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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 7, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, MARCH 7. ADDITIONAL SPORTING NEWS BIFF-BING-BANG r. S. K.--------------- Dear spirits are wtlltn' not us, wa U ntora cultured tad but the flask la weak. Nature plays decent. It low down on pony of un. Me (or But, nerer-the-leu, the blf nlte Instinct. If driven Into Aladdin's cave comes around, We carefully hide the and asked to take two gifts, the 2nd j sport pane under the piano, put on our after a would be the prow- carpet slippers unbutton our veil and of a Benny Leonard. The secret Is out. I'd Ilka to wear a sweater, be as affable as cherpy to friend wife. An evening together at have a rubber hand on my hair, a ole, home. The phone rlnff as pre-arrang- bath robe, and tho ability to beat hull; ed, with your unattached side kick out of every fighter they tossed Into down town. You, ring against me. Primeval I am. Is an Incentive to every true eport lov- Kultured Highbrow stuff, oh we strug- done too oh alrile. Ill down, gle along, but Marra [a our guiding I Yon go and face her. Lots of great star. We wouldn't want to be no' actors never had a foot light shine la ham preliminary bruiser, Ob no, with all our degenerate Impulses we would want class In our choice of the arts. Stepping lightly, springy as a cat, slipping in and out. being always their face. Looklt all married men Yon'll to get a new one next time. Well you gently break the news. I shadow to the other guys but got to go back to the office, dang the a right hook to the chin as luck, don't wait up dearie, I may be ho mined our braad basket, peppering; late, daagthe the lack. I wax lookin' tormenting long range stuff on i forward to this evaalng together, the old sioaxr, falling confidently In-; On 7911 beautiful Lilac bush. It's a to a clinch and rapping In a good kid-; lift to be as I faced'as a woodsman's ney punch (not stew) as we untwined. axe. ourselves "from his clumsy embrace. I You go to the flte, and yell your fool then when. .th.e machines. had reeled head of, and you And as usual you oft enough film to make sure of our.have lots of good fellows for corn- share of Uin pictures being enuff to pany. buy a months supply of milk. Then, i But than have been times whan yon ah then, as the audience sat deathly j were stiusaV But linaen. we took m still, simply enthrajled at our tireless the Amateur Baling Carnival last energy.' .mystified by. cur Severity Thursday nlte at Majestic. It was and eluslvenftss..silencer! ami -wruhin- the biggest. brtfjMdt dollars worth of ful at. the exhibition of our ring fen scrappy mthastaTtlc walloping; eralshlp.. Then, at I pay about the ever arery Mat a race and end of the 7th round we would work nobody pvJM flTtka Wlj every start- our chopping blqck around so -we er gave alt taay had, and they all was would be facing rite Into the good, every dang one of them, gaie. (camera lens not jwas out to hand a place of crepe on Then let repeat, with a nod to the other guys door-nob. They wen Coaldale Is now tie with the Meteor for second position. for the Coaldalo crew Baldwi was the choice, scoring H points Doug, was thfl bright light r the affair. made nine Held an four foul baskets for a total o! 2 points. Line up and score: Meteors. Steels... Rose..... Denoon Minter... Crosier... Coaldale. Forwards ...22 Pederson..... Baldwin......: Centre Mltchel...... 'Guards Gunwald..... Jones 29 j PlAYFi ALLAN CUPMMAR.21 Word to That Effect Received in Causes Rumpus Feb., .28.-The word from Toronto yesterday to the eSect that the eastern hockey champions would not be ready to play for the t the annual meu of h C held last sprir the O H A was reprimanded for f'aliur. to nm HERE'S THE NEW CANADIAN CHALLENGER This picture take Fishing Vessel Trophy, ot the new Challenger for International y ri. Dennis, of the Halifax Herald, for an annual fishorrm th? Covernor-General drove the first spike lu the new Challenger. Challenger will be launched in about a month's time. Ifc la expected that the Wants Change in Rules Of Governing Oil Permits some arttHS'rlngslde who haye all, go gettei. kids. All dnce a hmer It i the t Ima nMtrlE "d you Hew tt promised and It occur cZnptens J defend cup but may baveto wait a month fore Deing called upon to play