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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 3, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta TIIE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ^[ONDAY, MARCH 3, 1919 The THE SPORT RODEO Taber basketeers, senior and Junior, will be here tonight, the seniors to play a schedu/ed game with the local representatives in the Southern Alberta Basketball League. The locals had a workout on Saturday night and are determined to win this game on the home floor, wishing to keep within striking distance of Stirling. A large crowd is expected to see tlie game. SiVlMlNS AGAIN WIN FROM IvCthbrkipe ienl going to go thrcush .inotlier winter without a good ice rink it wo have to move down part of Edmonton to get the necessary 'atmospliere.' That is going to bo one c; tlie things the sport association to be formed next Friday ijight will dJ for this city it" it is at all possible. OEFEA m FOR CADILLAC C FAMOUS DEALS IN EARLY BASEBA S BACK FROM IR Gunner West Home-His Family Has Proud Record in ... ConQict Take Five in Row With 168 Pin Margin-Another Local Duo Beaten By taking fivo straight games on Saturday night, Shover and Branfi put themselves In an almost unbeatable position in 'the ten-game match with Stark and Bill Moore of Barons, liarlng a lead of 168 pins with which to invade the town of thd Wheat Barons. Lethbridge 'howlers won hy 46 In the first, 22 in the second, 31 in the third, 5S In the fourth, and afteir Barons yras 80 pins ahead In the fifth frame of the last game, both the locals stepped out for 201, winning out by 11 plnfl. f coal while lit work on Tuesday. .Mr .and Mrs. Wm. Stafford, who at oni' time resided in l,ethbridgo, have talcon up llieir abode in Blairmoro. Mr. Stafford l.i at prosont asRlstilnB A. Moroncy In the auto repair shop. ' The iioavy snow storm and very cold weather which coinmencod on Saturday lant Htlll continuoa and ha;i liardly abated in tho least since that time. 'iho ladicH of tho Anglican ohiirch, Hlairmore. will Iudd a whist drive lii the Oddfollcws' hall on Monday night next and they are preparing for a large crowd. Owing lo lh(� severe weather llii^ hockey match betwetn tho I11a\rmi)ri^ and Bollovuu Oddfello>s's' which was lo havtt been played on Friday night lias been postponed. A. ,1. Moroncy is at prosout laid up with blood poison in the knee. Rod McDonald, secrotnry ot the local U.M.W. of A., who has been attending tho minena' convention at Calgary, returned on Thursday morning. \V. .1. Howe leaves for Calgary tonight to nttond another raiSdlcal board and will remain there for a few days. jup.'P from team to team. Chicago started something in 1S7G. the opening ye.ir ot the National lea-puo. and stole Al Spalding. 'Idtcher; .I.irves White, catcher; Ross Barnes, .'econd baseman, and Cal McVty. first ' baseman, .'rom the champion Boston team of 1S7."). They were known as This deal created � i scored on the last end. I Taber. Lethbridge. Lethhrldge needs hockey to round out the winter sport season. Let's do something to get it for the boys. And don't forget either that on Friday evening next the sport enthusiasts of the city -nill meet with Judge Jackson in tiie chair to organize an athletic association eaibracing all sports in Leth-hridge. Friday evening, remeia-ber. Stark ...116 .W. Moore 182 Totals .298 (Lethhridge- Shover .. 150 X^mlB ...194 168 190 141 1R9 181 1,58 199- 703 192- 903 358 322 327 391-169G E HOCKEY NOW U'ildman Rc'binson Ro.ss Henderson. skip...... Bellegmcior Patterson Beard Mahon, 6kip...... Crav.-ford Andrews .Marnoch McNM)b, -skip_____ Carberry � ".jning.-. Shepherd, skip ... such a rcrw in baseball that teams had to buy players afterward. The Detroit club paid a largo sum for theyfranch'ise and players of the Buffalo team at tho end ot the sea-?cn of ISSo. The 'big four," Dan . .14 ; Urouthers, Hardy Uichanl.