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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 8, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX M to business in o put balls between the posts. sporting line on VTedneEday night, Hockey Results TORONTO. March St. Pat and Baseball Teams Will Be Discussed For the Coming'Season I ricks out of the running- for tho Nat- ional Hockoy League title this season, j the crowd that witnessed SI. 1'atrlck's defeat Quebec here on Saturday night the score of 11 lo 2 was compara (Continued from Front 1'ngc.) tario, with an estimated average value of JG6 an acre, and Quebec'with }72 an acre, are above the average for Dominion. Last year both Ontario and (Continnva From Front Page.) Prince Joachim Arreiied BERLIN, March S.-rGustav Nosko minister of defense, hns ordered th provisional ai-rest'of Jouchln The Canadian Gas Saying Device GUARANTIES J M Gen! Hi torn AND IT DOES BETTER For the and the li W.OO For the McLaughlln artf Dodjr the price li to fit all models and of MADE FOR TRAQTCMS See us about this wonderful little gat and mwwy-saver. Mechanical Garage COR. 4TK AVE. A 3RD ST. S. PHONE '1110 Quebec gavo each the average of farm] Albrecht of Prussia, cousin of forme lands at an acre. The value of! Emperor Willlua, and Baron von Pla- farm lands In Manitoba, while fIuetuat-[ ten, for engaging In ah upon between ?29 In 1910, and In I Captain Houghovin, a French officer 191S, rose to ?35 an acre In 1919. In J with the Inter-allied mission In this at the Adlon hotel, Saturday. Saskatchewan farm lands were valued city, at J33, as against 529 an acre In 1D1S and 524 In 1914, and Alberta lands In- creased In value from an acre In 1914 to In 1917 and ?29 In 1919. Farm Labor Higher Tho average wages paid for farm belli In 1919 show considerable in- crease as compared with Ihe previous nlglit. The assault occurred in tho uining- rooiu. the princo and his friends liurl- Ing candles, crockery and otJier mis- siles at Captaiu 'Koughevln luul his party Who hail refused to stand while tho orchestra was playing "Dculsch- land Uber Captain Roughevin Pottenharn suffered Aston Villa. a 1-0 defeat by The unconditional Magee, the Chicago itlayer, 'last week, has caused con- A call lias been issued for an execu- tive meeting, at which it Is intended to make decisions concerning the release of Lee 'tranches of sport that'the cluh will Cubs handy participate in this summer. siderablo speculation City baseball circles. in tho Windy Xo reason for he unceremonious dismissal of Magee made public by Manager Mitchell of the Cubs and th? affair is shroud- ed iu deep mystery.' It is hinted that Magee's days as a. major league player arc ended, although Magee was under contract with the Cubs for tho homing season. It Is rumored Hint the Cub utility player was! lei out at the instance of the national commission, which has been investigating the acts of several major .league stars in con- nection with an alleged gambling scandal. New York Yankees wearing broad smiles. followers are For the Yank owners ha.ve just received the good news that Armando Mnrsans, 'he clever but temperamental Cuban out- fielder, wants lo come back. -Mar- i The cluh stands in the way of hav- ing one of tho best football lions in tho city. In Ihe employ of the company some of the hest material in the southern portion of the pro- vince is lo be found and If these play- ers slick to tlieir an'n organization other football teams will have to play hard to keep them off the lop of the ladder. is the notice Issued for the meeting Take Measure of Raymond K. A. Hoopers in Final Game year. For as a wholo healen ami his clothes were wages per month during summer males, Inclusive of hoard. Is and When tho prince entered the Aillon for females J43 a value Innch Iho following day. Sunday, hoard Is J24 a monlh for males, and; 'ie was lolJ by Ihe head waller that J 519 for females, and Is Included in coullt not lla served and that II !ahove averages. In 191S the cost of he insisted upon Uking a seat ot a farm help during summer inonlhs was 'f1'10 wallers would strike. Joa- for males, at J70, inciutt-1 thereupon lelt tho hullding. Ing ?21 a month for board, and for ll is believed the attitude of the females at a monlh. Including is duo to a decision of Iheii monlh for board. Compared by opposed ilo reaction- provinces, the average wages per arlcs- IB. known here whether month for male aud female help re-'lnc French government has taken any specllvely, in the summer season, as a consequence of the inci- dent, but it is expected that It will lead to unpleasantness for the German rhn- Own .nrreso.iRJeat) CARDSTON, March a score of.21 to 20, the CErdstqti High School won from the Knight Academy at llayniond1 last night.-In one of the most'exciting'basketball games ever as follows: British Columbia, 596 and J61; Al- berta, J9E and ?6S; Saskatchewan. and ?S5; Manitoba. JS9 and New Brunswick. and J35; Quebec. and 537, and Ontario. and 510. Cheaper The downward