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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 4, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, MARCH 4, 1!)18 THE LRTHBHIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE "BRINGING UP FATHER' By G. McManus KtMETMBfTR- fiF ON I'LL. BE OH Tf% BOM IF I TO KttP THH"bE 6H0r O ON how do you do MRSJOHES I'M'jO 4 LAD "fOU CAC-1F we are ^,OlNl -� 0 1S1 172-- 575 SSI 884 790-2555 Will Likely Box Ten Rounds Here on Wednesday, March 13 Negotiations are practically completed for bringing Clonie Tait, Canadian lightweight champion and Ncal Allison, the rising young mitt-artist of Waterloo, Iowa, together here on March 13th, a week from Wednesday. Definite word should be receivt-1 today that the date and terms are satisfactory. Both have stated that they would dome. It only remains to confirm the details. The fans are waiting for this match. .They have assurance that Allison is one of the best youngsters in the game, and they know he will make TaJt step jlgtime to stay the ten rounds; They want to see the Canadian champ in action again. His easy four round win over Jack Whitey here last fall didn't satisfy them. They want to see what he's got when he tangles with a real scrapper. There are indications that this will be the last matched go of the winter boxing season, and the fans want to see a whirlwind wind-up. After this match, the G. W. Veterans will stags a boxing carnival after which it is likely the padded gloves will be laid away for some months. Definite announcement may be expected by tomorrow that Allison and Tait will go the ten round route here. Close Game in Doubles Needs and Freestone kept up their winning streak by taking two out of three from Green and Clark in the doubles compel it ion. They tool; the first two, but lost by 21 in the last, and won the round by the narrow margin of six pins. Green had an even 200 in his last, for high single, and boat Freestone by one pjn for high total of 497. The scores: Clark ....... .. MO 157 171-468 Green ...... .. 153 144 200-497 293 301 371-905 Needs ...... .. 100 143 172-475 Freestone . . . . . 15S 1G0 178-490 31S- -303 350-971 The schedule for this week follows: HAVE BEE Had Little ("luinrc to DeveJop Winner Even if He Kept Slurs li -!. - Is Connie . after all? :i smart piece of when he sold the 'I'h ii.i  trigs have been nniie ever since S: runk and Jlc-Kc.rilies have New York, Ma Mack the wise hi Did he pull -business baseba.1 last of liis stars" In Philadelphia slinging anvils a he let Bush, Srh; Innis got away, been predicting play to moro em;'1 than any major i tory. Other b.t-. b this and that, a::.! a bouquet, in the \ meut. A Wis But a well-ver-ei knows practical;. �, about the busirc remarked recent'y the wisest still i' all winter. W.'i few reasons: In the first pi.: been unpopular i.hcy started to decline. They not drawn .file; and Mack has not made any moir-y at home. In the second .place, several of the stars Mack sold were dissatisfied with conditions and demanded much larger salaries than he could rightly afford to pay. Lost Players by Draft Again-:)� .Mackmen lost seven or eight, piayr of tho scrv place him in (he face this year with liule or no chance to finish a hit higher. Mack go;, io figuring, very likely, that lie would do well to get rid BER RED CROSS IS ifjTrn n 1) ILIl i (From Our Own Corrrsr^ndTiO Tabor, Mar. 2.--On Wednesday morning the infant son of Mr and Mrs. Leslie Fen ton passed away after a brief illness. The funeral service was conducted Thursday ,.1'ternoon at lb a home, Mr. Bryan officiating. The Woman's Institute has hitherto handled most of the Red Cross work for the Taber district, and its members deserve much praise for their fidelity, self-sacrifice and zeal in the work, but it has been deemed better since the war continues, and tho demand is great to organize a straight Itcd Cross society for Taber and vicinity. On Thursday evening. Feb. 28th, a Mack's team v."ill (further meeting was held in the Union sc'iu thiS season ' 01,111 room's to complete the Red Cross  :i'iue club in his- organization and plan the work. A 11 critics have said ' committee of ladies was appointed to there hasn't been ! canvass the town for members and whole wave of com-se Move �il baseball man who iiil there is to know a end of a ball club i v that Mack pulled hat has been pulled Well, here 'are a I also for workers. A lied Cross drive was discussed with an objective of SfiOf'0, and a committee was appointed to appear for suh-n-ipiions. It was arranged to bold : K'ther meeting next Thursday to p'as.. on tho work. On Thursday evening. Feb. 2S'h, Roy Beattie and Fern Runs, both of Grassy Lake, were married at the manse by tho Rev. A. C. Bryan. They he Athletics have !Y,e,'� 0rt,v',!n Ule TrTlony1,.,'!y 1'hillv ever since '''''� Archie Wot'um and Miss Hilda have 1 Martinson. ' The second public meeting of the Taber Forum ivas held Sunday afternoon in the Rex theatre, and was well attended. The Miners' Band furnished several musical selections and a solo, "Thy Will be Done," was sung by Reg. Bailey. The speaker of the day was the Rev. Win. Irvine of Calgary, whose expenses were geneiouslv paid by the to the various" branches ! Calgary Forum. Mr. Irvine gave an and Mick saw eh'hth i ''Influent and interesting address on . and Mack saw ewun . .,The o{ U)e Cl>ming Age. After Mhe address number of questions were asked, :u.d Mr. Irvine given a hearty vole of thanks. In two weeks' time Mr. Hawkins, the new barrister his dissatisfied players while he couldj1" t""'n' is l� sneak" oa "The best hun-uonunand a big market price for them, j"'"!:, ''O0';s--' lie saw a Shover-Willotts........ 