=on. Jim Waito and W. Rowe. were secured. The Tigers, however, had to wait until ISS7 to win their first National league pennant. ..12 I The Boston club wanted to land tho Totals........20 Totals ment, and does not expect to get back to civil Ufa until (he bracing air of Alberta has wrought a change for the betrter that could not be expected ot the humid atmcsphere ot Britain. A social evening and dance was given in his lienor on .Monday evening last, Mr. Berford again heing the official spokesman appointed lo express !he gocd feeling of our citizens at his sRie rtturn. Wo may say in passing that Gunner West has just cause ot being proud of Uio record ot the tatu- Vulcan comes next in lino with a challenge and ^^^li iikely play on .Mon^ day night. Macleod follows them,: ings and will he here or at Vulcan on Tues- '� deal created as much of a day. National league'peunant-In 18S7 and . .28 I startled the' ba.scball world by paying ily of which he is a member, having " $10,000 to Chicago far Catcher Mike lest three brothers killed in action,! Kelly, IN'S INSME AI NOBLEFORDil (From Our Own Correspondent) NOBLISFOliD, .Mar. 1.-The recent heavy but welcome snow storms have kept affairs a little tiulet during tho past week, causing tho pastponemont ot the enlerlnlnment which was lo liave been given by tho Girls' dub. This will take place at an early date, tliough the exact time has not been !:ettlod. A Rest Room The meeting .ot the Woman's Institute which was tojiave been held at the liomo of Mrs. Gilbert, was held Instead in the hotel, when there was an AUTO TIRES OF ALL SIZES VULCANIZED By tho Famous Haywood S.vsteni RE-TREADING & REPAIRING By experienced Workmen. All work gnnrnntoed. Special Etjulp. ment for Rim Cut Repairs. R. D. RITCHIE 208 13th SL 8. 0pp. Ellison Mills TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE COLD WEATHER by having your tiros fixed and fixed so you know thcv arc right, - SERVICE OUR MOTTO TIRE SERVICE CO. Schultz and Neel (Formerly I'alacc Vulcanizing Worlcs) Opposite No. 1 Fire Hail who helped the White Stock- two others wounded and one other bro-, excellent attendance considering tho to win in 1SK5 aud:-lS86. This ther "Syd" being still on active ser-1'nclomoncy of tho weather. The In- 1 J ANAOIENS WIN sensation vice with the C.A.M.C. He also lost iat that 'time as some ot-th.e present one hrother-ln-la\y on the first' suh-! day sales and trades. Boston rfld not, marine sunk after war Was declared. -E MONTREAL, March 2.-By defeating Ottawa in the third game in the play-off for the National Hockey League championship by G to 3 at tho Jubilee rink Saturday night, the Can-adiens practically won the title and earned the right to travel to the Pacific coast to play for the historic Stanley cup. McGOORTY TO BOX IN LONDON LONDON, March 3.-Eddie McGoor-ty, the American light-heavyweight, now in the United States army, was matched today to box Seaman Arthur Towuley on March 13. -Vt tho same time a bout was arranged between land the pennant with King Kelly, the $10,000 beauty, as he wag calletl by tho press. Boston wanted the pennant badly and as the club had plenty ot money in 1888 $10,000 vras paid for Pitcher Clairkson ot Chicago. Here w-as another big sensationi Kelly and Clarkson worked hard that season, but Boston got no higher than 'fourtli place. In 18?8 the Detroit club paid Fred Dunlap a bonus ot $2000 for sighing with Pittsburg. I>unlap had played first base for the champion Tigers In 1887. Pittsburg paid him $5000 and. with $2000 bonus, ho was.a top price player. Another big deal during the season of 1887 -was the purchase ot the St. Louis Maroons for $12,000 hy the Indianapolis team, which joined the National league that season. Manager Chris Von der Alie ot the Seven from one family Is surely some record, and serve's to show how-heavy has been the toll paid by some of the families of Britain. ' Another convivial evening was held on Tuesday evening to extend the g'.ad hand to "Andy Stratton" who joined the K'iltles from here, but who now lives in Johnson Addition. Ho returned home on Friday the 14th, together with "Sandy .Macfadgyn." The speech of welcome was made by Mr. Beebe. in w(iich ho expressed the happiness of the people ot Coal City In welcoming home another of our gallant lads. Sandy Maofadgyn was out, too, and helped to make the evening a happy one, reminding one ot the -story that "McDonald" the Canadian baritone told at tho 1917 Chautauqua: "A regiment of Hle'landera had the order to 187 193 174 184 179 201 201- 89G 201- 968 Totals,, 344 Barons- H. -Moore 128 Kulpas ..163 S80 353 383 402-1864 137 150 172 172 190 160 166- 165- 771 833 Totals.,291 309 322 I/ethbridge- Brlggs ..142 180 150 Schweitzer ....161 172 143 350 332-1604 158 150- 786 Local hockey circles are once more taking on life. The proprietors of : !..