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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 7, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAf.K'STX TUB LKTHHIUlKiK UA1UY HKKALU FRIDAY, MARCH 7, 1919 I BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McManus The Sport Page Lining Up for Classy Boxers v Alberta Circuit of Clubs Will Put Ring Sport on Map Fans who havs been disappoint- ed so many times during the win- ter because of the difficulty in lin- ing up borers lor events fcere will. ibe pleased to anow that Leth- fciidge is getting in line to set the best of any timber in the'boxing line which comes to Western Can- Ads, wid it Je being done through an arrangement with the men who are promoting 'boxing in Calgary tad Edmonton. Bdzaoatoa has the to on 15 round bouts. ias just obtained the right, as a result ot the organization ot a commission tbere, to put on 'lO round contests, and in bridge the ten round go has ai- m-ays "been in order so long as tie game kept clean. And new the three cities arc ar- ranging to pool their ia order that some of the best in the game may be brought in. Cal- gary is arranging an arena cor 1100 fans. Edmonton has a good and in Lethhridge the Ma- jestic will accommodate a crowd that will attract Jboxers. By tie promoters in lea three cities pool- ing the travelling expenses it win be possible to bring In'boxers frcai long distance to put oa exhibitions In the tbree cities and Alberta will n reilTal in the ring game which will please the thousauds or in the proTince. The boys -who have oTerseag hare seen plenty ot boxing there and will ieen tans. On Wednesday next, Len S, of the'local club ia going to Calgary and Kid Seal- er, the Edmonton matchmaker, Trill be t-here. They "Will meet nrtth the eiecntlTo of the Calvary Boxing and as a re- 'i suit thare will be something do- ing fn tie near future In toxin g v Tie Albertan sport cri- tic, "writing about the >proposal to hare the tbree cities join to mafce the fsme a eacceas ty bringing in good boys, nys: lUaeffer Eddie Koft of the Cal- fctry boxing commission, has com- ftmcKncenti whereby Ed- Lethbridge Trill share the expenses -with Calgary la bring- ing boxing material to Canada, U Is altogfether likely that Meiicino Hat -will also be Included. By this arrangement it will be a tough proposition for any bogus toier to come ia and get away TrlUi any rough stuff. It will pave the way for bringing nothing but the ffstfc talent and at the Airae time make the expenses ot the various clubs considerably lighter than if taey had to singly guarantee percentage o! 'the gate, provide two round trip tick- ets and hand out other incidental expenses. In. mht-r words, thesa arrange- menU will guarantee Calgary, Letibridge and Edmonton fans that they are going to have the privilege ot seeing lopnotciers in action at a very minimum expense. The Calgary boxing commission is conducting ils affairs on a busi- ness basis which Is an Msurance of every success. Ciet Mclntyre, who has been a leading fight promoter on the Pa- eiftc coast for years and is now in charge of the Elks club, Seattle, Wash., writes that he is glad to hear that Calgary has a real box- ing commission. "Portland, Ore- Bon, Is operating tliek own box- shows under a commission, appointed by the .city council, aad they are more satisfactory than eay sbowB that have been staged by private he says. Going With a Hung and Real iionspiel Time All G. Stanley High River, siding wKh Col. Spencer on this argument, while A. Kbbctts Vermll- lion, supported Mr- MacKay. Col. Spencer emphatically declared that by placing the interest rale at 8 per cent Jon Hie deferred arrears, a barricade I would be created to tho paying of ar- [rears by tlie pretty-owners, and Iho FKOM FHONT PACK) cities would Us oft than before. Tlu Epidemic Expenses The bill permitting municipalities to issue debentures lor the iiaynitnl o( Indebtedness contracted in fighting (117 inlluenza hacked tij> {before the house got through with It second reading. Debentures may denied thil ho had ever seen live tote- gram which Conner had Bout to the minister ul the agricultural depart- ment, nskinx if Uak'y had the rEght to collevl com 011 Batons, lie repudiated Conner's statement an untruth that he had mentioned Mr. nawo siylBg, "I uevcr did. 1 had uo He dented that Uo ever had the con- versation with Conner which