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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 10, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBWDGE OA11A HERALD MON1UY, MARCH 10. "BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McManus NUVr I CAUL -lOU-COME HERE The Sport Page Raymond basket getters will be here tonight, and if it Is as of yorr, there will be a packed gal- lery to see a lightning fast game. Raymond and have at- fajrly evenly matched Is the reason they draw such forge Be on deck .early K you to get a seat Jitft fay way of jacing thlnft In basketball up a hit, the teams arc all protesting the garnet en the Stirling floor. U Is claimed the bavketi are iix inches too low, making it possible for Che Stirling giants to touch Hm and tip the ball juct like that The Stirling have alto been playing the. at the end of the floor u 'In." This allows for playing on the wall like off the In hockey. It the Stirling who are accustomed to it a, decided advant- age on their own .floor. George Big Bonspiel Was Success; Law Wins Brewery, Clarke Ellison; An Eight End Shatters History Sn, Is Going After Game Hard and Has Three Matches Lined Up Already from: alt the .Stirling the be. rait- ed but are willing ts put the end wiUi out' of bounds, -STRONG COMPETITION FOR FLEISHMAN CUP March 8. The Fleishman Cup has travelled up snA down ths CrOTT Iwtwccn Fernte and Cranbrook so often that it "-is becoming quite bat- tered and dilapidated in appear- ance. This seems to add to the, value oi tbe furniture, at leaat so it would appear from the zesty zeal with which the two towns are contending lor it Friday ths Herchmer and Kaelner rints went to Cranbroofe and brought tho tro- phy bact to Fernie with them, boti Tints winning from Cran- broofc. Monday night the Cran- brooders will return to the con- and play Fernia on Fercte ice for the cup. (By J. S. K.) he get-together certainly i n success, at least the visitors claimed to hare enjoyed tho three .days' sport, starting Thurs- day and finishing Saturday afternoon. There were ten, rinks of visitors and ten locals, and it was ding-dong curl- ing from start to finish. An Eight End The bonsplel iras featured br an S end in cue game. This constitutes record for the present rinfe, and old-tim.ens like- Xorrie MacLeod and purl bsHeve that it never hap- pened in the old rink. The opposing lints in this tit-bit were Beard, of and the HamiUon-CaTberry combination, of Le'.hbtidse. a little hard- to obtain the BS-youxild boy who palled it oti being too modest" to go into detalta, and the boys ate not supplying any information on the painful subject; tfey would'jnst as didn't talfe about it at ail. But that game makes history. "Some are boi-a others hare greatness upon says Hugh Boyd. 5 what happened to tbe Hamilton- Carberry outfit From what cau be gathered from the score stood 10 to 2 at the 10th end in Hamilton's iavor. -Then, blooey1. Beard -rose on his hind legs anrl pawed them "something awful; scored 'em; the score, and before', the crestfallen Lethbrldge bunch over a sickly, groggy feel lag-the old chappie landed an upper- cut in the shape of the winning point ia tae'isth entj. He scored on three ends only, but won the It is regretted that the official photo- grapher was out after some bread tor tha lunches, EO this end is lost to posterity, but will "live ever-green in the: memories 6" a few at least o! the into who call curling their pas- time. Carberry and Fred Kenny were reduced in rank forthwith and only escaped being cashiered aud im- prisoned through the fact that J. F. does appreciate a good joke. The Beard bunch wore theSr laurels with becoming modesty, but it must SergL. Al who made his Al- berta reputation as a boxer, has de- rided to thy for a few Will Help Lead Gianls and Eventually Take Over Management NEW YORK, March MaUiewsDit, iot many years star pitch- er of the New York Nationals, and (or the past three years manager Q[ the Cincinnati Nationals, has heen engag- ed as assistant to Manager McGraw, of the Uiants. It was stated that Math- No Doubt Your Car Needs Overhauling! WE CAN GIVE YOU SATISFACTION AND GUARANTEE ALL WORK ,Your car will be overhauled under the able supervision of. our chief 'eipert, Mr. Stoddart, formerly master mechanic of a 300 car capacity garage ia Wicnipee of