\'l^!hn^^,''^fn"/^L",^''�.^i'�^^^ the recent inter-allicd army and f/.T.��,vfn.^.l�s^ ^""ine tournament, and "Bov" are now ready for games. On Tuesday 1v.__ 'V willing to accommodate tlj|^_. _pre(jont j  hosa of tho middles, '" " ' I'S' SUPERIOR, Wis.-Dick Lodman, a Pltt.sburg bantam'wolght, Friday night challenge la accepted the match will i had the better of Roy Moore In a ten- round bout, according to a majori'ly ot thoao at tho rlng&ldo. CHARLIE : : ? : : MOLL ? IS PRESIDENT : HBGINA, Sask., Mar. 3.-Tho Western Canada Baseball league was reorganized at a moat-int; here with teams in four (/ties, Winnipeg, l!e.;;lna, Siui-knt'ion and ..Moose .l:iv:. Ch.ir;e.s F. .Moil, of Winnipeg; was elected president ol tho organization. . . >: ? : ^� First Number on Iho Program -Automobile race hetweeu men who drove tor American, French, British and Italian kou-erals. Second-Submarine manoeuvres in gigantic tank or natural lake. Third - Boxing contest between lightweight champions or British and American armies. Fourth - Airplane race between famou.s aces of tlio clouds. Fifth-Grenade-throwing contest Ijy Boldlors. Sixth-Wire cutting compotl-ti'on heiween Infantry companies. Seventh-Tank races, over obstacles, hetwet^n British, French and -American tanks. Eighth-'.Marksmanship tourney among tho allied soldiers and marines. .Vlnlli-Fxhlbttton of sailors' land marines' drills. Tenth - lioxing conte.s-t bo-lAVcon middle or heavyweight chiinipions of tho armU.'if. AVIial'H tho hotting that war sports, man-.iizod Bports, thrilling compotltiouH developed hy Iho groat struggle, �won't look large in favoi- after all tho boys goB'lionie? All tho other events over scheduled couldn't hold a candle In aibsorijlng Interest to such doln'gs. atitute has made application to tho govcmmenl tor trees to be irtanted at the White Lake school and the Noble-ford village school. There Is no doubt that the trees wotild make a wonderful improvement In the appearance ot the grounds and It'Is to bo hoped tho efforts ot the ladles will be succe.ssitul. Arrangements have also been made with Mrs. Ray of Uie hotel to obtain the use ot tho parlor for the members of the Institute coining into tho village from outside points. .Members when in to^vn may use thia as a rest room now just as if tliey wore staying in the hotel. A discussion also took plaoo in regard to tho matter of tho purchase ot hogs hy children through the Merchants Bank. This was allowed to stand over to a future meeting. The question of the Lyceum circuit which was upset owing' to the "flu" epidemic is n:lso being dealt with by a committee and an announcement may he expected shortly. The next, mooting will bo held at tho homo ot | Mrs. Gilbert, jvealher permitting, and j takes place on Thursday, March 27. ' Memibora are also reminded ot the | convention taking place In Calgary, � March 11 to 14. I Tho Ladles' Aid will moot at the ' home of .Mrs. Doaarth on Thursday, next, .Mnrcli fitli. j Tho local K.P.'s have arranged a series of Uiroe conccrt.s during the coming months. The 'first of these will take place on March lltli, when the tnmous Dixie Jubilee Concert Co. will entertain us. It is to be hoped tliefee will ho well suppofted by a large aticndnncn as the company Is an ox- f collonl one: 9 Mr. Hero Wiggins h:is arrived to lake ohai-fio ot tilie elevator ot tho I'nitetl Grain Growers hore, Mr. Sher-er having left to take a ponitton with J. Harris Willard is starting over a million cars this spring and it the owners give ua a chance we will keep them going. And, i\Ir. Owner, hoar this in mind- WILLARD FREE SERVICE tor dead batteries, do morp for live Does a lot but It cuii ones. 311 Seventh Street S. Phone 616 < : ? ? : ; ? : ; : ; << �  ; Don't Let Old Jack Frost Nip Your Radiator. Use MnBPn Freeze Proof BAALIM MOTOR Co BACK OF UNION BANK A Po�t Ca^rd Will Bring You One of Our Hotideomo 1919 CaHndart, 14726469 0381 0537 ;