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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 5, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta SIX iw-.; in nn i u ti DA 1L Y WEDNESDAY MARCH 5, 1919 'BRINGING UP FATHER" By: G. McManus OH1. OUR. SOCIAL CAREER IS ENDED DID I EVER LET MY BUS BANS HIS SROW FRIEND TO DINNER? WrlrUS THE MATTER? KNIF YTX'R FRIEND HAS 01SCJRACEO US AT THE DINSERTA61E MACCIE-ARE YOU CRYtN OR T.1YIN' TOSINC? YES-NTT wo YOU SEE WHAT HE BIO WITH THE KSSERT; HE TRIED TO BLOW THE FOAM OFF THE CHA.RLOTTE I TOOK HIS FROM THE: BEFORE LPOUIL (Couttoutd from Front The Sport Page BOGGARD LOCATED ANDHfl) MAY BE MATCHED TO MEET SERGT. ROSS SOON Big Changes Coining in British Athletic Start on Tennis First Hockey Game of Season Will Be Staged For The Fans It ali goes -well there will be a tame ol hockey here on Thursday in the Auditorium Rink when Coalhurst will plaj" a return came. The miners vrere teaterf in life first played in the camp last ireftk, the score be- ing 6 to 4 after ten minutes of OTertima. Sinca then, iheT have teen deTeloping and to show a nerr brand. The can're part of the Audi- torium rink has been boarded tip for hockey. It Is narrow bat plenty Ions enoneh, there will Iw a chanea to play pretty fair hockey. Among the local.boys -rto Trill participate -will be Mar- riott, Davlne, Clark, Harrey, Bwen, Reber, Peters and McGllHs.- The former Just arrlvei home from the troct a few days ago. Then should be a pood croird tor Oris game, as it wlH tend to courage a proposition for a real hockey and skating rink next win- ter. The fans have been promised many times thli season that a box- Ing bout was coming up and have disappointed every tim: that it is dangsrcus business to make, another promise. Hcwtver, SergL Al Boggard, of Edmonton, Kas at last been located and Is being communicated with end an effort is masJt to line him up with Ross for some date between March 20th and 30th, so the fans may have at Ceasi one exhibition this winter. Everybody is clamoring for an opportunity to see the ofd favorite, Al Row, in action at before the gracf growi grewn. ROM In Calgary anJ hat himself in condition all winter. The two men will likely meet at about 170 pounds, both being In the dl- vhfon. McNabb and Shepherd seem to have a strangle hold on final games for ibis (hey having met in the final jof tho local competition and in the final of the Wright Shield last night. LMcN'abb won the City !hc took the leal in the first end and iwas never beaded throughout though Past- England, like the United States, is turning :ts attention to the recon- struction of sports, and. as one of tbe reforms, has already taken steps toward standardization of lawn ten- rts. The [-ractlce. which in England before the (From Our Own Correspondtnt) RAYMOND, Mar. board of trade tnet last night in the town hall to iiear the reports of certain comoiU- which Tvero appointed last i month. The committee appointed to doing Mm any barm, Ihottfht U done him good; Tha question orer touftbenlnc tht closing hours for pool rooms wan brought up by W. M. DayMswi, gov- erimienl, N'orth Calgary. Mr. Boy It pointed out that government -was desirous of fixing a mulmuin. clot- tag hour leaving It to the cily and town councils to fix an oae (bey desired. Georgo jtEoa leader, thought tbU vie quesllou, that (he should determine subject. H. B. AI tiiis, Dfctebury rongiy leogUkeftlBC xj baur to 11.30 on Saturday vtfhta. The clause leaves the latest clodng hour for week at luidnlfat as previously. Ke was CapL K K. Rocky Mountain, who oat that some consideration had to be tftkeu for the young' mea of oYcrwai forces relurnitij home; furthfrmora for travellers vrho had to wait in smill towns or early uioruloc tnlni found recreation jo these UD harm done. F. S. Lcfftnfvell, Warner, thought that no doslug regulations any food thit did not also apply to Chinese res- taurants as the crowd simply went from, one place to the A Icugthy discussion. eruiml lorer a question raised by W, Btibetts, government. Vermilion, concerning the order fu council which