6 Smith-Evans.......... > Liscombe-Millnr........ 4 Dickson-Benton ........ r> Aird-Hayniond......... 1 Won Lost. !) 2 i! f 4 x Michelin - More Mileage and Less Trouble m Bijou Motor Parlors Limited New York, March 2.-The first contingent of the New York National league baseball team left hero yesterday for Hot Springs, Ark., to start training for the coming season. THE HOUSE OF SERVICE FIFTH STREET SOUTH LETHBRIDGE, ALT A. AUTO BANDITS GET $3900 Toledo, Ohio, Mar. 2.-Four bandits in a high powered automobile held up and robbed the paymaster of the Doeh-ler Die Castings Company of SfS.nOO in cash today near the factory in tho western outskirts of tho city. The paymaster was returning from a bank with tho cash. A guard who accompanied him v,.-is shot..The bandits escaped in their car. Would Not Have Been Winner liven with the stars ho disposed of Mack could not have built up a winner. Baseball men in general agree to this. And if some other teams in tho American league have good years i be stands a chance to make a little 1 dough on the road. Figuring that lie! would lose money at home, Mack prob- \ ably had a hunch that be could break nearly even on tho season's business and have what he got for his stars in , reserve. I Should ho break even this year he will have ill.:: trusty $00,000 intact Not a had year, what? with .Mr. and Mrs. li. G. Hp.d Been Exempted as Munition Workers But Papers Delaved Ottawa. March 4.-Five members of the Uonfrow Hockey Team played against the .Nationals of Ottawa Saturday night under military guard. Willi" five hockey "fans" from Renfrew they were taken into custody by the Dominion police as they were apparently in class one under tho Military Service Act. An urgent call was sent to Renfrew by the players who had all J�oeii exempted as munitions workers, but the train bearing the documents was five hours late and they were only liberated at noon yesterday. The Renfrew team, playing under guard, won the game 3 to 1. The players were bonded for $1,000 during ihe game. Twenty defaulters were rounded up in pool rooms of the capital Saturday. in town Todd. The Ladies' Aid of Knox church are planning to hold an apron and food sale in the lectu'e room of the church Saturday, March JiOth. at 3 p.m. The Rev. Thns. Philp was a visitor this week in Lethbridge, being a delegate to the Social Service Congress being held there. Cecil Malum returned with his bride on Saturday last from an extended wedding trip that included British Columbia, California aid other parts. As br.'.h young people are popular in Taber they arc receiving a most cordial welcome home. Suspicions have deepened into certainly that old man winter has gone over to tho Germans, lug and baggage. ! Last, week evading the vigilance of ; Chief Fauhls and the city fathers, he a night raid upon the town and j froze our water tank solid. This no ! doubt was preparation to putting a torch to the whole shooting match. And when frustrated In this, in impotent rage he scourged the town last Monday with the worst blizzard ever known in these parts, piling the snow in great barricades across the streets and sidewalks. And today he is at it again. Tomorrow we would not be surprised if he dropped typhoid bombs upon the town. He has already poisoned much of the Ice we had stored up for use next summer. Yes, it's time for the traitor to be hanged by the neck'till dead, and no bungling about it cither. Mr. Hangman. MACLEOD 1.0. D. E. IS AFTER TEN THOUSAND (From Our Own Correspondent) Macleod, Mar. 4.