the fin- als In case thev Wsnowi nf Arthttr the ellminatTon grme SUK at the seconds ft the opposite corner, see going about daily business .mlling to Mr. Chief GUIesple on the strwts of ycwr own city. This and Judge JsUklon, we would concluda boxing .how. was a demonstration of th8' holiday. their clean living, r.d blooded, manly Biff! -Our wood shoot out like dispositions. There was not a rough a hasty Bing, we land spot, or a yellow strwk to the whole on hia heaving solo-pleTsource. Bang, programme. he crumples, falls backward doing a It was conducted under the reverse spread eagle, bumping his age of one of the broadest minded head no-hard. -he-shakes the building, sport boosters In Canada's west. His Biff, Bing. Bang, the files over, the Honour Jldge Jackson, governor of champeen has made a monkey of an- the Alberta Branch of the A. A. tt. of other claimant for his crown. JC.. connection with amateur I acknowledge the plaudits of the sport In this city and In this province large audience that bunt Into a male-Ill an Incentive to evry true sport lov- itorm of eheeri. We walk over to the er from f years of The ex- poor chappie, pat him patronlslngly ample of constructive enthusiastic in- on the coco, speak words of cheer to terstt and support that he gives to hli dull smile consolingly Into all of amateur aantf r-.-j Ms glaied eyes, than turning on onr endeavor Mac awfood mrpnawtt eon- bood Uoang Bouts Also skip, throw a standlag sammarjceptlou. It athte. I aay. It's ralalog Staged in the New ..14 .1 J __j 1..H. __ i._ _i ____ i. _a._ __ J -It -.a _ ._ Ti mi. I T v iw Theatre fProm Our Own Correspondent) CRESTON, March spacious Grand Theatre was comfortably filled on Thursday night for the Rod and Oan club boxing and wrestling tourna- ment, at which six boxing and two wrestling houts were carded The feature of the wrestling was the loss of the Kootenay Indian championship by Joe Goodman, who was bested by Andrew Alex in two straight falls first of which lasted hut six min- utes, but the second went almost three-quarters of an hour. For the south Kootenay lightweight champion- ship Jimmy Lockhead of Creston had decidedly the best of it In two of tho three-round go with Harry Brown of Lister. The Jve preliminaries were all fast and a winner declared In all of them except the clash between Spike Hetherfngton and Ted Staples n the juvenile class. Provincial po- lice Officer Vaehon referred to veiy satisfactory fashion. much useful information was gleaned by the audience. Mr. Strickland pass- ed around the car specimens of hop- per eggs and hoppers In the different stages of growth. Farmers came away from tae lectures feeling that valuable information had been gath- ered for future use. Mr. Morgan, the supervisor of con- solidated schools for Alberta, was out at Orion on Wednesday, the 2nd oE March, calling tlie board together for a business meeting. The home talent went to Etzikoml on Wednesday night and gave the play "fjor before a good audience. Says Great Britain Behind Propaganda to H. A. Mackie, M.P. for East Ed- monton, move r'or a change In the regulations which, he declared, discourage, private enterprise. salt, toss the old red bath robe standard all alone Ihu. Watcl our Apollo farm, and to add an It grow, particularly at tha kiddles adc appogglatura to tha rhymlc graceful-1 a years. They are off to the rlga less of our carriage, we vault lightly start and with clean, clear cat Ideal) over the_ropei and Into our dressing! And the mayor, ha was there, hi room. The champeen. I loves a fight, any anywhere, am Goodnite, its not to be, we plod noticed was alwan yelling en weary way, with aching arches, painful couragenwnt to nj who was get Indlgesting, conn, nok need, emanclat- ting the short end. hard him ed anaemic, Weary eyed, riroonv self but rare old free Ighttr all the deredl life treadmill, prohibition ole lime. where Is thy itlng, oh bootlegger pro-, There wasn't a dull.moment In the elalm thy victory. Nuthln to do till fan. Thanks. Mr. Brown, 11 tomorrow. But tfte spark of romance, the embers ot "It mite have been" fill in the long days and the dull nites with was a tit bit of a They going pall anoth.r Am r.teur boxing at the place. such brain .pictures 8 a we have forced I hope, I'll be there, helleva me. from a point. But hurrah, tidings of muah Joy, Peppy