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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 12, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX VllR LFTTHBmDC.E DAILY HERALD UP FATHER" WHEN I CAME HOME-I THE FRONT DOOR -IT WVi WE D'DN'T KNOW ME- AN' l TOUO VJMO I AN1 WOT THE ,'KDXESDAY, TtiAHCU practically any discussion; ai waa I resolution also lhat Ihe ileiuaml lull freedom ot presi and assembly and that united action bi taken (or Iho release o( poiltlctl prl IflSlBYAPRIU LONDON. Mirth White Stir liner Olympic hn ajaln been placed dispoul ot (he Canadian and wltti MOO Canadlana on board MlU for HalHax on March 15. An aiMriloMl Canadian ihould wll be- fore the end e5.50 o day. The lotal situations filled by the labor bureau wcro 7931. NEW SETTLERS LAST YEAR Immigration lor the year showed that Alberta received people as Senator Frawlejr. Nome, was etect- >d pretldeut of the territorial senile which perfected its T, Reed. Nome. was chowu MCtel- ary; W. G. Johnston. Juneau, asiblanl secretary; J. A- Austin, Juneau, leaDl-at-arms. against 12.41S in 191' 1916. and iu Minister II. A. Craig In ills Old .Hs university. Complet- ing their college they will be equipped to compete vita the prob- 6t life, "A ban player's'fame is too fleet- ing. Vrja are a star today and a has- been tomorrow. There is no perma- to The Kerala) nency. I do not regret laving played F.ERXIB, March long as tneibnti at the time, I can not help remains solid the contest between but yjjt.j established my- Femle and Cranbrook cnrlers goes merrily on. France, Commends Spirit of Players ments to the Dower Act which. de- tracts from the protection lhe original act afforded women, were struck out at a meeting of the legal bills com- mittee held this morning. Conseiiuc-nt- ly, lhe acl will stand as It is In re- gard to the women's dower rights jn homestead property, escc-pt ttiat in cases where the wife of the owner is living apart from her husband under such circumstances as in the opinion ol the Judge make it unjust, unfair or unreasonable that her consent to the disposition be required, the judge may by order dispense wtlh lhe con- sent o." the wife. A like order may be made by the judge when applica- tion is made to appear that the wife Is a lunatic or persan ot unsound Instead ot-'providicg protection for the wife when her husband fraudu- lently disposes ot ttiE -property cora-i Ing.under the tenns.oi.the act, under department held 159 short courses and Institutes during the year. ALBERTA SEED GRAIN TO H. B. J. B. Smith of tho seed grain branch reports that trio cars of Alberta seed found tholr .way as far cast as New Brunswick during 191S. 1'otaloes were a good crop in 1917 In Alberta and part of Uio crop was cleared dur- ing 191S. Sir. Smith calls alteullon lo an Interesting change in the charac- ter ot weeds giving trouble. Sonic years ago slink weed, tumble mustard, Russian thistle, ball mustard, and i oats gave the most trouble, while to- day It Is Canadian thistle, perennial sow thistle, couch grass and poverty i weed thai are the chlet offenders. ponton of the report goto into efforts seed and under- made to mc-el drought and trosl con- dilious. A leuse situation was reliev- ed by railways cutting their in halt ana tho Dominion government having agreed to pay the other half, ot the rate on livestock shipped "north and on feed shipped south free. Aj lotal ot cattle were shipped north without taking account of small numbers driven out and sheep. A good many horses also were moved north and 182 hay making outfits. Certificates for tree transportalion ol hay soulh .were issued for SG.4S3 Ions and a great many more applications are helng taken care of since the close of 191S. LIVESTOCK IN PROVINCE DOUBLED IN VALUE EASTERN HATS ground root stocks ami are hard to i eradicate. B.G.LABDRIIES DEIilANDttflAT CALGARY, March 11. slrons opposition was offered by Dave Rees, the vice-president of lhe Trades and Labor Consress.of Canada, and others to the delegates attending the ______ British Columbia Federation of Labor The summary ot agricultural values on favoring a fi-hour; STOP! IF YOUR TIRE COULD TALK WOULD YOUR TIRES BE CRYING STOP. TIRE SERVICE CO. Sch-jltz (Formerly VulcauHlng Works) Oppssllr No. 1 Fire Hall for crops and stocks in 191S gives an