dealt partitions in pool rooms. A score ol jdllfereni opinions were expressed from Capt; Pingle wbu suggestfed glats On partitions so that women who had to tako children to barber shops fre- quently kept in the front of such places would not be annoyed liy Ing anil loud talking, to Fred Davis, opposition, Glelchen, .who thought question of partitions should be left sports -is a thing of the plans to make sports i Shepherd threw a life sized scare into democratic .than i him on Ihe llth end. scoring five by! London Field making a nice chip shot with his revival of spoi j roc's and drawing in another counter! wifc his last. On the 15th end Shep. themselves. U we are all likely to Iherd was two down coming home Me-; i Xabb having the last rock. Yates played two perfect rocks for lead and cricket and tennis in the pare u program to .welcome home the morutiig will be abandoned. The i boys from overseas, failed to report, tendency before the war of excessive -it vras discharged, and the board itself is lo meet with the committee from the town council to prepare plans and means also setting Ihe data coi.iniet.Hng a welcome home program and _...... _ [banquet. Tho members from tbe inTeforms'oi'caurse present council ure Messrs. Woolf, D. M. Povr- e.sou, S. B. Card and Kin .ball. ?Mr. Pack reported tbo trip to Leih- ing Made For His Reception and Meeting (From Our Own CARDSTOX, March local U. F, A. is making for ih.o coming of President Wood, who is to be ia Cards ten on Saturday afternoon and evening, the Sth insL A public session will be held ut tabernacle, wbEch ia being decoraietl for the occasion by tho IT. F. A. mem- bers, and a luncheon will be served! alter (ho meeting by the Cardsion re-j Ho! societies. have a very Hve organization] at Cardston, with Mr. James U. An-1 derson as president and .Mr John F.I Parrish, secretary. There are alsof good locals at Woolford. Aetna, Hill; Spring. Glenivood and Leavitt. The! to iho 'licensee. Mr. Bwing strongly opposed tbe habit oC enacting some- thing in a statute ono year which a licensee to bo put to eipease in making alterations nnil then chang- ing it around the next year. It was filially decided not to recommcBtl any change in the present eyatem. 1 bridge to meet the railway more tirae for recreation. The hours slon. The next day a wire was re-i president and secretary will act as the of respite, that is to say, will be or- ceivetl from the C.P.It, stating that.! reception committee. The entertain- ment committee will be Messrs. Frank Duff was off for once-in his life ana Dick -Andrews missed o: his and the other did not do all mat t. was expected of it Burns playing i Permanent institution; there should .Mr. O'Bnen then moved that tbe in 1115 'tii_, one ofs Panized on healtbicr and saner lines, j the daily passenger would be relnstat- all that' is to be a ed Monday. March lOilu second for Shepherd was heavy on 'be no need for all-day tournaments, t board of trade bu orgauize'd for 1919. The following members are officers: both his guards and fell "to Lack! Morning play, in cricket and of the ring instead of being in front. !awn probably over. A missed with his first rock aad at J toward slandardiialion of STRANGLER LEWIS WILL MEET EARLCADDOCK CHIC-VGO, Mar. enthusiasts commented today on the. final breaking d! the drair ex- Ijting until lut nijrlit. between Stccher, of Xebraeka, and Ed (Stringier1) o! Kansas City. "Ilid men bad tnet tfcree times pre- ceding the contest here and each fcoirt had been declared E the longest resulting in live hours of irreftiing. The match last night -was won ty Ifirii after thrEe hours, 12 mln- atn and 30 seconds ol wrestling. Stacker being the aggressor al- mwi throughout. By agreennnt the Crst. fall secured after two boors' wrestling was to decide the match aad tie the first of d tljeh- matches came about tkroiKb hndlock. 