renown a access, CHARGES MODERATE PALACE GARAGE .SECOND AVENUE M. RAVEN C, H. STODDART A Mkster Mechanic shattered their nerves, for tncyiiuoons js trying ta line ujj bouts! owson will hecoaic manager Me lost ;heir very next game. Rear-in' to Go Another feature the Law's milk-fed, shirt-sleeved 'in Lethurldge, Calgary ami Kdmonton. Draw has "Eatisfiefi his ainhilwns ot a As a matter of fact he winning another pennant.'1 is lineiJ up to meet Carson in Kdnion- on the likely Boggard here was Law's milk-fed, shirt-sleeved -0" on UKciy isogaara iicrc Newfoundlanders. The way mev m- the 2Sth. and some good vested themselves even of collar and In Calgary under the lioxing ItfUf lie, and the way those Neolin soles1 ion's wins, about April llth. Uoss is dug into the ice to keep up with the1 well liked by the Calvary fans and runners was a sight lor sore Alberlan gives ului a boost this and inore pep "-was Uie ix-atch- way: aad Ed plies ihe whip all the! Al Hoss has signed an agreement but his landeni were sure rcariu'j with the boxing commission to mcel to go. And they woa some man iu his weight. now n The l nKiicrial wore first removed from plauls ami thli'pcd lo Germany. u dally rolling electrical ajv- riitus, zinc and copper materials of similar character, On Dccutnbor 31. 1517. the tivo tirma mentioned liail naile aggregat- ing abjut marks, occortlins to the Belgian cstlnmle. On April 30. S, tlic same firms hail removed to rmuuy for thu Oennan quartcrmaa- 's department tons of Irou And 201.242.00J square metres of other material, such wood, glass, zinc and tin. They had also removed (or the account of (Jernian firms 24.-. tons ot Iron and steel and about square of other material. Dr. C. J. McUridge. ot Wcllaud. tiled, aged Ho was a native of ' Out. (CONTINUED FflOM FKOXT PAGE) jusl ask Aird U they didn't. I has not pressed his claim to the mid-j ulieredjthat is in U, sfcce hf li ppened.j that it will be! jia'ndlfd; Clarke' men and under'conditk put law early in the Ellison, anil j make the game, one to, up serenely in tne Final is tod well to see 'Rut big noise of tho bonspiel dlewelght chaiuutcnship of Canada, when Percy and Ed Law intends to do EO at once. the echoes died away, Percy! "Ro53 the commission to was returned the winner. I make his claim known through the As- Tit for Tat [sociated press dispatches.-Ho wants Percy Law, of Carm'angay, and the j to get into the'hoxing'busincss tor all Clarke-Kirknam combination suff defeat once each, and, as it ___ ax the hands of each other. Clarke' men and under which proud of, I the Brewery and pinned a rose Vans' W His work Clark after a light garao. Clark defeated Siapson in the llnal ar the Ellison. The Simpson-Free- man combination was the sensation ol the 'spiel, as J. K skipped his first rink Just a few weeks ago. To Be Decided The Summit Lime Works trophv is SUll undecided, MeNabb and Boyd'ne- At Church Anniversary April G is Beinjr Well Entertained (From Our Oivn Correspondent) XOBLEFORD, post- poned entertainment and be given by the Girls' Club will take place on Thursday, .March 13h, in the Knights of Pylhias hall. be an eren better programme than that originally arranged so tuat a {large crowd should lie present to en- has at all times been beyond' reproach.., lie is a' man willing to do Ins best to approve the action, of tha Berlin federation of labor in adopting a reso- lution calling off the strike were an- nounced today. The conditions iht, of the volunteer from Herllu nui'. the release of insurgents arrested strike. The council is the body liiattd ty the has been j directing strike. Report of Berlin Fighting March A German dispatch received here gives a semi- official bureau's report of Ihe recent Jiaiiptmitiss aV Berlin. Fighting thtre lasted Crom 10 o'clock Wednesday night, when the mutineers opened (ire I with fields guns" and "mine-throwers on [police Iioadquart4rst until last Friday f night, it Is .said .there were isolated encounters even as late as Saturday m'orniiig. Thc.tllEpalch ndcls that, even if final resistance Has not .yet com- pleieJy broken tlie crisis may be regarded as saft-Iy passed. The (Ilspatcli pays that OH i-srious etreets in Iho northern and oaslern sections of 'the city there was plun- dering durJnR Saturday and a figlUlng of n minor character, tint otherwise the, situation