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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 4, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta f AGE SIX THE LETHBUmGE DAILY HERALD TUKSIUY, MARGIN, 1919 ,L "BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McManus IF' Fainoas Haywooi'S' RE-TREAOIN'G A REPAfi By experienced Workmen.? work guaranteed. Special tncnt for Rim Cut R. D. RITCHIE 208 13th St. S. On p. Ellison ttjir io without exception The STANDARD BANK OF CANADA jjad taken ihc responsibility for 1tiisrA Capt. "Bob" Pearson, snd one other wsILJtnown Lethbridg- man, jbe played, their opponent If he can induced to attend, will guarintee a packed house and an en- .thuviasm for this summer which will include all citizens. Judge Jack had in favor of the U D. S. The first with the result that ihc cost had only been about per municipality. But; j ic'this'i ID one municipality where the point re. hardest kind cE luck.' Grant's stones half was fast, each team piny Ins wade that tho foremen were pro- of of time after time wouM just miss by' even. The United hoys playeil exesl- rmcfat crficfals. expensed ot more. uity and co-operation In tport which will put inc w.n, .1 1 town on the map in more ways than There has been a lot of hard icontest 'tbroughout, and both skips: in the close sccre of 14 to 13 in favor jly as two we are sure that if the taEcfialt spe- eil a spIeulH guird worked arrpndcd on motion cf-Mr. 51ackay had been there his adding'in many ihe combination plays, i E0 tiljs rato wln not be on machine to make up the arerages, he Lakle. and Taixrtjjr, of the would Jiave found that Duncan Huff United, all did good shooting- aud ycar. batted at least .goo.'it'was really rnon- played an excellent game. Hedenslrom otonous toe way that-old bey drew to] and U'alton. the guards, cfaecfeeii hard the four-foot riog end arter'erid. J prevented the opposite side irom We hope to see Vulcan back be-'making manv shots. The line-up; fore the season is over for amlht-'r go at Ihe cnp. They are good sports and real curlers. j Tho personnel of the rinks and the chores follow: Lethbridge. 10 3. A. Held Carbeiry Dinning Shepherd, 93 HOCKEY PRACTICE t Anyboiiy Interested in hocTcey is hiTHed lo attend the hockey Vi practice he held at the rink tonigtt. 4 'f 'j'j f fr 217 240 Barbin Hopper indry Duncan Duff Dick Andrews Jlarnocb Vulcan. Mitchell Le Bow Purgesoa Wolfe, skip Wliicht. Flynn Spootier McNabb, Ekip... 17" Grant, skip A. I.akie forward Tanibor. iorvrard A. llacllvena, centre 5 Hedenstrom, guard 0 guard............... 0 D. A. Green, forward........... 23 Young C. Tellock, centrq D. Ursenhach. guard C. Uracubacb, guard Total The BEg Game explained, .that the fund EO raised shall either be paid. out to the hospital in the district fuml and tax 'oil hank note circulation, tbe sum of was written off I bank'preinisog account, and carried forward to profit and loss Account. .Tiic general 'hiilancb sheet shows solid and substantial growth, as tiie j total asFtta increased during the year i hy nearly ten million dollars, and nowj stand at tin uninislaknblo where raised or to other districts as) evidence of public confidence in this j refiuired, .-'j old-established and weU-managed in- i ohi-e; Andrew GHmour (Opp.5, Tho salient features of the objected strongly to a clause which" provides that tbe hospital board upon rati'ication of a scheme by the rate- payers and annually ihercafUr divide among the included nreas the amount of capital expenditure and interest, to be repaid before the end of the current year, and also the amount ol estimated expenditure on the main hospital loss estimated revenue. Mr. Cltmour declared that, failure to fix any definite limitation of expenditure for hospital purposes In this clause "would surely result in any hospital I The whistle blew, and the ball went scheme being defeated in his district Total... tip at centre; allr.tho boys were on land, he believed, in other districts The locals are talking about pulling; their toes, and the game was on. The [also. Hon. .Mr. Mackay maintained off a KUtc at tbe end-of the I first baif was very undecided. Each that there was no danger of proporiy- week, and it is likely tbat Macleod.! team played hard, but. each team was Jovncrs belntj afraid to vole for a Vulcan, Taber and Carmangay ivill j playing more of a guard game this'filial Ech supply the raw material. half. Tuiicr Tratild scoie a basket and jt. was th ome on this account- because _ JIG properly owners themselves -i-he irnai of the local competition; then Lvnhbridge, and it kept up this frho voted; that It ImnOosiblR lo (he estimated cost of a limitation of expemli- of 19 to Ifi. Ira Harris of Tabfrrltnre therefore; that at! tho capital tx- 41 17 be played tonight befween until the. end of the half, whenjfix in the act H 27 55 jXabb and Shepherd. JLeihbridge came out ahead with or i scorc of 13 to in, ]ra Harris of Tabfrrjtnre therefore; uui LUU i-mnim VA- mut auuuijunig played well this lialf. scoriag 8 points, jjendilnrc would -be included In uio tlirnughout ilio second half was faster, and at {proposition lo be voted that] bank's a'fairs an Clerks Herald...... Dominions Cltr Bearcats Outlaws...... Mechanics Bankers Ua 31 45 1SI 175 jj la the league standing: Won Pet. I SPORT IN SCHOOLS Sporting Kditor Herald; Re tlitf Am- llmes H looked had for the home leacn, thereaftc-r have thepigently as came very to trie Leth- 'right of appeal against tbe division of bridge score and even passed tiiem.