'Leiris unooaced today Ehrl Craddock would meet in faith content as soon ai 4ock from France, prob- for a match on Joly 4. a lengthy confer- at CODS' headquirtars President and Manager Fred Mitchell and Pitch- ict0 the grove again and played al- er Jim Vaughn are deaAlockea over. most the same shot as he did at Brst terms. Vanglm left the oSlce in an j out his own shot b'nt staying ndlgiBint mood and asserted te irould himself, counting one, and Being one 1 e seta in the uniform of tha Nash down on lhi, coantr McNabb bot need- Motor company baseball team nest ing to play bjs rock. Score 11 to 12, Shepherd's rink played a hard Sox Sign Shipbuilder! 'up-hill game all thc way. It was a Oat on tha south side things wear nice finai to watch. Aird and McNahb a different aspect. Owner Charley'have each won the Wright Shield Somlskey the "Witte Sox has goes to the Skip winning often- from Florida, The first bit of i est In a period ol five years. MEMORIAL YACHT 5CARBLEHEAD, Royal Canadian Yacht Cluo has pur ctocetf from Allan C. Jones tae sloop 111., which has been sailer under the Corinthian Yacht Cldb cot era. The craft, which won the Lipton cop, In dan P., In 1916, will 'be ship to Toronto soon and will he .to train jachtsmen. The purchase iras annoanced as in mcnicry cf mem- ken ot the Canadian club who fell In war. Nol Satisfied With Contract Of- fered by Chicago WiU Not Sign this Ftage it looked as if Sbep was S ?urts. going to come through, he had rench ailles w counters, Dinnin, last rock to rocks which had remained ed. Then Klllmamock spilt the beans, he played a fast one, took one of tnetTolTes climatic instincts three out a ad rolled to 2nd shot. Sbepherd had to this out but KUI w mo ucu: but ihora arasiic President. U D. King; vice-p resident, T. .1. secvtrcas., J. F. Antler- scarcely: care Oar son, with thc following as Wm. Leavitt and Thos. A. An- derson; for decoration, Messrs. and Adam Gedlaman, The ten- et il arrangements are to meel the train at 12.30 a.m. with-the Leavitt TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE COLD WEATHEK by having your ttrea" Etred and fixed EO you know tbev right. SERVICE OUR MOTTO TIRE SERVICE CO.., Schultz and Neel (Formerly Palace Vutcanlzing Works) I Opposite No. 1 Fire Hill bapd and escort the guest ot honor to I', tiro baboon niin- baling drawn his International, roalches ou Spaiiord, A. Dalil, J. S. Anderson, F. of Tales1 I In" this country on D. HoUson, Mrs. K. L. Parman. Mrt. hafl remained nndiilurb- 1 t'uite itt their own- C. W. Lamb and jiiss Redd.' ilt (he beans I "The question is complei, Tor it The following compose a 1- nnfl nf climatic instincts which can to draft a constitution and report la The for Ml be controlled; tat It'wlll probably April: ilessrs. T. J. O'Brien, L. L. a wide ot surface for and D. P. Skouson. The nMrm- .rnf international competitions. NolbersWp fee Is now but may be W htS Is himself. McXnbb played to guard tbe house, his second shot in particular, but still left it open for Shop. Shep peeled, although Ihe service law, so ed, the moral is, loin before April. far as it concerns footwork, is in need of simplification. The higher price of Irrigation Organization Mr. Powelson then reported the in- balis (to say nothing of other mattr- 'yestigation o( the organization of an lal) must essentially." affect :-tourna- irrigation society, staling that neither ments; but (he. tendency before the i the C.P.R. nor the coald or transact or do any business with any one in the district, other than a legally organized irrigation dis- trict. Tho petition has lieea forwanl- td to tho commissioner of irrigation, and also to Ihe government, asking the right to organize. A reply to this petition is expected within the nexl. war was rather in favor of excessive iry. A'democratic ago will de- mand methods. 