was little cnangeti Dy Saturday 'night. Spartacan forces had catrcnclied EASTERN HATS ere A ps Sur DAD and his LAD STOP! IF YOUR TIRE COULD TALK WOULD YOUR TIRES BE CRYING STOP. TIRE SERVICE CO. Schultz and Neel (Korracrly 1'alacc Vulcanizing Works) Opposite No. 1 Flro Hall therasolvee In the anil will do nothing but his best. Xo doubfc'Calgary will foster Ilosa Tho committee dealing' with the Lyceum series of entertainments have make his home arranged for these ,4 whM the occupy tbe stage. evenings They come very ins in tbo tinals whirti have not vel Betors Ross begins to around highly lecomqiended ana sbouH be been played, owlnf to McXatb to defend Ihe Cadillac Saturday eve- best. Kosg i ning. Draws I Tbe ice was periect. Every game was a royal. The eats were good.. There wera no midnight draws. Everybody had a real good time. There were lo be no prizes. But Lt-thbridge business men stopped right and offered SOBIP, showing they realize tiiat bon- spiels help in Iho good community feeling. Granum were good sports to come at they hate no rink cp there. Gil! Kelson worked like a trojan to make the 'spiel a success, and we will say he did. That young chap Beard lias some nic, in action reputation to live up to now. An eight-end Is likely to happen once in a lifetime. Hugh Boyd, Just to show that Loth- bridge can do nearly as well if they tried, scored-a 7-cnd In the semi-final of the Summit. lo protect his title, lie worth going to see. Thl' meeting ot the tun dim uuinuM. uu Ajd h w hdTStlay afternoon al under way for him m all 6T these cit-l nf wKpn wnTt and it Is hoped that very soon we wilt he reading about his excellent showing against the very best men in the States. It ia not known just yet who Ross the home of Mrs. Bozarth when work for the approaching sale of work was commenced. Tea.was served and a silver collection taken up. A splendid meetrng was held which augers well for the success ol llife ladies efforts. will meet in this city on April 11, The Bale ot Work Is'to take place when it is expected, his bout will be'aboui Easter but the exact date bas pulled off. Whoever does meet him ,lot yct heen fixed. The next meeting be a good man and one of the s not wish to box in the The U'o Law boys s future, except with such men as a vic- tory will increase his prestfgo through- out tbe continent, while going mUcs to see Bill Cameron curl and say or to see Sherwood Hcrchmer, ol Fer- The Rinks Talier Allan. A. Camphell, R. .Powell, H. A. McCarly, skip. T. bo held at the residence of Mrs. C. S. Nonle. Church Anniversary The board of managers of the church have decided to celebrate its anniver- sary by special services on .Sunday, April 6th, when tha preacher will be the Hev. (Capt.) A. H.'Denoon. A special effort will be made to raise ?50D al [his time In order to clear off certain Hidebtedness and nut the church in a. sound financial position. The Ladles' Aid wiii put on one of Snedtfcn, G. O'DclL K. H. tlieir ccJcbratcil suppers, lo bo follow- Uuard, skip. M- an enterlfllnment. on the 31on- Carmangay Koljcrls, evening, .following. Kverylotly ihs op- Hummon, Ben Snyrter, K. C. Law, "skip! I portunityof their visit to a Jamcs GrelS. Thursday, Friday Saturday March 13-14-15 BIG DOINGS Ing they do. McKinney, of Granum, was unfor- tunate in meeting Elrong rinks rjght at the start, before fits men Iiad their feet. Xone of them had curled for at least a season, Curling TviH make great strides in Ixithbrldgc In another year. Heslop, Yates and Collins arc a pretty fair crop ol leads for thfa year's perform- erg. The ?-IcCarty-Powell combination from Taher made every rink tl played agatnal eilcnd themselves, 1 trere out-lucked, Hugh Boyd aaya U takes a good fkip lo win games even IT he doesn't sweep. There -were only two thirteen-end JRamca, but there was a baker's dozen (hat were lied 'up on the eleventh find. .Tnat's the klml that let's you know that yo-jr'heart Is on your left 1 believe (list It is only a matter of Ice aCvommalaiiGn till the- Cfow'a Xcet havo entries. The -we think, like us and 'spiels, and let un assure (hose curltrs that we like them and to add Granum Cummings, Tlsnaiu, Mt-Kinnty, ekin. Island chang- ed every gamp. Ltthbridse Rinks Clarence Culf, .iock Marnnck, u. McN'aSb, skip. 11. W. frawlwil, Allan