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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 6, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX 11 IK LKTHHRHXiS? DAILY HKHAUJ TlirnsiMY, MAHCI1 C, 1919 "BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McManus ILL LOCK THE AM THROW THE KEN HtlL NOT H tF KIN HELP IT The Sport Page Hockey Tonight Tonight at the Auditorium rink the tocal puck chasers will stack up against the Ccalhurst crew in the first game en local Ice for so long thst fans of the past will be there vrJtti whiskers and silver hair. Tte hockey space in 'the rink isn't alt that H might be, but H's better than nothing, and a game of hockey can be played on it, and the boys hope a lot of folks will be pretent just to tee what a feocker game is like. If the indi- cations are that Lethbridoe would take to hockey, then next winter there would be some encourage- ment to fto ahead and do thing. Be on deck tonight and see an exposition of the fastest game In the world. (STANLEY CUP DATES I FIXED FOR MAR. 12 AND 14 AT VANCOUVER VANCOUVER, Mar. nayr March 12th, and Friday, March U, ar- Ibe dates definite- ly fixed today for the champion- ship playoff by the teams finish- ing first second In the Paci- fic Coast Association schedule. The Vancouver wilt be4 without the services of Mickey McKay m the remaining matches was ths statement made today by President Frank Patrick. McKay underwent an operation Jackson May Leave White Sox to Trade Three Players hpld on Friday cf thts week, when it is to complets an organization that .wilt not only foster sport in the mar, but will a ho-be In poeitlan next winter to provide the people of Lethbrfdge with a place for skating and hockey. The Albertan wishes Lethbrldge success with their venture, and is Cooking for- ward to the time when inter-eity will be revived between Lethbridge and Calgary, The grtatest boost Lethbridge can have In the proposed organization it the presence of all interested in sport at the meeting Friday. Bob as did Brings and Schweitzer. !i. .Moore 224 121 Kulpas ..K7 149 line them up for the fresh season- A establishment, the 12 months' deal with Detroit may be and from the completion of a trade beneficial to both clubs may further treatment. This new ci -nZ! be out over li. 162 IbO S-i owen Bush a Change will j dividual initiative seems to be the such rnolto of the Canadian regula-Uvho met again yesterday to discuss tion does not alter lho. existing pro- i the espansion and promotimi of Can- i cedure by wliich a man ivio breaks adian business in Prance, bue credit! 4 MIKE CIHONS WON ST. PAUL, .Minn.. Mar. of Et. Paul, beat Soldier BirifieM, BrooStiyn. nice rottada out o' ten nere last nUjht. .Bartlleld had the be of the final roand, bat the icas GiWxms'. In (lie iota B; field -TockeJ Gibbons with swine and brou t- Totals..-101 TT3 Jennings .157 1-2 HI4 ;Sloan ....HO 1-19 137 Totals-.297 271 Jil JR. 3foore US 177 Kulpas ..142 ITS 171 311 33S 13S us Cwcn Biuh lias made it known that' down with a disability caused or ag-iis given to Mr. Lloyd Harris, the Tan-! he doesn't intend eoirir hack to De- i gravated by active sen-ice is entitled lo ailian irada commissioner, whose fre-j CJitroit. this year and would-wel-jpsy and allowances during the lime j quent visits here have largely conUlb-1 come a trade. This diminutive in-1 be is receiving treatment from the de- L'ielder wants a change in scenerj-. KW parlinem. The provision whereby a man under- utetl to the formation of the committee, i Questions of transport, finance, mark-' cling and planning our export- trade j would glvc'J'Uwnie" the glad pn jjj s.u.h Sde flnd he might, Bolns treatment had Ins pension can- campaign in Franco are to he taken 1 celled in order that he might be put 'up and it has been suggested that the', on luH pay and allowances by ihc de-isame committees should continue Us STOP! IF VOUR TIRE COULD TALK WOULD YOUH TIRES BE CRYING STOP. NUFFSAID! TIRE SERVICE CO. Scnultz and Necl (Formerly Palace Vulcanizing Works) Opposite No. 1 Fire.Hall Totals. .290 'US 32? 162-1 the-pivot arcund which a 153- 777 soldiers'civil rfreslaWlsh- work after the war, making Us head-) tm-oush all his trouble relative has.hsen amended. In luVure, the quarters in Paris. ..pension will continue and the amount dependents' allOTT' deducted from the" TriK proposed meeting mention, ed above b.3i been postponed for p few days. The Item, howevsrT shows that Lethbrido.ft's sport re- vival is attracting attention. the interests of player and amount of allowances paid by the de- MICKEY "ADLY SMASHED VANCOUVER, March Shover ,.165 Evans ...173 1S1 Ui 16S 161 _______ ______ versing njrosen in print on Jackson, SID Wj on'J alternative Ecenis to he as to receive war service Totals, ,341 iracle, for Joe is too valuable a play- jcr to he sold outright and the Chicago club h in a position to get.raen need- ed }o gJvc JIanpger G.'cason a pen- nant winning combination. Jactaon probably wouldn't play his best in Chicago umler present conditions. Detroit May Get J2cksor> never imagined' Cobb and Jackson might he on the same ball club, but that very liable to lower Jaw to be broken in iu t, happen In order to Straighten out the chin. Physicians have