'It may bo taken for granted that >i next year will and the champion one Is crowned at Wimbledon in June, as Is as- andand relatively rinki: Duncan Buff, Andrews, Jock; Marnock D D McKabb skin 12 news he garre out was that contracts had been to all his players, in- cluding -Jackson, Felscb, Williams and Lynn, tbe players wbo 5umned lo the afaipyarus OurJas )sst season. S. J. Shepherd, skip, 11. The Old Roman a number! Notes of young players have signed McXabb and Shepherd In iinal of expects to receive Elgn'ed con-! local competition. be a champion to" whom many I day or two. }o! his predecessors couM have given! A reservoir south of town as large wn ;aa the surveys and blue prints call Tor jme'anj everything to Itaymond. For cnnis is founded fundamentally arnoc ca sn D R Yat'es Rev Burns R. J Din- i sk1ll: continuous match ever one drop of water is turn- 'play, month in and month out, has Jed into the reservoir upwards of imperative. There were seem-'doo have to he expended .in tho aO" a ntunber of ivlXhln the next ferr dava. he expects Manager Gleason on the ground irltbln the next 10 daj-a, and thrtj details the early season will be gone over rcore thor- oughly. To Train in Texas The White Sox boss also said that Texas will be tho scene of the old men JicNabb and Shepherd in final of He also wrlgbt Shield, McNabb and Shepherd, holders ot the Cadillac Cup. never yet met a first-class have top, there will be between J20.000 and iwho has frankly confessed an inilif- ferencc practice. player expended in canal construc- tion. Then there is the added bene- fit of an increased amount of precipi- "TMs does not mean that fomtt of Station because of these reservoirs. McVabb and Sheoherd several tho racn and women will not 5Uch as heavy dews at night and molat lnor ra'" times defendCTS of Ihe Tcauillac CUD Come who. ofess to curl Uke a'fall oufof tMs'palr or we! won't be able to call our soul onr; .that rink. lnorc experience i winds. Ilavmowl has the possibility has the game or a gravity water system if reEer "11ed' I source of soft water. Are you !t raean thal wlia i interested 7 Everybody else is. EASTERN HATS LAD nice lead game. spring training trip, vith headquar- Tales, for a green curler, pUyed a' ters fa either Mineral or Dal- las. Spring dates are being arranged In Houston and other Texas cities, and BOTBQ Barnes scheduled on the re- turn trip. not hMr old form, while those who OomlskeY admitted that liU ficouta a hurry to play third or to ship yovir Trill "bo busy ali eeason looking over own rink. Holler be a goofl lead or promising material to ho prepared for 'second than a poor 1-oollEt the the time when the old men begin to Winnipeg rinks, aame year after year. up. Several promising young- i Look at McNabb's rinlr. playing to- slers have signed and -will he gether In the siaroe position, game af- ven teir Saturday at 12 o'clock in the Ray- ce ieaa gam" ,-70ntl ,an irrigation meet- rnMrlnU a'r'p-vbal malce the snort ln 1319 Wl11 lo pflaa throngb will bo. bold to discuss and lay what it ouSil to b Sice lho aPPreatfceshiP. long; and met what it ought to be. nice of Which is all to I Bnd solved the test meeting; Bv Ihe a game that can bo 3nd district under thc pro- tercd quickly soon ceaaw to retain Us I irrigation scheme will be .rep- to watch. Advice to green curlers, don't be in Blven their echoolinj on Ihe rprlng trip. ter game, is what that's II you want lo talse the most out of that won- derful game ot Curia. Comlskey will remain In Chicago for two weeks, but win ran to Miami, ria., to see his family for a TROUBLE IN THUNDER few daya during that time. The Sox I hold.'1 HAIL INS. ASSOCIATfOM >Mar. -i.-With about delegates regEslcrcd, the annual con- vention of the Saskatchewan ral soldiers, Increasing Iho yield Mimlct-'of [h0 diMrlcl, and the wealth of tho pal Kail Insurance Association opened 'province, removing the possibility ot this morning fn the city bail. The In- itial was occupied ivllh the presenting and considering of the di- rectors' and auditors' reports. During: J. Poyelson, J. lunch. "At 5 p.m. there Wlllrbe public then refrefhaidnta servertjroni 4 p.m. "by S tiie ladies ae "above staled. Another meeting will-be held-from 6 to S p.m., I when all repair to the gymnasium. hall for the'tooal dramatic entertain-1 ment, under the auspices ol the Mu-! lual pre-j sentfng Man and the Hour." The Cnrdston 2nd people hud] a very good turn on t for the" weather) conditions on Saturday evening last, I when the I.earitt under leadership ol Mr. D. Osbonifc-Wight, gave an enjoyable evening's entertain: ment. the