increase of seven million dollars over lhe valuation ot 1917. The livestock in the province has doubted In value. working day, without it was tirst sub- milieu lo the respeclive intcrlialional unions and qlher organized bodies, Iho convention, by an'almost overwhelm- bred horses! Mid lhe Increase majority, decided to deal with lhe mailer righl away, and aflcr a long; self along more permanent lines. Sunday evening lhe Cranhrooli play- ers 'came down and lifted the coveted Fleishman COD, whlcn the .Ferule curl- erf, home in triumph but'last Friday, took it back to Cranhrpoi. The same rinks played and the Cran-' brookers won by n margin of five poinU. Yesterday, James Johnson and Greenwood took their rinks to Coleman, where Johnson played three games, taking I he. night tor it, de- fealing their Coleman. opponents. In each game. While Johnson was de- feating his opixmenls, the Coleman bors. evened up by defeating Green- wood in two games played. The Fernle boys returned by thii morning's train, very U'ei but happy. There are Tory few ball players who get paM In excess ot J5000 a season that to cot a remarkable salary for in business, in fact, it Is lie rnie, if the man is worth any- thing to himtelt, or his employer. -bait player's life is limited. At best he can not last more than a few years in the big there is hia single chance to earn rfrrfl woney. he is through as a player h Q aH over again. HQ or'lhc people of the world; therefore may" secure A. B. Meyer hae been appointed sup- No Cavest Necesiary objectionable'' caveat erlntenilent ol the agricultural schools and Charles S. HotcbMss has resign- ed from the position of publicity com whereby "Hie wife of tho owner of a account ol ill health, hta We Don'f'Fix Radiators We Repair Them The Reliable Radiator .Repair Shop' Georae Prop. Rear "O" The Tailor, St. 8. starts under the handicap of age. II [s harder for him to Team. He hasn'l the foundation and he has to draw on the irjooey he has Eaved wnen a ball player to get along. By the time he. Is esparto ot earning a decent wage-hta savings are exhausted and is then starting where the young fellow of 25 years left off. "Ball playing ia all right if you know, in advance, that you are going to be' a star, but unless you do, mj 3ons trill do eomething else." COULON WINS T.TTTLE ROCK, Ark., March 12 Georgian Peach Against Their Eddie Coulon, of New Orleans, de Taking Up Pro Ball as Career feated Jack Douglas, ot Jlllwaukce, in the seventh round of a 10-round bou t Camp Pike ro Tyras R. Cobb his two downl want eHher to become a tall He would not have! either become a player it he knew. In advance, that each would achieve lasting fame In the national game. have very definite plans taM out tor my "First ot all, 1 want them to the value ot a sliver dollar. "When tli'jy complete their grade work I want each, to get Into 3. factory where hartj work will be Uie law 6! employment. After labor inj there for six months, or a yea (which should he sulfldent tlmo to them to become familiar with th whims trf money) I am.going to them to a military school. "1 realize right now, that there Is dangor of these boys of mine becom- ing finobtrrsh. I do not want lo appear Afollstlcal, but I have succeeded as a player; 1 Insist that my. young- last night The men by Lieutenant Colonel Huston of the 16th Engineers, secretary and treas nrer ot the club. sone of the Yankee players in service received commissions, most of them clhnbed nuickly to the top ot the non-commissioned officer grade. Walter Pipp, the first baseman, was in line for a commission in the naval aviation service when the "war came lo an end. Ho was taking up rj spe- cial course at the Massachuselte In- stltnle ot Technology. Ray Fisher, jllcher, who received his sergeant's itrlpes last summer at Fort Klocum, also eipccted a commission. Got Their Other Yankees who won sergeant's stripes TveTC. Walter Smallwood and Edward Monroe, .pitchers; Harold iluel, the young catcher; Sam VIck and Frank Kane, outfielders. Kane was purchased from Providence, but never reported to the club, going lo Camp Derens ipstead. Smallwood who fought In France with the 31011 artillery, was in an olficers' school In France when the end came. Other Yanks In tho service wh etill were privates when last heari ect her rights in