage. GIBBONS WOULD MEET O'DOWD SPORT CARNIVAL Of THE FUTURE Army life has kept Mike middleweight title high and dry -tlcally ever since he won the honors from Al McCoy, Ibo erstwhile Wng ot shock absorbers. Rut when Michael who drove lor American, gets out of khaki he Is gging to find French, British and Italian gen- plenty of trouble on hia trail. erals. Frirst Number on tho race between, Gibson, his manager, here Fri-1 announccrcenl lhat one SU'xa Gibbons, manoen- Mar. 3. Great Britain Iras a challenge for the Davis lawn tennis cup, It was announced today. diy night Gibson aiid be also haul t who once announced that lio Ths CTi Davis International Tennis accepted an offer for Leonard to meet I early date. 1 Xo suitable boxer has been found here to meet Leonard, Gibscn said, M EASTERN I If CAPS trophy at N'ew York In July 19H. The American team which was defeated by the gained of the cup by a win over thi Knglfsh team at In July 1913. In' LODMAN MOORE throuih with the ring, has changed mind, will give O'Dowd something worry about. j'X Otbbons has alwnys ranked as one of Ibe Ercatcst middiewBlghts In business. He has met and defeated dozens of opponents and has made more money In the ring than the aver- age sees, but he has never been officially slamned us a champion, vros in gigantic lank or natural SUPERIOR, a the event lhat Great Britain's Plttsburg bantamweight, Friday Bight challenge Is accepted the match will (had the better of Roy Moore In a ten- bS the Intcmallonal rnett since round bont, according to a majority the beginning ot the ivar. No Doubt Your Nferlj Overhauling! CAN GIVE YOU SATISFACTION AND GUARANTEE ALL WORK Ymr car will be overhauled under1 the able supervision nt our cMcf expert. Mr, Btorfdarl, formerly master mechanic of a 300 car capaciiy garage in Winnipeg of renown success. CHARGES MODERATE PALACE GARAGE T. H. RAVEN SECOND AVENUE SOUTH-PHONE 1837 C. H STODDART Matter Mechtnltf of those al the ringside. CHARLIE MOLL IS PRESIDENT REOltfA, SasV., Mar. Weatem Canada Ilasebatl lav- i't gue was reorganized at a meat- In? here with teams In four o'Ues, Winnipeg, KM- and .Manse Ja'.r. Ohirlos Moll, of Winnipeg was elect' and be Is cherishing the ambition to KEtfume Uie middleweight throne be- fore he grows tco old to perform In a 16-foot arena. As a boxing Instructor In Ibe army, Gibbons has kept In shape, and although he Is to hnvn grown A bit heavier In the sen-Ice, there Is little doubt about his ability to get into prime condition on short notice, for he has always been a clean liver and bo has lost none of his dinning. WHh Gibbons ready to do a come- back, and his brother Tommy suscep-. tiblft 'o the charms of being A mid- dleweight champion If lui could mafco' the wefglit, O'Dowd will find all ho wants In the way of opposition right at liome In St. Paul. Hut lie will flUo find others camping close to his trail, for Harry flrcb, George Chip and nome Third Boxing conlwt be- Iwecn'lightweight champions .or British and American arm- J 'lea. Fonrth Airplane race be- tween famous aces of Iho 4 clourla. con- lest by soldiers. catting compell- Q Infantry corriptn- ies. over 4 obstacles, betwcn Brlilih, 4 Frencri tanks. 4 4 tour. 41 nuy among the aUlt'd soldiers fy Q and marines. of Miters' urchase of hogs by children through he Merchants Bank. This was allow- ed to stand over lo a future meeting. The question of the1 Lyceum circuit which wan unset the "flu" epidemic Is also being dealt with by a committee aud an announcement may be expected shortly. The'next j meeting will bo held at the homo of >Irs. Gilbert, weather permitting, anil likes place on Thursday, Jlarcii 27. Mfntbcra arc also reminded of lhe convention taking, place in Calgary, March H to H. J The Ladles' Aid will meet at the: home of Mrs. TioMrth on Thursday, next, March 6th. The local K.P.'s have arranged a series of three concerts during thu coming months, The