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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 11, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PACE StX THE LETHBRIDGE'' DAILY HERALD Tl'KSDAY, MARCH II, 1319 'BRINGING UP FATHER1 7TT By G. McManus SIR ON OS TONKiHT SO THINK. "TO 4ET OUT FOR A 1 I II I U y o( tho gov erntucut recc Iver. ol or the oicbcHiuer court, nor sluU al ford any defense to, nor ehuTl prtju illcc uajr action of, the of Cauada which lawfully make or take, had this order not becu made." All officers eicept board of ill rectors of lue company, we to con tin tic their present duties. There ft provision also (hat nolMug Iu Us pro vicious sball prejudice tbe exerclst by Ihe cichequer court or by auj court of any province "lo appoint i receiver or to order or decree a or foreclosure ot any railway or sec- tion thereof or other property affect- ed In- this prorldwl that the mmEster of railways first notified of the apvillcation. No transfer ol any shares la the capital slock Is to bft made. The gov- ernment recelrpr may, -on iho application of juiy pcraau InUrest- ctl, permit any transfer to oj The Sport Page On Friday evening of this week the summer sport season will kick-off with a mass meeting of all citizens interested tn sport to be hetd in the Central school auditorium, art ing at o'clock. Judge Jaskion will preside, and reports of the committees on c-on-( ctfttftion and grounds will be presented. Officers of the new associa- tion to formed wiH also be elected. It had been hoped that Gen. Jack Stewart would be present. That why the meeting was postponed frenvlaot Friday evening. How- 'ever, though the'Genera) wilt be in the'city Thursday to the big irri- gation conference, H is hardly likely he will be at the Friday sport meeting. Tor cme thing he says he hat to yet back to Edmonton Im- mediately after the Thursday meeting. for. this is the main wants hfs first public in Lethbrirfge to be postponed till, at least one of the units gets back. How- ever, there's a chance that G? n. Stewart may be at the meeting, and ft so the auditorium won't hold the .crowd; It would be z great boost for the sport revival. But in any event there will he a big crowd present and all sports in alt branches wllj be ftiveh a rausjng start for the spring and j i IN EASY SIM Defeat Local Baskeleers Here 63 to Pretty Combination Raymond "won both games" at (he "V last night, before a fairly good crowd. The first game between-the Lethbridge High School and the Ray- mond Juniors vras very even all Ihe way. There was some good combina- tion on both aides but Raymond had a little the better in tho play and came out ahead vritJi a score of 32 to 20. During the last five minutes there was Basketball League Dope Upset By Stirling's First Defeat of Season (From Our Own Correspondent) RAYMOND, Mar, Stirling basketball teams Journeyed to Ray- mond Saturday with a host of sup- porters, all in sleighs. Long before the referee blew the in- DAMAGETOen VESSELS IS TOLD Valiant Hit 30 Big Got Off More Easily LOXDOX, March dama; inflicted: by the .Germans on British HIP. )L As Officers Are Still in trans- fer of Shares VENEREAL DISEASES TO RECEIVE WIDE ATTEHTN IN ONTARIO m FUTURE TORONTO, March a icconf mterini report on the.results of Ml recent exhaustive investigation lntreceiver or'oj (he hoop to place theinJa (be also fte jnoiatipE of one sii-inch gun. Two .eicheqncr' court liable to Ihe. Grand lo win the game, the time being prac- Of the hits' caused a large hole tjelow Trunk nailn'ay Company of Canada ticaliy gone. The line-up and score; He armor, flooding the adjacent com- lo' creditor 'or holder ot any Stirllng Raymond Ipartments. A heavy shell bulged Tn for atiy. claim by reason NeJsoo, gO Webster.-g-O the roof of the turret, without of the matinfi of this order, or of any- Ijarson, g-0 t-0 ing, but put the rango OQder Oler, c-2 Hsher, action. Nelson, f-2 i the Valiant -was not hit iu the first Romuey, MS part of the action, but about C o'clock We Don't Fix Radiators We Repair Them The ReKabk Radiator f Gtorge Farquharcon, Prop. Rear "D" Thft St.. S. in the evening was' struck by two No Donbt Your Car Needi Orerhauling! WE CAN GIVE YQU iATHFACTION XND6UANAKTEE ALL WORK Towr car-will be-oTerbauIed'uoder able of our chief, cljert, Mr. Stoddart, fonnerir mechanic ot a 300 car in Winnipeg o! renown'ncctM. CHARGES MODERATE V PALACE GARAGE T. H. HAVEN SECOND AVENUE 1837 today, FrldajS Saturday March 13-14-15 BIG DOINGS Old Coimtry Football Scores LONDON, Mar. As- sociated English ue football games played Satur- day resulied as follows: Londcn Combination 'Arsenal 5, B'ulham 0.' Chelsea 1, Ilrentiord 4. Crystal Palace 1, illllwaU A. 1. Queen's Park H. 5, Capton Orient 2. Tottenliam H. 0, Wcstham United I Midland Section Bradford Orimsbylown 0, Notts County 0. 2, Sheffield United 1.. 2. 1, Birmingham 0. Wrest 2, Hull City 1. Ilotherham 2, Bradford City Sheffield W. 1, Huddersfitidlown 3. Section niackpool 3, Liverpool 2. Burnley 4, Slocfcport County 2. Bury 0, Sonthport Central 2. Everton 3, Preston Northend 2, Manchester City C, Burstem I. Oldhain Bolton Wanderers 1. 3, Blackburn Rovers 1. Stoke 1, Manchester United 2. Ruflby Tournament South 'Africans. 12, Air Force 0. 'Mother Country 6, Australia 3. Xew Zealand 11, Canada 0. Scottish League GLASGOW, Mar. lovrlnf? aro the results of scheduici Scottish League football games piayei Saturday: 0. Celtic 0. Hangers'3, llamltton 0. Clydebank 0, Partlck 2. Falkirk 2, Queen's Park 2. Motherwell 1, Hearts 2. Third Mnart 1, St. Mirren 0. Dumbarton 0, Kilmamock 0. lllliernlana 0, Ayr United 1. Clyde 2, Airdneonlar.s 5. H. Chrisleniea, M5 D. Cbristeasen, W 21; Raymond, 20. Stirling 14, Raymond (heavy shells. Both perforated the six- The tecor.a game between the first inch armor and did considerable dam- teams, most people thought would be age. lamming.the helm hard aport and mora hotly contested, than the game causing tile ship to turn in circles, between the Juniors. Never before naa While thus circling, the Valiant was here been such a line-up of giants on hit 28 times, 16 hits boing from big icth sides than those two teams on funs and inflicting more or less ser- iaturday night. Stirling's team is ex- ions damage. Two guns were put out ceptionatly large, both in weight and of action. One shell tore a large holo cngth, while Raymond's is fully as at the waterline and another under ong north and Ray- water, below the armor belting. Lut mond boys shmved the best form they the casualties were lirfht. have ever shown and their signals The damage to cruisers and dettroy- workcd to a era will be announcer) later. umping at big