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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 11, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE KKIIIT THK LKTHBRIDGE DAILY IIEUALD THURSDAY, MARCH 1 Tho Benedicts threw down the glove auc! chatlenso was acceutcJ. It a uoitdcrful lineup, bunkers. March iurlcrs huuded ovor rhifc anil SIOMS ti> the ladies on Tuesday evening anil engaged in a Woodless struggle of hotkey. Tlio young cubs of the Curling club roused the ire pt Iho members by reciting cuulcl ilo bockey Residences at a Premium- Supreme Court Siding- Big Docket initto managers. j d. accountants. butchers. druggists, surveyors, mlru-rs. etc. Tht! colors formed ;i yerfuct mosaic. Tlio thing was that Hie same got going at till every looked alike, liut Charlie Ora- liam haj the game lu hand and as the bed rans, Uie fourteen warriors took their places and within a lew seconds tlio game oil like, a Canadian storniiiiK party. Tho married uien. carrictl tho puck into Enemy's terri- tory. Hut "Sandy" Carson held tho fortress liKo a Holmes." In fact !ho bfst nun the siiic was but for him tbo goals would bavo been in the Instead ot the. After a few min- utes the jeweler gut tbu puck and old tlnn.1 precision, biffed it into tho corner cf the net. There was great jubilation among the "has beens." Tho voung bloods tried hard to equalize. Principal Powell marshalled his men and it looked as if his ivords were to havQ effect tiut "Georgo Kelloek'1 Emiled at'thcir attempt aud boitig guard of other goal defied any attempt to penetrate tho net. It .was a game full o( thrills. First Kmuiersoa then Stew- art, then IVulsou and then J.uko went spruwliitg along the Ico wondering what dW it. It was n Ilerco gamo nt limes but the, fact that no one hud to bo pcuallzcU speaks toY'tho clean sports va boll? sides. When tlio bell rang for tlio curtain to fall, fourteen weaj-y, sore, happy warriors left the Ico the married men hung up seven scaljis tiist Bight. Mrs. Nippon entertained at the "Bank-uouso" In honor of her mother, Mrs. Cox of Saskatchewan on Wednes- day afternoon. Tho guests received their form ot rhyme and Kail to reply In tho same. Tho company wh'en gathered listened to tho attempt ot our the prize being von, by Mrs. Eiauley 1'izcr. Hero aud 'there throughout the largo sitting room were (filed with lovely carnations. A novel list trim- miiiB competition evoked great merri- ment and K-d to great competition. Kvery lady thinks she can tlress n hat. Wonderful wero some of the styles and millinery produced out of crepe paper. Mris. Hall carried off tho sll- Tuo afternoon ono-of tbo 'most pleasant of our social luuUlons. Wo i-egret to hear lhal Mrs. B. Uonald d6wu with the 'flu. AU her friends wish her a speedy recovery. Mr. 1'irrie, Calgary, lae architect o! lht> new school building was In town on Wednesday. The price ot a tire iavtd by buyini! t. set of tires for your car today. See Baalim Motor Co.. The salary ot Admiral Horthy us has been JistJ verware In Ihe competition. Tho're-j Hegeut of Hungary froshmenls served were very dataly.' at kronen per year. (From Our Own MACLEOD, March 1'. Monday morning the residents of Maclcod wera grieved to hear of death of ilrs. J. S. Lambert, which look place at tic hospitsl early in the morning. Tbo deceased haj been ailing for about a week, and on Saturday morn- ing was taken to the hospital, when she seemed to rally and early Sunday morning appeared to in good spirits, but towards evening sho complained a tittle, after sleeping for a and early Monday morning she passed away. The funeral was from the Church of Knglami on Tuesday after- noon, aud was largely attended. The Supremo Court which opened in tho inoniiug adjourned until thrje p.m. to allow all to attend the funeral. Allc-n Gordon McDonald, the four rear old son of Alex end Mrs. -Mc- Donald, who hsd been ill with 'flu and scarlet fever for three weeks, died on Saturday evening, and was buried on Sunday afternoon. His Honor Judge Simmons was treetcd with n crowded court house Tuesday morning, when he opened court at 10 a.m. Several cases on the docket, .all from