ordered him' Pfcjers Hold Meeting on tlic am; De. not to play In any games until the, and Prepare lo Put Team MatKay'a Jaw- fractared and lightning rover of the Vancouver mil-; Iionaire3 may not play any more hotkfiy this season. This becamft; known' yesterday, when two X-ray ex- j amioaliona were made, showing the Canada After Trade The fallowing re-marks made by Mr. Lloyd Harris at a recent meeting ot Canadian business men visiting here show the intentions of the Canadian government to go out attcr the after- the-war trade in France. Mr.'Harris said "We must sell our goods at reason- able prices, dealing at French ports, or even large cities and market cent- rea in France, and concentrate on pro-' ducts indigenous lo our soil. The ct- fort of actually doing tlic business y on completion ol his course ftowewr, be put forward by the in cancelled. It la now Possible {l themselves; by this extra money in all cases jjng (hemsclves together well as by{ provided the man has attended reg.i-, seuding rcpreacntatives of such frroupa larly for more than two month and, Francc; by standardizing Ihetr pro-' completed tho course; d by arranging to produce where awarded him and provided t 1W h, large nuanune5; but full by the Apartment JJU B, the to enable the man to obtain employ- >t be We Don't Fix Radiators We Repair Them The Reliable Radiator Repair Shop George Rear "D" Farquhanon, The Tailor, 5th St. S. to mcnl- tractate is healed, which it is said i may bV sii months. In addition, there are five teeth knocked out as the result ol the troit clubs. JacVson would (eel more at home on thi; Detroit club bsr.snsai lie has never been by old- j cials of that team or by sporting vrit-j Mar. cnftusias-lcrs in lhc of lhc Straits. Joe, bai-' v Fif'H nem (From o-jr Own Correspondent) VUJ.OAX, '.March Wliai mt Mr. l.loyd Harris pointed out that j Canada must prepare, (o secure her share of by stiidying the needs i of France anil hy being ready to sup- i ply thtm with dispatch. Among those favoring lho establish- ment of :r permanent committee in Paris are Gcorg" Waslilnglon Stevens land Professor llerclt, of Monlreal; C. p. Sutherland, L. W. I'ratt and many j fs espccicd of the offic- ANDY THE RADIATOR MAN 418 FIFTH ST. little 8n tho Hon. C. W. Cross, lit permittc I to play for KM (jleaton Ifon. Eirsl vice int-Kf. C'onvmely hi? name given in with other eligible bach and Lieut. Col. Cornwall for thU year's world series In Ihe event of Vancouver winning out in the Pacific Coast Itasue. Ramsey. (Hugh ha3 taken Hon. second vice shine to Charley Hishcrg nnd would wo-rM en5lnej sareit the residence ot Samuel, Mt" important Inlcrnationiil Stewart, allhoush it receiver! a bad demises lo tor- HOCKEY PLAYER I A. O. MacKay. DIES IN SIBERIA I'reslient-W. J. Stark. soorelilng. Xoililng of much Import. cign interests dnrlne the and ante savcil, and It was said tho wm make- some steps rchtlve to ad-i bulUIng wos covered by insurance, i justing the national debt. Tho nrltish Mr. Kdwln Hume, who left bis farm ch.irgc tl'affalrs conferred Preai t i i i i flUIUVi MJ1W UI3 I HI ill (ItilFKC (laiiaira CQniHTTUU Wllll flV.11- IS.S11 i Wean BPrlng lo amt "carran.. yuwrtiy robUvo j Jackson In the fteal. WIEBEC, Slar. News readica hero that Emmet McDonald, brother 1C. f. Hepburn. of Jack McDonald, of the Canadlen Alrtii. Hockey Club, had died from pneumo- nia In Siberia, where he was with the Canadian Force. Ho founder of the Sons oi Ireland hockey loam. firn vice- in-Mlflent-Mayor Clark. i tm told Intimate fricniU that he con- Seconil vice Amerman si'lererl his hst year as a major leaguo plnyer In the tiox receive lleilman i or Veach in this swap. Oleason would the U. S. army, has returned lo Vnl- (ho effect that the proposed Mr, it ton will' foavo on Kriltah Inicicsis. Ihe can nnit >vill his father, Maiden, with his (arm duties coming fieason. Welcome home is the feeling of all his numerous friends. t, j j Vulcan Is lo have another shoe hos- be gelling a ruliaMe man for hi_s out- ,n thc ai SERVICE STATION Willard is starling over a million cars this spring and U the owners give us a chance we keep (hem going; And. Mr. Owner, bear this in mlnd-r- WILLARD FREE SERVICE a lot for dead hatteriea. but it can do more (or Uvo ones. 311 Seventh Street S. Phone 616 Driscoll. KxoaMve Mfeasrs. W. .1. Powers. E. Rsmis, 3. Hazza, F. Dray ton and O. Mtssrj. Young and Coulson were two for tlio Km, offensively anii tie- 1 location clctterl to represent Ihe rlnb Icruively conalclercJ. Hash would com-j vuicjtn Curling Club jJutjilcfc fink be fir goM condition j Teams Won Lust play p.c., for the match btlveeTvCiefutfens and Vancouver ...If; 8 .555 Ottawa tonight in ih'fi post-sea son to receive a monojr grant from the Seattle fl I fur tho National Professional ImperEal 1o (he amount of Victoria IV .fi2Hpckey. JAMAICAN COUNCIL KINGSTON', lc'gl31.P.Uvo crmnch Tho governor announced a deficit of New fixation te to Vic im- fnclntUni? an incoino tAx, U la alflD announced that Jamaican soldiers who served in tbo Kuropcan war arc We Have Just Unloaded Two Carloads of CHEVROLET BABY GRAND AND A BABY GRAND SEDAN. NOW ON DISPLAY IN OUR SHOW ROOM. BAALIM MOTOR Co. BACK OF ONION A Card Will Bring You One of Our HindMmt 1919 ;