-School Inspector A. B. Torrie and family, moved to \ Macleod this week and is living on the corner of 18th St. and 4th avenue. Mr. | Torrie was for several years principal I of the public school in Macleod, and j many of his then boys are now soldiers I of the king in France. Mr. Torrie has been teaching in Calgary since, and .was appointed inspector in 1917, and tias now the Macleod inspectorate to look after. The Alayor, Solicitor McDonald ami Engineer journeyed to Calgary on tlm invitation of tbo Ga3 Co., to talk gas, and arrange for the next shut-off when the gas pressure is low. G. Skolding, M.P.P., returned to Edmonton Monday to attend the legislature. M. Bailey, who has been a J.P. for some time, has resigned. Frank Walsh, who has been visiting friends in Minneapolis, returned thi3 week. H. H. Young and family returned from their holiday trip to California. "That country is all right to visit, but give mo Alberta to live in," was his answer to the question, of how he liked that country. Next week will be I.O.D.E. week in Macleod, when every place of business and residence will be canvassed by members of the committee, who will ask for contributions for their work this year. Previously they have had concerts, teas, etc. As the Patriotic fund is .taken care of by the government, they feel they can ask the people for enough to carry on their work, by one big drive, and avoid the regular monthly teas, etc. They aim at $10,-000 to carry out their plans for 1918, and Macleod will live up to its reputation by giving this much, and then some. Letters of appreciation from the trenches and hospitals by the Macleod boys, inspire the members of the I.O.D.E. in their great good work. On Wednesday, Feb. 27th Mrs. Max-field celebrated her 87th birthday. The celebration took the form of an afternoon tea, given by her daughter, Mrs. Dunbar. The proceeds of the tea were donated for Red Cross purposes. All the afternoon Mr3. Maxfield received congratulations from the very large number of people who called. The affair, both financially and socially, was one of the most successful held in Macleod for some time. NOW A VILLAGE First Council To Be Elected cH March 18th-C. S. Noble 1 Possible Reeve i Nobleford on the Aldersyde branch) put on the map by C. S. Noble of world record wheat fame, is now the village of Nobleford. It has been erected Into a village by the energy of the citizens of the rapidly growing community and the sanction of Hon. Wilfrid Gariepy, minister of municipalities. Word was received at Nobleford on Saturday to) that effect. The nominations and elections top the first village council will he held on March 18th at eight o'clock in tho P. hall there, with E. C. Cranstoua' returning officer. The first meeting of the council will he held oa Monday, April 1st. The new village embraces \ half a column. i A reeve and two councillors are to be elected. C. S. Noble, father of the village, is considered the logical man for reere. Washington, Mar. 2.-Numerous changes in the personnel of the general staff of the army are exyected to follow the arrival here of Major General Peyton March who landed at an from Frnace to assume his duties as acting chief of staff. Officers here have no knowledge of the plana General March may have in this regard, but it has been announced that he will draw to his aid men in whom he hag special personal confidence. There are indications that General Blddle will be selected for an Important command in Europe when relieved by General March. � BRITISH BOMBARD AIRDROMES 1 Christiania, March 1.-A new wireless station just erected at Stavanger has succeeded in communicating easily with American stations during trial. Regular trans-Atlantic service between Norway and the United States will be started whenever the American government grants permission. London, March 1.-(Delored)-Thd. following report of aerial activities was given out tonight: "Four tons of bombs were dropped Thursday night on large hostile airdromes midway between Tournal and Mons, and on billets in the neighborhood of Douai. All our machines returned." Stavanger is on an island in the North Sea on the west coast of Norway and 100 miles south of Bergen. From Stavanger to the nearest American soil is about 3,300 miles. Niagara Falls has only one daily newspaper now. The Evening Review announced Saturday that it had purchased the Daily Record, and would merge it with the Review, as the conditions made it impossible ifor two papei's to make a living. Alberta Buffet and Grill 411 Fifth St. S. Opposite ORPHEUM TREATRE Still at the Old Stand EVERYTHING FRESH ANO CLEAN 8TRJCTLY WHITE HELP GEO. ADDI80N - PROP. Phone 1827 ZBYS2K0 AND STECHER DRAW Now York, March 1.-A catch as catch can wrestling match between V/ladel; Zbyszko of Poland and Joe Steelier resulted in a draw at tho end of two hours' wrestling at Madison 1 Square Garden tonight. RED SOX GET PITCHER Boston, Mass., March 2. - "Hack" Libel, a pitcher and infioldor who played last year with the Richmond team of the International League, has been added to the roster of the Boston Americans. President Frazee of the Red Sox, who is in New York, notified his office yesterday of the purchase. FULTON SCORES KNOCKOUT Chattanooga, Tenn., M%rcli 1.- Fred Fulton of Rochester, Minn., knocked out Jim Harper of Kansas City here tonight in the second round of a scheduled eightround bout. Harper was knocked through the ropes by a right uppercut-to the chin and was unconscious for several minutes. The Chevrolet 490-A Touring Car THE CAR OF BEAUTY, POWER, DURABILITY AND ECONOMY. BAALIM MOTOR CO. HOME OF THE CHEVROLET BACK OF UNION BANK HARRY HOLMAN, Mgr. A 00?595 ;