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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 6, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWELVE DAILY HERALD SATURDAY, MARCH LIGHTS and SHADOWS By F. C. S. AL ROSS PIIIS UP THE WRONG ADJUSTMENT I chiropractors of Alberta were refused the status of medical men by i she provincial legislature. That's om'e ihey failed to make the proper adjust-[ ment. I But then, we Imagine (he legislature would be a iirotty hard, whimsical son of a uiale patient ai best. We oppose that'no sooner had one Vingard Got Decision But Had member got his bark turned than ail- other had slipped cut of phivc. i Yukon "bor.e drr." Dors that mean1 tkat evcTvlhlng is up, or I If the Yukon has truly cone Robert YV. Service will have to brlns out a new edition ot his poems. Uut again, the chances ore the rcvtieil vcr- sion would mold on the shelves. WHERE IS HE? U'hero is tho fellow anyway, who after Imbibing Jreely Saturday nisht. used lo remark wUh the proper nourishes: "I.ook'cc here. I'm golr.g 10 break whatshisnauie's nose before I go I'm. the undefoatctl cham- plon of I'nf drink mnhoRany." A yrunB lady in a certain Southern Albena n askL'd gentleman to buv a ticket for a basketball same. j "I'd Ulio to buy one. miss." said ho.i "hut I cannot hear very well at a ball Same." Yes, felloTvs, that's a true stovy. U is no longer u question uf the high cost of living. It Is a question of existing. HAT SALE COMING IN U. S, Judging from the number in the field their ought lo be some client hats available after the conventions In the States. To TravelAII Way to'Heat Lotal Boy Old Country Football Scores EnoJIan Cup Msrcii 1'ress results of the fourth round games In tUo Rnglish cup IlristoS City, 2; Bradford City, 0. Chelsea, 4; Bradford, 1. Huildersfield. 2; 1. Tottenham Hotspur. 0; Astoa Ylllv 1. SASKATOON, Sask., March Eddie Fineird, Wlnnipco, won the dtclslon En the 15-round middle- weight eestlon with At Ross of Catgary. This U the second win Flngird has scared over Ross, but wjc forced to travel all the way In lait night's session. The first ten rounds were practically evert, while Flngard had i shade in the last five. Ross elslmed a foul for holdlnj in the round, but was not upheld by the referee. Two Krst-clati preliminaries and a semi-final were staged. In the latter Young Broadway put over a slecD-preducer on George Dc'Kel- ver in the first round, but the bell saved De Kelver. After 17 sec- onds of the sscond aesiion Chief Donald stopped the bout. EVERYBODY DOING IT TKUKO. X. S.. March a meet- I Inj; of the local branch of the Great War Veterans' Association last night, ii resolution was passed urging that the Hearst publications "be denieil entry or circulation within the borders of Canada." Most parliamentary speeches arc- like wagon wheels. The longer I he spoke the bigger the tire. If the Ire wagon weighs 1400 pounds nnd the Ice 1000 -.vhat Joes idea that they can write for tho news- papers. The results arc often nmus- hi kindness to Ihc writers the children of their mentalities are con- j sinned 10 tho P. D. Recently n Chicago professor sent in a story to one of the great dailies of that city. U dealt with a tire, and this was the paragraph: cohtlagration resulted -when on ignited cinder .was wafted upward ice man weigh? Did we hear some, the chimucy, setting fire to one of the cedar shiuglcs which cov- bright boy say A POLITICAL REVERIE Who wears that wondrous, mystic smile, That one can-sec a half a mile? Who would it he bad'power to choose Jump q.ulck to fill the premier's shoes? Cnlder. Who always