tfee lat- ter had related! behtail a bulldiug on the Judsoti (arm in whU'U he had said was uolhSog doing ou only a comubsion ol ?1 an acre. "Did you tell him that the Hon. Duncan Marshall to receive a share of tho was tooth- fir question put to Daley. "I answer that before Mr, Conner and my maker that I dftf not. I never mentioned Mr. Marshall's name to him or any other jwrsoii about any or share In any coBimls- slon and when ho says that I did ho tells A manufactured, a deliberate falsehood. "That's my de- clared Daley. He ulso denied that Conner had ever told him ho was go- ing to expose tho deal, dcoicd that lie had held a conversation wjlh Con- ner relative to collecting au acre commission on tho High Hlvcr ranch, or that he had ever inquired If Con- ner had the Baxter-Held ranch on his list. within ihe province, or iti any place Trithin the province, any person seek- ing" employment, or for giving or fur- nishing information regarding employ-1 ers Eeelu'ng workers or workers seek ing emphjyajent." Mr. Hoadley thought this clearly hit, AUTO TIRES OF ALL SIZES VULCANIZED By the? Famous Haywood Srstfttn RE-TREADING REPAIRING By experienced Workmen. All work guaranteed. Sptclal fciuijh mcnt for Him Cut R. D. RJTCH1E 208 13th at S. Opp. EHUon Mills MONTREAL, March iens defeated Ottawa, 4 to 2, to- night, thus winning the snip of the National Hockey league and the right to meet the winner of the P- C. rl. A. championship, for the world's hockey honors. Hoadley pointed out that the gain r: open events. The visitors are Daird to (be newspapers, wliicli thereby and McCarty, from Tabcr-. McKitmey. came from Granum; RieJ, from 13 a-vr lElanti; "-Mr. Kwjtig declared (he.liiH clearly Wol'e and Spconer, from Vuiran, aod affected the newspipers. as they were, soetton dealing with disputes between municipalities over which one is re- Tponsible ,for the payment of treat- raent of persons brought, from one to Eii and Percy Law arul Snytfer. from practically speaking, employment The arc- Simpson, agencies hi this respect, maintaining Aird, Skeith, Livie.'Gaddes. Hamilton, bcses for the receiving ot such labor McXabb, Boyd, Clark and Parks. The advertisements anil charging a fee for [open events are well anil will the iirfverttsement. Hon. .Mr. Mackay 'be partly Into the' (ours by itio .3 was equally certain that it did not; ;'o'clock draw to Jay. Hamilton. Airrt that no court in Christendom would i and Clark won two games apiece yes- construct a newspaper to Tie an era- :terday. Llvie and puttered two Hoyment agency. Jattes Weir (non- ciefeais. The third cttnpfriltlan N'anton. asserted that lie be starting tins Everybody i was lawyer, but within the mean- Sis dollghtel roth ihe success upon'fog ol ordinary English in tho act, 3 an., ,mnnnPiliWn JO.IC. Moments tln> Ju.t ,vln, u with Lt being, served at the nnk, and the :.ce to newspaper, aos. Alex, riots' Centre Calgary, remarked: another. The section finally drait- before May 15 next, power to reads the bill, "slisU S'jnio as tbe basis of their decision thiit every municipality was bound (o care (or, in every way, those of its residents who were ill -with epi- demic inttaenea, find fhould have an STOP! IF YOUR TIRE COULD TALK WOULD YOUR TIRES BE CRYING STOP. ,NUFF SAID! TIRE SERVICE CO. Schullz and Neet (Formerly Palace Vulcanizing Works) Opposite No. 1 Fire far is excellent. Following Which He Will Like- ly Meet Boggard in Loca! King SH URGED "Would ft not be ns well to have some k central over newspaper adverlise- iien's for the clofck struck, ending the debate, with the still up in the air. Private Aigsncies" Position islde claimed under this act or otherwise is proper- ly and reasonably payable bj- any niu- within the Cleaning ol this There was 'argomcht over the dtttt- caHy of placing the responsibility tor the financial coat of caring for tran- sient persons, Mr. MacKay remarking, i We Don't Fix Radiators We Repair Them The Reliable Radiator Repair Shop George Fsrquharson, Prop. Rear "D" The Tailor; 51h St. S. Sis AT ran (Special lo The Herald) FERXIE, Mardi delayed 'inal game in the contest the Lip- hardt Cup, in Trvhich two Fcrnle riufcs was played on Fernla ice last nieaL from Herebmer's rink by 8 Tho contests for Ihe Fleishman Cup, ien Olar. Carssn and Al Rosa .have been matched to meet at catch, weights here on March ?0 ia a 15-rouacf bout. wtlch have btten going on betwe