Jack, A. I'arka, H. .1. Shtphcwl, skip. Her. A. H. Ifenoon, Dr, Gibson, K. Johnston, Jas. Aird, skip. Heslorj, .1. Freeman, J. K. Simpson, skip. M. K. Collins, r. Kenny, C. K. Car- berry, J. P. Hamilton, sKlp. J. Taylor, S. 1'cat, H. H. Fair ley, H. lioyd, pXip. flac, K. u. Gilhcanll, Alex. .T. skip. V. It. Yates, 'A. McCorvic, Don Duff, H. 3. U. Skeilfi, skiB. Whcatcroft. K. Hooker, C. Aird, A. M. Gaddns, skip. W. J. Kelson. If. W. V. Clark, J. S. Klrkham, tikip. Tho tranmtllKO wish lo at, knowledge wiih thankj the pre.wnti- lion of nrizea from the following, vim offered their assistance unsolicited: these dates clear, from Mack otner engagements and celebrate in fitting manner. With the entertainments Uiat are now being arranged arid tbe regular dance a being held by the Knfghta of Pythias there should be lib .lack of for 113 rturtng the coming i that If they have yet to visit r'emte j anil Cranbrook that they have a real (real'in for them, -because (he mountain hoys aro real as -curlers and entertainers. It's wotth I', fe Co., RuljHr By3tofiia (Alberta Wilson llornri, tllo I'lunkut ft'Savage, D. 1) McKenzie (f'alhflndnr I'errj ami Hied, Ocorgc- AddlscS" l gorernment -troops -were adv.trtc-, from all aides to storm the biititl- had been drawn in FViedrlchshaven Park in preparation for fight, and 'heavy liow-itzers Vli- 1 rectcd by ariators were firing on ihe Jrewery when the dispatch was filed. We Don't Fix Radiators We Repair Them The Reliable Radiator Repair Shop'' George Prop. Rear "DT1 The.TaHo'r, 5th St. S. PARIS-'M commission i rcjiort of tlic .._____ r.i Belgian charged wfth investigation of difficult-1 ies bcbtween 'llelgium and submitted-to-the council-of tbe! five today. It advises! that' the treaties of 1839, eslab- [fahtng of Helglum HoiianrJ, revifeftii' by Inc council, an they are and ilisaJ- u vantagebus I- The thVe'o'lreatle's.arR [dcntltal, cept1 to1 the' signatories, nelglum signed'one, and. Holla nd _ IJejgium signed one vilh, Great France, Austria; sla and Three of these; now era have disappEa'red and tbe treaties, have become "scraps of which tJonnany. by invading Dal-j gium.1 j The proposed .revision of the treat-] ips will restore, Belgium's coniplftiu and ..eliminate her inni-'. I rail ly, "which affdrdetl no rrolectlon and Holbud will' Runiihoneil "the big sliortly to the revision of the} treaties. THE RADIATOR MAN FIFTH ST. ,S. wceV.3 -when we shall average two cnteflainmenls a week. In addition to the Girls' Ciub on Thursday we hare the Dixie Concert Parly on Tues- day. School Examinations The results of the monthly examln ations at the school for tho month of ebruary arfi as followi Junior Itoom, Orado Dor-j otliy Buchanan, 71. Orado Herbert Berg- strom 78, VcrniC Harris 75, Jean Duehanan' 75. Pass; John Berg- Hlrom 70, Anthony Vander Wonfto 65f Kdlth Dalglclah 63, Hunt 6C. k Grade Donald Uurh- anan SO, Helen BoaarUi and Johanna Oclderloos ?C, Pass: LfJllan Hunt 69, Olga Orado Audrey Dalglelsh, Allen Itiy, Oerda Mogcnsen- Pass: Myrtle Swallw. Junior Tlcnoit, Kaphsel Hcnolt, Hodnty Uuchanan, BUwflrrt OcldcrJooa. Senior Koorj, Grade Hunt 75.5. Oracle Jlunl, fiS, Cransloun 81.4, Shlrloy Noblo 70..G.. Claude Hunt Adrians Vender Woulrlo 73.4. Grade HJorkhlailfi 76.0 Gerald Xoble 6G.S, Herman Wourfc AUTQ TIRES OF ALL SIZES By the Famous Hayroo.1 System1: RE-TREAOINQ REPAIRING By eiperlencBo1 Workmen. All work gnarante'm. .Special menl for Rim Cut flepalfs, i R.D. RITCHIE 208 13th M. V Off, Elllton Mllli Willed SERVICE STATION Batteries? Only One for M If you saw batteries every day as I do you'd say the same, and yo-jr be Wiltird titnc. You'd every Willard Battery is built lo give full battery value for every penny that's paid for that every piece of insulation, every plalc, every jar, known to be right before it the factory. We keep a complete ftodt of Willard iup- ply a new one fully charted anrf rtady for use on your car. If yo-J need battery repairs, trcll furnish you with a rental battery, so that your car'can be kept constantly in _ 311 -SEVENTH ST, S. PHONE616 i THE QUALITY OF THE CHEVROLET pwple of f rite permits owntrshlp by j of moderate meant. Call in and see the new models in the Four-Ninety, Baby Grand Special and the Baby Grand Sedan. These cars will appeal to you, BAALIM MOTOR Co. BACK OF UNION BANK A POST CARD WILL BRING YOU ONE OF OUR HANDSOME 1814 CALENDARS, ;