stuff, they Is a prize fight a boxing carnival coming to town, awake ole boss and enjoy your ostu. such sews gives dull care burdened sport an.analeptlc Alp. (Please Mr. Webster for that one, don't con- fuss it with Will we go, certainly not. the very Idea, coarse vulgar fellows, degrading, uncultured .brutes, "and baser onlook- ers, the savage strata of the lower or- ders of our soclalgradings. Mil with such, We read our Is it abaoolootely necessary- that It ba ings for pleasure'and relaxation nib shoulders with the bull ring of onr crowded Ctty life. Nay, nay Pauline, Toura, O. T. FELIX CITED. COALDALE WALLOPS METEORS IN HOOP GAME The Coaldale aod Meteor hoop teams clashed Friday night with dlsastrouf results -for the Meteors. The Coaldala CMW "took the Knox tion after n i r a Vrd their top rung post- tuasle. game was a alp and tuck affair all the way through, the Alfalfa growers just beating their lighter opponents by three points. The defeat .eaves the Daces la first place, white AUSTRALIAN CRICKETERS WIN FIFTH GAME SYDNEY, N. S. W.. Mar. dian Associated won the Afth and last cricket match 'rom England today by nine wickets. Taken to Manyberries in Order to Hear Lectures on Farm Topics (From Our Own Corresnonflent) ORION, March event of this week which stands out above all others la, of course, the visit of the interprovincial weed train. By ar- rangement the train was stopped at Orion and quite a number who lived near the town availed themselves of a ride to Manyberries, others living between the two places went by car or team. Scholars from the Orion school were sent so as to give a re- port to the school next day. IMPRESSIONS OF RUDDKORE The lecture cars .were well filled when the train arrived at Manyber- ries. Quito a crowd greeted It, and .he school pupils were marched down n addition to the adults. While the train was travelling be- :ween Orion and Mahyberries the laggare car containing .the different tinds of machinery aa well us the specimens of weeds growing, also the seeds of the different weeds placed mder magnifying glasses were in- spected by those travelling on the train. The different speakers were given an attentive reception. Mr. w. H. Falrfield spoke of weeds as the enemy of the farmer. Soil drifting also was spoken of and valuable hints were given to lessen the evil by the meth- ods he advanced. Speaking ot" weeds, he said they robbed the soil of morn moisture than was lost through evap- oration. Plow at the. right time was hia advice on the summerfallow ques- tion. Another speaker dwelt on tho bene- fit of the fanning mill. Don't put weed seeds into the ground at 'the same time as'you sow your grain. I Mr. Bedford of Manitoba spoke of the quantity of dockage on grain and the loss it represented to the farm-, era of the west. Tho weeds were j !lt the head of the lakes, and' manufactured in the south into stock resold to.the western farmer at 25c a lb. He spoke ot the menace of the wild oats and the different kinds of thistles and stinkweed and :he manner in which they were deal- ing with tbcrn. Isolate I the patches Of weeds and see that they do uot mature before they are destroyed. Mr. Strickland was very intoresiing in bis remarks on cutworms, hoppers etc.. and how to deal with them. In I onswor to a question, he said that it' vaa finite a tragedy the killing of the I Jirds by scattering of gopher poison is the bird was the destroyer of the I needs which do so much damage to I crops, etc. This district has not yet been hit' very hard by the hoppers, bin. we! vere given information as to tbe help) o be given us in case of a. visitation j rom the evils bo named. i Prof. II. Culler from tho Unl-l of Alberta spoke chiefly on rop rotation. He advocated winter ill lo Dnr'ini wheat. Vhen asked about a market for rye, e said it could he sold on the mar- el the same as .wheat. He also men- loned that rye bread was used on be weed train three times a day. Corn growing, sweet clover and the ilo question were all touched upon Riga Messages Claim Internal Affairs in Russia, Are Stormy LONDON, Mar. messages recently have quoted the official Mos- cow papers as printing resolutions adopted by communistic laborers showing tha existence of strikes and disturbances and also what was de- clared to have been an official declar- ation issued by Premier Lenine and War Minister