Cratibrook and Fernie Tints, vrere fin- ally _ decided yesterday, Cran- brook won ont from Fernie. Tueeday night the Bowness and Ho- garth rinks came to Fernie and de- feated the Feral o players. Bo-wness defeated U E. McDonald by, a score ol W.I o 10, aad Hogarth lost to Fred Johnson by a score of 14 to 9. Yesterday the tvro Fernie rinVs went up to Cranbrook to play again for the cup, tut Tvere defeated. Bow- ness winning from [McDonald, 15 to 1, and Johnson tjlne Hogarth, It may bti possible that Ferafe will have an- other try at ihe Fletehman Cup, thoagh nothing definite has been ar- ranged. Tne match menlioned above was j to hare been staged on March 6lh, but vra.3 postponed. Following the local mnn's Carson in Edmonton, it ia he here in the first match of the season. a. day or two and a definite announce- ment may de expected then. The fans are spoiling for a scrap and it (s hoped they Trill not be uisappainleif. other fealnres o[ tho measure a case cited by Mr. 7he premier, replying to arguments anything Howard Crartord South M.; for it but for the province (o carry Ih jmmtcra, said it TO nol the intention i take el'ect until the gavernmfcnt bur- 'were furnishing service, when [the legitimate bureaus would go out _ .'Of business rotunlarify, as he could ant Govenment to ccnceitc ot people applying'to pri- load. Dr. Stanley and .Mr. Weir, of the soveran-.ent Jo have the till OVEr. hat! Pointed out emphatically Movement and Provide Grourfds LEWIS AND BRITTON ARE HATCHED MARCH 17 CANTON', Mar. vrel- tenrelglit clampioa, and Jack Britlon, of Xew York, have been matched to box 12 rounds nere March 17. A bout (between the two ccbedule'd 'o be held here lasl month was cancelled because ol Illness. Lewis has agreed lo mate 145 pounds at 3 o'clock. LOCAL AND BARONS' BOWLERS FOR REGINA TOURNEY NEXT WEEK Local bowlers who will be Join- ed by Barons Irundfers, are going to Regina lo ths big provincial meet there next wtek, It de- cided when entry blanks were receivedr 'Hied tn and dispatched with the necessary entry fees. There wlf! be Evans and Shover of and Stark and Bill Moore of Barons in the antf likely a couple more good men fto fill out 1hs squad. The local's consider they have s very good combination and a of the breaks of luck hope to cop of the purses hung up. EASTERN 1 HATS V CAPS BOWLERS TO BANQUET At a large and enthusiastic meeting of bowlefa in tbe Do- minion alleys last night to wind the Five-Pin League, It vras decided to hoM a toilers' ban- quet, at vhlch about 50 will ha present, in the future. Derricott. Sloan and mitteo to make all arrange- LONDON, Mar. conference of representing all sports of the Un- ited Kfngtfom v.'as htfd in1 Lon- don and spproved'of r. series of rnemoriaJs lo be forwarded ta ev- ery itierribar of the cablntl and emphasizing the need for increased facilities'lor sport and recreaticns lor workers, not mere- ly to improve the Kealth of the na- tion, but zs tending to reduce un- rest and strikes. The memorials also point out that hundreds of thousands of ad- ditional players w'r'v took up sport while, serving In thej'army must be provided for. The conference suggests the sccm-c and let U at lew rentals and In- struct and empower municipali- ties to do likewise. The govern- ment is also requested to restore the railway fares for play- ers and to exemot non-profit mak- ing grounds from taxes. previously that the were carrying the load. (CONTINUED FROM FROXT PAGE) vale bureaus for a fee when tho gov- ermnent was providing the service ties. But there would ae 'aa unde- sirable dass ol employment agents, who, perhaps, vroulrl endeavor to con- tinue, and ;lie goverauent needt-d the machinery to put them out ot "busi- Replying (o U. K. Camp- hell Iloclty Mountain House, the premier eald lhat it was the In- jlentkn ot tlie.govDrnioenl li> give all months' notice before j putting tho mearure Into jili3t to far as iie was concerned, U I considerable jlo induce him to 'hcm- can B" Ws , were x retorted Taylor. "You can The delrate over the Tax 'Amirs set Kto hMe" Act was by Nelson Taylor alao allegcil that on another Spencer Medicine Hal, who occasion, he had been approached by ioferccl an amenament rcihicing the another 'offich! ot the govcrnmenl' j rate of interest on 'ttie deferred in-1 who wanted commissiMis oti sales of' stalmer.ts arrears (rom 8 to 7 per; "Itie to be brought under the cow