-JGJtpendilure, The minister snld that At this stage of the gAuis the crowd ii laipcesible to areas where slalemUnt are: Deposits. Se.n.OfiS.SSS. an Increase of1 over those sliovvn in last year's Etaiement, Notes in circulation, an of during the year. Commercial loans, an[ increase of A substantial increase in the cash, I quick assets, bontls and other high- class investments cf some ia also notlceahte. This item now amounts to ot which OSS.CSO is in cosh. That the mercantile, manufacturing and agricultural inleresle of Ihe coun- try have hai] adequate consideration is evidenced by the fact that loans lo (lie public have increased over 000 during the year. The statement on the majp be considered as the best yet published by. this solid institution, find the year's business emphasizes the fact that aliduntling prosperity prevails Dominion, and that tho skilfully and intcl- We Radiators' We Repair Them The Reliable Radiator Repair Shop George Rtar "D" Farquharson, Prop. The Tailor, 5th St. S. EXPERIENCE COUNTS We have repaired over 400 radiators opening Jn Lcihbrlrtge in Oclober atij every owner was satiatlcd, ANDY. THE RADIATOR MAN 418 FIFTH ST. .47C lo get very much excited and 'tuition was on a mile rate liasis ami the a percentage per aero basis to boys at this "jibe." and for this reason the appor- rtoor sport I ]usl wish la make a tew volat of Ihc eame Io play with .tionment o! Hie cxjicnse WBS to liujcft from a'fooioall point to to the boart of tho district. IKOVO with mare pep. an-t zs a, result] "IM just like 10 said Mr. 3jjui uiig r.uitur iv, JIIJL- n-- j ;ur Atnletic association ehortly to' they began to doubt what formed for the furtherance of ftc- the "v" MANITOBA WINTER FAIR HIEAXDOX. Jlan., March -Manitoba Winter Fair was formally opened lierc with what f.nitl to he the finest exhibition of Block' ever gathered at a fair. Judges are enlhuajasttc in Ihoir praise of 1 'he greit shoving of fine onimats. 8 >fcN'abb Td. final Wright Shield. P.M. (Local Competition) McLeod vs. McKenzie. Ilaallm vs. Foi. Reid T8. 78. Xelson. Peat TS. Boyd. Alri) vs. Gray. To do this wouM have all the big playcd OT1 Y tllc rirat-'ic Miiivauji. Me had been going up IrouhleU prriod 'hop's have oir- ln.im each formed' n'S'nl- Jhat ho v.asinnd dawi -warning them mik- JTi.iile a for nio ft'loaeiir evh team playine thd an rjk'-timcr at thc same and ao will ing too smilt. TLie the cnaloitis And a eked 1Ii.it 11 lit n great htip to liie team. 1varr: rc'JiuU o! would ho that after bo fciven nn opportunity tn lizrr'fl. cf Tabnr, mnfle seme long! year or (wo Ihe tnaintcn-jncc woaM pfovc it HI vnlue ndver; .sluts H-liIcli brought r. otht-r tv.-'rc, winning team lo have the name c[ the Fefcoo] inscrihcd on some suitable trophy, 3Jy doing lhat an ideal has bCfrn created anil a hoy will (lien be a hosier for school fjr.it. last Tirtcl all tho time. To go little further, would fcypgcst Itiat lortch Rfin'or dtil> under tbcrlr rti- 'reel c-are -it least one serial to foster from Herl Picrson, the Tabar becomn loo It waa Int-nt that fhoitM.be cautious about! voting for n zchcmc. jmm (Jol. Ncls.on Spencer, of MedEcino! SERVICE STATION Willartl is starling over million c.irs this spring and It the owntrs give 113 n chance we will keen them going. Mr- Owner, bear this in WILLARD FREE SERVICE Dries a lot for tloail hut il c.in rto more lor IIvo ones. 311 Seventh Street S. Phone 616 proved .1 greai help to bis learn hln corrbinalion work. The Taber ginrils, Jchnson and M.jHal, an objection Ibny, broko up many of Ihe home boys'L proposed amendment as a combination plays, and their playing Is whfcli If was withdrawn by >lr. Mac-i No Doubt Your Car Needs Overhauling! Wl CAN OIVE YOU SATISFACTION AND QUARANTEE ALL Tour car will be aniJer (he abtc supervision of our tilef expert, Mr. Stoddart, formerly master mechanic of a 300 CAT ttftcHf fingt ID Winnlpog ol renown success. CHAAGES MODERATE I- PALACE GARAGE SECOND AVENUE SOUTH- T, X. HAVEN 1837 C. H. STOODART Mister Mechanic a'ong. Oncrj get football in the and future o( the Is Wini tifUer could a hoy have to fit hfm for ifie future tlifln to fnrt in sticfi manly gatim. learns what honor and fair whether on tho field or Yours Inily, Gco, THrnbuH, liootball Club. not to bo forgotten. Tho line-up: I. forward 10 There ivas a startling dttreafle In blrih rate durhig Febru- ary, only 303 cMhlron beins born dur- ing llic munth, ?.z contrasted wrth 523 births in February of IHIS, Ivan Harria, lorv.-ard ft. centre N. Johnson, guard..........., M. Ihey, guard.............. Total W, forward O. Young, centre Snenv, o n .Total of Tabcr, kay. wns In the clause provid-{ for Iho forwarding by hospital] boarrta of the annual estimates to the' conlr ibut ing council tho purpose of making the annual levy. Mr, MTJI-- kay offered an nnwiidmtfil whcrc-by i In caac tho failed to raise iho f nil amount erf the levy in nny one year, the balance ?hotiM bo carried over aa a deficit anil provided for in an additional levy the following year. Col. Spoiiccr painthd out that (he rc- ault fit thin wouM bo Uiai thb man who pa'il his hospilal tax onu year -would, the'following year, havo to also pay in addition iho unpaid balr.ncti of thwc who