Iho waa also place being laken by James McCaig. eliminated, as well as DEMONSTRATION FARMS .vhlch provide that the act shall ap- MAKING SUHPLUS ily lo transfer or conveyance of land Tjje stales that the provincial iv railway companies for construction ,jcmotlsirallon farms suffered from purposes when ciliated elsewhere iarought anil frost as did private enter- nan within the city, town or Considerable Information is Consequently, In this regard concerning forage crops. It Is "-'staled lhaltho corn crop is becoming a very important one In Hip southern part of the province tor this purpose the yleM running from five lo ten tons ._............. _..............._ were'ot green fodder for silage. Rape is made, including an addition to Section also showing up well on Ihe demon mend-jslralion farms while fall rye seems to ________jntrc-ibe lhe leading paaluro crop in lhe cjuired for tho purpose ot establishing south. Sweet Clover Is helng cxpcri a change ol residence under this actjmentcit on at Sedgwick and alfalfa 1st shall, whenever any disposition of any doing well at Clarcsholm and Medicine of tlie lands articled-Is produced forhlat. Tho report slates that the dem-, registration under the provisions of j onstration tarms have paid their way lhe Land Titles Act, bo produced and during the year and ore some lo the regislered thcrewilh. Such consent! may bo embodied In or endorsed upon lhe iiKlrument effecting such dlsposi- Ihe county women will be1 afforded the same measure of protection as women of the cities or IOTVDSI. Minor Amendments Various minor amendments in addili whcrdjy this rectipn. when a cd, will read: consei be It resolved that this convention go on reuuri! as demanding a 6-hour work day ot five .week, to come Into ctfect on June 1, and that an intensive educational .propaganda ho instituted :o that end." A resolution that tho delegates re- commend io their affiliated member- ship lhat Ihey refuse lo assist In the forwarding ot men, money ami ma- terials Intended for u 30 against the workers of Russia and that the exccu ANDY THE RADIATOR MAN 418 FIFTH ST. S. live committee carry on a system o! propaganda .with tb'at object in view, was passed by lhe convention witlwut from were Pllchers Brtb McGraw and tlon ,auil the eiecullou by tho wife HAYS GETS DECISION MANCHESTER, N. V., March Chick Hays, of Indianapolis, waa giv. en the decision In a 12-round bout with Al Shabert, of Xew Bedford, here to- nigbt. Aleck Ferguson and Infietder Aaron Wani. Of the Yankee.5 In the navy, Bohl Shawkey 13 chlet yeoman on the nat- lleshlp Arkansas, Johnny Jones, an- other Yankee sailor, Is a Chicago In- who was signed while he was connected -wllh the Great train- PAL MOORE OUTPOINTED SOUTH BEND, Ind., March 12 France Mason, ot Fort Wayne, won thfl'popTilar deciiion over I'al Moore, of Memphis, In a ID-round bout here last night. Moore oulweighed Mason by eight pound's. COLL1NSWOOD WINS F1R9T O. H. A. FINALS .TORONTO, March 12.-Collins wooil defeated Kingston, fj to 4, In thf first game of the intermediate 0. H A. finals laU night. under such disposition shall tule consent ur.der this act." Avoid Unpleauntneu In the discussion there appeared to be gome slight of opinion as to the advisability o( withdrawing good. Work ol the agricultural schools was Interfered with by the Innuenia TWO-HON'. MARSHAM, Oto T epidemic, the schools being turned In- to hospitals. paticnla were taken care of in the Oltls school. MORE HOGS RAISED THAN EVER BEFORE In regard lo horses, tlif. report AGENTS WANTED (Spare to act for this Town Mid District for ENGLISH SPORTING SYNDICATE Exception'! Opportunity. Yearly Salary and CommlMlon. No Town or Village Is too small. Wrile to B. B., Box 431. CO W. Uii., 30, Fleet Street, B.tM, i.omlou, Knglaml.________ ng stallon. Ho is on lhe ULiUIeehiii women did not really know what they Oblo. In-anted, but fur all lhat U was The Yankees who reached lhe other [sidered ilial wliahcr Ihey knew or side wen! Lieutenant Colonel Huston, not, they must hive whal Ihey asked Smallwood, iMcGrow, VIck and Shaw- for. The caveat clause, it was point key. it was reporlcd thai C.r.allwood was severely wounded, but In a re- cent' teller which lhe Yankees re- ceived from the player's mother she said he hail uTlltcn he was unln- the amendments, and various mem- shows that the Clydesdales lead with ber? expressed the opinion thnl tho 1006; there are 007 rerchercins. 