Trotsky on March 2, saying grave disorders had occurred and that the city of Petrograd anil immediate district had been placed in a state of siege, with all authority given into the hands of a committee of defense, added that-former General Kozlovski and other officers, backed by Social- ists, had mutinied on March 3 and ar- rested several of the Pstrograd soviet administrators. Other reports from Scandinavian sources received Friday declared con- ditions both in Moscow and Petrograd were serious, some of the "'reports stating that there was a prouounped movement among the troops against using force in dealing with the revolu- tionaries. Russians Revolt LONDON, Mar. peasants and workers of the province of'Abkh- asia, in the Black Sea district of the republic of. Georgia, have revolted against the Menshevlk government, it is declared "n a wireless dispatch from Moscow today. Senator Borah makes the statement that he had suggestions that Great Britain was circulating propa- ganda la the United States to deter naval building. S.S.B.AIP1 Representation Come Befojre House of Commons to OTTAWA, Mar. J. A. Sexsmith, Peterboro East, has filed a resolution asking the house to appoint a committee to inquire Into the different forms of proportional representation with a view to recom- mending one of these for adoption. P. Rinfret, St. James, Montreal, has given notice that he will move in the house an amendment to the Insurance Act to allow the issue of permanent insurance policies against sickness. I. E. Pedlow, Renfrew, has filed an inquiry asking the government as to :he truth of a statement reported to lave been made by A. E. Fripp, M.P., to effect that the government re- the invitation of the ruse.d admission to Canada to "three adds the message, "French war- ag ot asks ships are bombarding the populated regions liberated by the insurgents." ABBOT CUP CHALLENGE REGINA, March Beavers of Calgary, junior amateur hockey assoc- iation champions, have sent in a chal- lenge for the Abbott Memorial cup. the government if such action was taken and what wore the reasons. VV. H. White. Victoria, B.C., is ask- ing the government aa to tbu appoint- ment of Messrs. Thompson, Reid, Fox, Fowlie, as members of the advis- ory and qualification board of the soldier settlement board at Prince Al- bert, Sask. Mr. White asks what com- and arc scheduled to play an elimma- Penstttlon 'he men received, if they tion series at Regina with the junior i have ,fervei1 overseas and in what Victorias on Wedensday and Friday of this week. The winners of the serie go to Winnipeg to play the final fo tho cup with the Falcon juniors o: March 15 and 17. Bitterly Limit Proters n a very interesting manner. Each f tlm spcakeru paused during ayMKiiij; to answer questions, Ijr. forlies Godfrey, M.I'.l'. who was called to order by the Speaker of the Ontario Legislature for his hitter attack upon tho Uiddoll-Latch- ford Commission. Dr. flodfrey is lioiiiK urged to allow liis name to go forward'as willing to the i Eland for the scat marie vacant by the and j death of Capt. Tom BARNWELL HOOPERS HAND TABER WALLOP (From Our Own Correspondent) BARNWKLL, Slar. Barn- well hoop artists journeyed to Taber Tuesday night and slipped it over the Taber quintette to the tune of 27 to 24. Our boys exhibited great talent and pulled off some' splendid com- bination work. H was a close and Interesting game from start to finish. Lelth Johnson and Cliff Peterson were right there with the. goods when it came to the shooting stunt. All in all we consider that wo have a team to be proud of. MONTREAL POLICE LACK DRAINS, SAYS MR. JUSTrCE WEIR MOKTKI3AL, Mar. is so- rions need for reorganization of the' police system in Montreal, said Mr. Justice Weir in speaking to the court of lung's bench here yesterday after- noon. "Our police- organisation should lie entirely remodelled and it should completely re-organized and more efficient and intelligent men shuuld ie placed at the head of affairs. It is irains that is needed in onr police de- and ability. Doth ire sadly lacking today." This arraignment followed as a re- sult of the trial of Henry Buertin. The act that he was insane so obvi- ous that Mr. Justice U'elr expressed ittonishment and indignation that he had'beeu kept four months in jail. Theft of Liberty bonds of the valuo if was announced by the