cenl. In committee of the whole i bill. This rjnn, he sail, was A. V. (he proposed change was .Je-Ulaley. Mr. Mockay, however, com- en a viva voce vote. The gist relied the witness lo admit that the 1 W ln J' ol Cctor.fci Spencer'3 argument was that ihe cstennihle cbjoct of (he olll only Itnowledco he had that Malcy was an "official of Ihe government." was WANT RESTRICTIONS ON RACE TRACK BETTING TO BE'CONTINUED HERE OTTAWA, -Mar. delegation uTom the social fiervice council o[ la expected In Ottawa iomor- to proteJt against discontintiance thn fenlrkllons on race track ff ting. By an order-in-councti un- der the War Mcaiurea act belling was lnano [iro'nihiled during the war period. As ihe War Measures act Itself was rotlo rename j.crMr.s in Jialsy hail saH he Jlr. Mac- j hut to get the'back laies raitl; Kay sold that Maiev was nol and hy losins Iheir discount, in arrears penalized lo begin j that when [he discount wfts offerer! in j never tva.s an offlrial of Iho govcrri- I menl and roasted the witness for hav- they Ion It hy taHins to pay hDforc January, they were vir- tually penalized 4 per cent. ID begin with; lhat it the rate of interest made as low as possible, more per. fcons wouli! pay up tholr (rhirli war, wliat the cities Ing made Iho statement. Jlr. Mat-kny sought to (ilscradlt the n-itnp-is' hv compelling him lo admit lhat he thought Daley was (loins something wrong as a govern- ment official In trying to obtain corn- arrears, roisaion on sales anrt yet Taylor had desired, taken pait In the transarllons. Tho v expire on the concloslon of peace, hon-- ever, the ordcr'in council will cease Tie valid unless continued by fur- ther legislation. i No Doubt Your Car Needs Overhauling! CAN OIVE YOU SATISFACTION AND GUARANTEE ALL WORK Your car will he overhauled under the able supervision o' o-ir chief expert, Mr. formerly master mtchlQic ol a rri': capacity sarage In Winnipeg ol rer.c-7.-n S-ICCOFS. CKARCE3 MOOESAIt PALACE GARAGE HARD TASK AHEAD TO PROVISION AUSTRIA City r Wants Wiiiard- Dfmpsey IK Behind Offer In winding up tho evening, Daley POCATELLO1, March The Pootello Alhtrtle Club hit Tex Richard offer of tlMflOO cash for the Demety fiobt. the Idaho boxing were being revised so trot ruht mljht te lion. Mr. MacKay. combatting these; witness said he had mentioned Ihf argumt-iiU, made Iho point thai in the lo Daley and the laller told him he ew arranEcment for paying off Ihe was willing Id lake a chance, arrears in instalments, the cities' Daley'a Evidence arlopllng Hie system would naturally' j'ho financing csalnst these arrears; jttH the ordinarj- hank Interest was S fptr cent., ami that (o the lower rale woulil defeat the purposes oi Iho hill by mahins II impossible for Ihr, dtles to 'Iioiroiv against Ihe There was a wide difference of opin- ion on this point, W. T.'H. Blow Centre Calgary: II. J, Monl- gomory Dr. D, BiUencs? Only One for Mi If you batteries every day us 1 do you'd tJie same, and your chcr'cc like mine would be W.IIard every time. You'd as I evtty WiUard Battery is buiJt to give, full1 battery value for every pinny paid for that every pece of every plate, every jar, is known to b: right it tbe factbfy. complete Wock of WilLafd Batteriea andean sup- ply new one fully charted ready for use on your car. If you need battery repairs, well furnish you with a rental battery, so that your car can be kept in f 3.1 SEVENTH ST. PHONE 616 j revised so "ijht mnni ce 5. i j, R, BFSL'V, ion of the We re.M powers Eiill has1 ijnttta states '.s.-iatore and mil- powcrand li I'r.t m of ttic t'ub. lop- T. H. RAVEN SECOND AVENUE 163? C. H. STODDART Mechanic V.zr. co'mtll of xl-.G bnf'jre i'. the ol r'T--.Vv or '.'n ions of (oo-.l arc nwv bolus sent daily J ._____ into tho-e c-ountriea, thoiigli the lotal WINNIPEG. de- needs of their populations Is oslimati featcd Columbus, of'Port AUhur, 18 ft at tons. Means to insaro, to 5, in the play-ofl lonijhl. to ite who thrfr provisioning lo Iho needed will go Into Hie finals (or the Allan i tent are being might hy the 'f ALLAN CUP OATFS TOIIOXTO, Mar. sen- ioi A'lan cup garrcs bctvvcfr Thuniler Fpy run the O. iiijiy Iho Tigmj 'A Mamilton, will bo piayert here on Tuea- March 18, and Thursday, 'March 20. We Just Unloaded Two Carloads of CHEVROLET BABY GRAND SPECIALS AND A BABY GRAND SEDAN. NOW ON DISPLAY IN OUR SHOW ROOM. BAALIM MOTOR Co, Of UNION BANK A Port Card Will Brlnf Ha ;