has his wits In gear? Woo met Sir Robert on the pier? Calder. Who brings the news that Bordea's well? Who tells the Grits to go to--------? Calder. A Hamilton preacher his resigned the pastorate ot a Methodist church and contemplates leaving the ministry of that church and setting up a free; lance church. If he fares no better] than many frea lance writers he had better stay with the old ahlp. 3 Girls sometimes keep lore letters for other than sentiment. WHO'S BOSS Mr. want yo to under- stand, Mrs. Hooligan, that Oi'm boss in this Mrs. seems lo forget, Hooligan, that like yerself, Oi'm Irish! David said that "all men are liars." If David were living today he might have to prove his mats.rient. Don't grow morbid or anything like that about the futility of human, en- deavor when you read these- iineg sung by Raymond Hitchcock: Seems to roe to take a bath Is a hopeless case; You Bet dirty once again, Aim the same old face. A HINT TO THE WISE There am mighty few people who sometime in their lives' fail to get the ered my roof. The fire department deserves great credit for tho intelll- i eent manner of its manoeuvcrins." Power with cheerfulness Emerson. Scottish Cup GLASGOW. .March Csnsdisn cup today were p'ay- ed-witli the- following results: Albion. 2; Aberdeen, 1. Hungers, 1; Celtic, C. Morton. 3; Uinark, 0. Aruiudale, 1; Kilmaruock, League Games March Canadian today resulted as follows: First League Burnley, 2; West llromwtch Albion, Manchester United, 1; Bvertoc. 0. Mlitdlesboro. 0; Suudcrland, 2. Newcastle United, 0; liiackburn I Rovers, 0. j 1; Derby, 1. i Sheffield United, 2; 0.' Second League Lincoln. 2; Birmingham. 2. Darnsley, 4; Durham, 1. Bury, 1; Grlmsby Town, 1. Clapton Orient, 1; RotliETham County, 2. Xotts Forest. 0; Leicester City. 0. 1'ortvnle, 0; Stoke, o. Stockport County. 1; Coventry City. 1. Wolverham, 0; Blackpool, 3. Scottish League Ayr, 1; Aiidrieonians, 0. Clyde. 3; Mlrreu, 3. Clydebank, 3; Falklrk. 1. Hamilton. 3; Parlick. 2. Hibenrlans, 0; llotberwell, L. Queen's! 2; Hearts, 2. llallli, 2; Dumbarton. 0. Southern Brighton nnd Hove A., -4; Swan- sea T., 2. Brentford. 3; Mertliyr T., 0. Crystal Palace; 2; Reading, Millwalt 1; Exeter City, 0. Northampton. 3; Southampton. 1. Norwich C., 2; Plymouth A., 3. X'cwuort C., 4; Gilllngliam, 0. Portsmouth, I; Lutou Town, 1. Swindon T., 2; Cardiff, S. South End U.. R.. 1. Walford, Queen's Park Rangers, .March opposite, vliwt of tho uvlulton sccom- plbhrnent ia the Cuitcd States during tho war we'r9 reported today In con- gress during a four-hour wseloir' de- voted entirely to discussion 'of diver- Kent reports arising from prolonged investigation of aviation iuittcrs''by a Uepresentatlve ot New York, who was a mem- sated aviation expenditure during the ot the conunlltee which war, declared that not one American- built battle piano or regular combine plane was produced during tho war from the expenditure of more than a billion Nearly Insane Leg Ukers kritf ttoty kn leltf re fioa Sartfi D. ci-i of Xwbuck. Ontirio. "I riu't ptmi ilMftea tar vlwt. I IB [wiftMrt M in? 1 hew dtelottd but DO UK. A Udv ttom f inBiMf that U. cured ber NMAVISII Rail, SW( SMW ia Suc- With (ialt That Mata Ltthbridffe BlusK For few tnm ft Utvr t D. D. D. u directed, Ice Wfcr nt W MTlnccd awl trr Wt nmatt roruyfornoriktn OiMtrg OM mfpti- uul llu IrcA it VniHteoxy (icV it ntkr fMa'l rrom UK 6m telllc. Tu U. O. U. too, 22 loticn for Shin Disease J. Htetobotdam fc Lid., drus- grets, OP TABLETS MARKED "BAYER" ARE ASPIRIN I ,Not Aspirinat AH without the "Bayer NEW YORK, -Marcb storm Mm paia another unwelcome visit to Xew York