drama and music of the band being well received. The play was cast for the baad members, who! number IS without the leader. U was well-choson for thoir numbers and ability. There are four ladies and tho others are male members. Thc play' iias'a western celling, supposed to bei near enough to warrant the title, "In (ho Shadow of tbe although North Dakota to too far eaet for any shadows of our grand mountains to reach so far. There were three ladies in tbe cast and, some eight gentlemen. Although sll tut one or .wo aro under 20 years of age, nnrf of .course show tbat they are ama- teurs, yet their rendition o! HID dia- logue and the action was an agreeable surprise to all present. It would be difficult to say which o( the ladies, yiiss -Ircta Calioon, as the Miss .the Irish girl; or Miss LieaviU, as the school ma'am, gave the best rendition of thc part assigned, as all throe were well up In lines, cos- tume' and action. Naturally, Ihe heroine of the mining carried the sympathy of thtf audfence. The gemiemcn were all very well .made- up, nnd In tho gun play and fighting scenes did remarkably well. Between the acts the1 band members gave some very selections on their In- receiving a well-deserved encore at their second appearance. There was about gross receipts, realized, T. Wm. Diicej thanked the audience and the players j for Iheir aid, eo heartily given for the chapel fund. Another committee will hare charge of the amu.serrienls for tho ward during Ihe next two weeks. We Don't Fix We Repair Them The Reliable Radiator Repair Shop George Rear "D" Farquharwn, Prop, The Tailor, Sth St. S. Tho scheme that would employ i Iff) men 'or nearly two years in the construct Eon, and give homea to failures like 1918, is nearly a reality. The local U. K A, met on Friday in Ihe townnal. Mr. A. B. Pal- EXPERIENCE COUNTS We have repaired orer 400 radiators sipce opening Irs Loth bridge in October anil every owner was talisficd, ANDY THE RADIATOR MAN 418 FIFTH ST. S. The present Mcsdames Anderson, employed In Hie country. No Doubt Year Car Needs Overhauling! WE CAN oive YOU SATISFACTION Arto GUARANTEE ALL WORK Your car will be overhauled under Ihe able supervision nl our chkf expert, Mr. SCoddart, formerly master mechanic of a car capacity garage In Winnipeg of renown success. .CHARGES MODERATE PALACE GARAGE t. M, HAVEN SECOND AVENUE 1337 C. H. STODDART Mechanic time to reach "sVInnlpifc by Thursday nfgM. the executive relent, there can be no Thunder Hay chal-j lenjre for the cup this season, i W6LFE j O'uio, Jiarrh i ot Cleveland, oulpointeil Pete rilorrnan, of Xcw Orlt-ans, world's' chairiinon bantamv.-c-ight boxor, in a fight here lonighv arcording to the decision awarded by newspaper i critics. Woodmen working In Sharp's woods, seven from report hav- ing seen large-sized lynx. HOLD GERMAN SECRETS UNTIL PEACE 8IONEO BERLIN, March ei foreign olTice and the government in. general have not only laken no steps to pub- lish ths promised While Book with thc full German diplomatic foreign correspondence eovtriny thc outbreak of the war, bul they are decidedly opposed lo any such publication before the conclusion of peace. Trysir spokesmen argue that the one-sided publication by Germany of tuch before the entente'. jovernmenta likewiie lay opxn their archlrn bt i technlcil Stirling playfi In Raymond Satur- day night, two games. AUTO TIRES OF ALL SIZES VULCANIZED By tho Famous Haxwon.l Syalern RE-TREADINQ REPAIRING By experienced Workmen. All work guaranteed. Special Kqulp- nest for Kin Cat R. D. RITCHIE lltfi St. t. Off. SlltoOfl Mlllt SERVICE STMION WUIard is starting over a rnl.lion cars this spring and It tbe owners give us a ire will'kccp them gomg. And, Mr. Owner, tear ilia la W1LLAROFREE SERVICE Does a .ot for tut it can do more (or HTI ones. i 3! ISerenth Streets: (16 Economical Transportation Come in and talk over your transportation and truck problems with us. We can assist you. We have a good proposition in a one-ton Tonsmore truck. Also Nash and Chevrolet trucks. BAALIM MOTOR Co. BACK OP UNION BAKK A Card Will Bring You of Our Handwme HU ;