oulsldo points. Tho Pass was on the list for four cases, among (heso was one for at- tempted suicide, the accused pleaded guilty, and allowed out on sus- pended sentence', the Judge's words were "tho experiences of the past may prove beneficial to yon, and 50 and rto Tho hotels arc all filled to their ut most capacity, while the restaurants are kept busy, night and day with their guests. Dwelling honr-os are very scarce, and are at ri premium with rents goins highet. All modern houses arc filled, and orders standing lor next in line for a modern liouso iMany enquiries are coming in for farm lands, and good prices arc ask ed, there are many enquiries for land to rent on half crop payment, or fray otbcr way. W. Hooulefs, a returned man, who has been {or the past few months tak ing a course ih battery work and has completed'his term, has opened it bat tery station on 21th street, where hr is ready for all-kinds ot work in lis line, and will either repair the oh s, or build a -new one. LONDON, March contln tied postponement of the allies1 decl ion with regard to Constantinople attributed in peace circles here to th hesitation of France and Italy, ncitho ot which countries, it Is asserted, ha definitely answered Great Britain invitation to co-operate in occupyln the city. Italy is credited with maintaining reluctance, to participate In any dra tic action and to be receiving the K porl of a section ot the French polit- icians, nolaMy M. Barthou, .foreign minister. On tho other hand, former J'relnier Briand Is supposed to favor the British proposal. Meanwhile speculation is being In- dulged in as to why M. Mlllerand. the French premier, submitted the Turk- ish draft treaty to President Wilson. One supposition Is that Premier Mill- crand again is trying to obtain Amer- ican aid in settlement, even hoping to persuade the. L'nited States, alter all, to undertake the mandate for Ar- menia. Accusation That France is Mill (aristic Answered By Sharp Comment PAWS, March Wil- son's letter to Senator Hitchcock re- garding the proposed reservations to the peace treaty brought Bharp com- "meet from several of tho Paris news- papers this morning. Lo Caulois says: "Ho finishes tho weakening of governmental frame- works of order and discipline which lie already has SD thoroughly shaken. His formula will hrlnjf new encouragement, to International Bolshevism, under cover of which Ger- many prepares lier future revenge." The Midi "Mr. Wilson's ac- cuFatlon ot France as militaristic I; impudent and a gratuitous insult tci 'this country. He accuses France of lelng mllilarlstlc and at the same limo Joscphns Daniels, secretary of lire American navy ia Iho rjnly minister In Iho world who announces an unlimited program of SETTLE DIFFERENCES OTTAWA, March settlement ol the difference between the federal and Iho British Columbia governments arn provided for in n bill to intro- duced !iy lion. Arthur Mefghen, min- ister nf tho Interior, In the commons tomorrow. Mr. Mcighen also has a bill to amend tho Indian Act. Time and money savc'd, If you liuy your tires today. Kanllni Motor Co.j DOMINION --fi Trfl-n II J mLt Advice Don't wait until you are ready to drive your car before order- ing new Dominion Tires. Go to your dealer NOW the "Royal "Grooved" or "Plain" Tread you will need so everything will be ready for the first spin, Thousands of motorists will re equip their cars this year with Dominion Tires because they know by experience that Dominion Tires mean the certainty of satisfactory service under all condi- tions of road and weather and the first signs of Spring will bring an avalanche of orders for Dominion Tires. Get ahead of the rush. Order your tires NOW. MiNIOl RUBBER t', i mm r '1 W" DOMINION TIRE ACCESSORIES It pays to care for your in the saving of time, trouble and mileage, so keep a supply of these prolongers of tire life. DOMINION INNER TUBES When you go to the trouble of getting the tires best suited to your car, get also the Inner Tubes made expressly for these Tires. Order Dominion Inner Tubes and thus ensure perfectly balanced tires. 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