1211 jured. Several Mustered Out out, might fie a measure of lection in where there was an open breach between liushand and wife. To llus clause the atlorncy- general said, representatives ot wom- en's had taken particu- lar exception, ai it waa felt that no Belgians, 78 Shires and In the draft breeds. Among the light legged horses there are 7S standard iircds, 21 Ihoroiighhreas. II Hackneys, three French coach horses and i French-Canadian. The tolal number nl pure brerlt is iind In adilillon the veterinarians brunch inspected The number ot hogs raised in the province greater than any other year lint (lie folal weight el pork, owing to drought and It was reported that VIck was with wife should have, io iile a caveat lojfroat, was probably r.ot much greater the forci; In Siberia, but from last re- jirotecl her riKlils, and that her so than lasl year. The average price nt ports tho France, No Doubt Your Car Overhauling! WE CAN YOU SATISFACTION AND GUARANTEE ALL WORK Tour car will be overhauled under able supervision ot our chief eipert, Mr.- Stoddsrt, formerly master mechanic ol a 3'jd car capacity carafe In Winnipeg of renorn success. CHARQES MODERATE PALACE GARAGE H. RAVEN SECOND AVENUE 1837 C. H, 8TODDART Matter Mechanic young omtielder was In .Several Vankees already have been lischargod from service, 1'iiip lett he naval aviation service a tew wceKs after the armistice, while Hue! anil iVarrl were mustered onl at Camp I'lko. Kisher been relieved of tiis duties at ForL Slocum, ivhtTO .e served as assl.Htanl athletic dtrcc- tor. IMUIUUI illlu uiivi on doing would havo a leniiency to create Calgary l unpleasantness In Iho family circle. Various members supported tho wom- en In this theory and In the tht'ory Ilial the Dower Act should bo an in- Rlrlimenl of protection to tho wife wllhout her having to resort lo lav; in ordsr lo he protected. LOSSES THROUGH STRIKE AYHK3, March ping agents cstimale that their losses resulting (rom.thi; strike during, lhe past two months amount to 000, according lo a statement issued today after meeting al wlilch mea- sures of combatting tlic slrikcrs were discussed. AUTO TOES OF ALL SIZES VULCANIZED By lhe Famous HaywonJ System RE.TREADINO t REPAIR1NO ny experienced Workmen, All work guaranteed. Special Equip- ment for Rita Cut Ilepalrs. R. D. RITCHIE 208 13th SL a. Off. Elllton WiHard SLRVICLYiAiiON Battemt? Only One for M4 If you sawbatteneaertry day I do you'd lay tbe none, and your be Willard every time. You'd I every Willard Btftaj U buitl to givt: full battery Tahie for every penny paid, for that every piece of tenuatloo; every plate, every known to be before It Mra tta factory. We keep a complete Keck of Willard can ply a one fully charted IM ready for us- on your car. If you need battery repafri. fumiafa you with rental battery, to your car can be kept ccoBtaetly in 311 SEVENTH ST. 3, PHONE 616 ADRIATIC ARRIVES WITH TROOPS ABOARD NEW YORK. March steam ship Adriatic, which arrived here from Liverpool loilay. hrotiRht 208 steerage' tnosl of Ihcm Americans who had bef.n discharged from the Canadian Kipcilltlonary Forces, Many rjf Ihem were negroes -who harl enllal- In the army before tho United Statei entered Iho war. SHEEP MOVED NORTH In regard lo ahccp It is Mated that the iirlcc ot ewes at lhe beginning ot year was but declined at the dose of the year. About G0.000 were moved north during llie drought and Mr. Stevens believes good man} of Ihcse will not go back lo the south again. The nverage price of fat wethers by the month during IflJS all Calgary was 113.75, the highest being ?1C.M and Ilio lowest Miss Maclsaac, hcnd ot thrt dcparl- rr.enl ot women's Inslllulos, makes a report on their iirogrcaa. There were 212 iiuch Institutes in 1117 vhllc In 1318 there were 235 Institutes and the increase of membership has been from 8000 In 1911 In .ISIS. In uplte of fro Influenza ihc THE QUALITY OF THE CHEVROLET to people of price ptrmltt ewntrttilp bjr of moderate meana. Call in and sec the new models in the Four-Ninety, Baby Grand Special and the Baby Grand Sedan. Thete cart will appeal to you. BAALIM MOTOR Co. 1 BACK Or UNION BANK A fOtt CARD WILL BRING VOU ONE OF OUR HANDtOME CALENDARS. ;