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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 13, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX IHK MCrHHHIlXiE DAILY HKKALU THURSDAY, MARCH UP FATHER" By G. McManus ORION U'rem Our Own Correspondent! OIUON', March J. K. son and fanily havo returned to the. Isrru alter boUig IK tho Hcadymado S. U. for some time. The wrvlces were held tlx Orloa IWou church Sunday. At (ho close ot tho preaching service, tin service ot ordination, o( Men wai conducted by the Rev. 1L- C. Mr. Jus. Jackson, '.Mr. Wai. J. and Mr. S. EESiestou were the ttireo clJers ordained. There was good congregation. The Oriou Consolidated School start- ed tho new term tor 1919 on tho luth, with Mr. Coad ns principal auJ Miss Honors laklnB the position aj last year, limning "vans" te rather a difficult problem, for wiillo llicro is quilo a 1ol o! snow, (here are also places whore too ground IE bare. Sleighs will soon havo to be changed for wheels. The Sport Page SEATTLE WON FIRST l CONTINUED PROM FRONTPAGE) been bringing the St. Mary's river water in the world running uselessly past our doors, we may well wonder at our own supinenesE. Progressive Steps "Arising out of the government's policy ot carrying our surveys we have'seen other developments of irri- gation plans. Tho Canadian I'acific Railway have spent very large sums ot money in constructing large irriga- tion warts in otheisparts ol this prov- ince; and another company, tuo Can- ada Land and Irrigation Company lias ______ been bring ng tue si. SEATTLE. Wash.. Marsh waters down to make nioro fertilothe no the same. this defeated 5 to 1. tonight in tho first con- test in the two-game cham- pionship play-ol of the Pacific Coast Association. Frid.y nisfrt's mMtin} at Cen- tral school When the major sport organization of the city Is to be fornitd promises to be the event of a decide in local athletics and indications are that tn'e auditor- ium will be crowded to rti utmost capacity. A preliminary meeting held last night by the members of the committee who have Interested pushing the oroart- .ization and it was found that de- velbjiiTients were fairly well ad- vanced. Judge Jackwn will at .the.meeting, and there will he i number, of cttiawn on the plat- .form who are tatefecttag Mlves in.the promotion of heal- thy-outikw-lricto. Some addresses will be given after which ai.'chairman of the constitution-eommitbM pre-. tent'the constitution as at'pres- ent drawn up and wiLI move for the 'formation of the Lethbrdge Amateur Athletic Association. Whether the constitution wilj be adopted as-it stands' remains to be seen, but it is modelled after the constfttfttan of the Montreal and has' many good fea- .tures-V W. J. Nelson, chairman of the grounds committee, will then pre. sent a report on the grounds. It is expected to have seven or eight practice and it is hoped thaf Eckstorm park will be avaifablj for this year for all the big games where gate receipts will be collected. lion, and The "Y- .enter basketball team play-Uime to time, to'ledtaB? tot the wal cd al Stirling last and .vere er vras necessary to .ucces' Finance Big Problem One of the big features of the will be a discussion of way's and means. How to finance j the organization so as to-give the every opportunity and st wme time promote organized sport amonj juniors and in- termediates is a big probltm, but the committee believes it has a solution for year with a much larger program looming up for succeeding years. The main ob- ject" Is'to get the grounds, get the various leagues organized and get the teams working. If that is year and a good healthy public rnterest in sport once more revived larger program'for nejrf year, will be easy of accom- plishment; The Vrta are all set for the sum- mer's sport and wiil have senior teams In baseball and football, and If a lacroMc league can be form- ed they will he in that too. They art out to do everything pos- sible .to1, encourage "the new or- ganization. Today messages are being sent to tvery parent in the'eTty through the school pupils asking as many as possible to "attend trie Friday evening meetjng, for the commit- tee .realizes it !s undertaking a serious task whfch win mean a lot o 11 01 n ami partly it Local Team Loses By 41-.14 Un vThen again, as many ol Stirling Floor Juniors Didn't Go Down yon know, [eelln'ki arose at one timi "that >et-country anditbat you could not afford to pay for irrisa .i'lion. and pbaciv again from beaten ty a tcore of 11 to 34. Tte scure itstlf shows that Stirling did not have their OKU way .anil also Farni'.School for Rsymsnii "Later on iUe Dominiim tal Farm starts 'Uthjlrrii-e j with' our frfiia ;H'., Fai that the game iras fast. t was rtort-'a roan, so R. charge; star was took'his place, and-Ve'll tell.tia world: tainly when -ife'i fine jarae-.'He played selected: for Then-U wi iu nt CUIBU V i'v and [the has pjayea on ine scniur crae rigatioa that arc going to arise from watched by- McKillop. but old Kiltiejthls present movement: it .is well to had his hands lull last night with this) remind ourselves that we are Dealing big giant. Ostlimd and, MicMson.) with two enormous forces. Wo are is guards, played a good, clean game, proposing lo tama the forces ol nd broke up many of the "V" boys'lure; and we have to remember all the omblnation plays. Young and. Rid-j time that we are dealing with humav. ath ol the "T" team played a great! nature. It is almost amusing to re- and put in many a hair-raiser1 call now that when S. S. Dunham and hot. These two fellows did all H. Fairiield and myself, accom- hooting for the Lethbridge team, and panied by a few t'oaldale Irrigation hey arid'Osllunii the I farmers went out to talk irrigation to persnasion, perseverance and energy will yet have to be called Into play.1 We know that we ourselves cannot, unaided, carry these works to com- pletion. On the other hand, we hare to recollect that we have to persuade the governments that it is, their duty on our help us to finance and to construct these works; we sea that we can make them so prcptable to onrselves; that the repayment of the principle monies, and the pay- ment of. the interest charges, and the costs of maintenance and operation will be easy for us to carry; but tne Will DC t'iloi IUI ua -----i work of persuading the governments to bring In a tPJm lo Lethbriclse leaves Spring Coulee at S.4S a.m., returning ot G.4L p.m, ONEFOUR NEWS IKrnm Our Own corresDonacmi. ONKKOUR, Jlarcli Schritz, of Sage Creek, was a Onefour visitor Thursday. J. B. C.iffce, the lone homesteader j of 1-3, us a caVi en Triday. Alex. Hay came in from Lethbridge last week to !ook afler Ml interests in the old Greens LOOK! AND THEN THINK! Here arc 3 ftw of our prices: RETREADS Plain W.OO Groove 10.00 Studded, A.W. 10.00 Diamond, A.W: 11.00 All other sizes equally priced, well as any repaired sections. Tire Service Co. Opposite No, 1 Fir- Hall to back us still lies before us. "i -bare tried to explain to them that there is no essential difference in the methods whereby the works may bo financed than those that ootain when a town organizes its forces to get a water supply; but It is not easy ge lo persuade them thai all will be plain sallfng under district organizations for ____ He 'f BOM and j start work on the fanr. Mrs. David Oruiistou bad Ihe mis-, fortune to slip on the Icy ground re- cently and is now nursing a EOTerely spraineii G. Ycung, (orwflrd........... H W. Riipatb, forward 16 54 ithering here to the business Meeting Wednexfay Night uaj. 0rrteT. IQ cnablo representatives people of hanasi MslMi who crwing to train con- it, thefr he p spme of our vm not abic Io present farmers around hero, to make begin- yesterday afternoon, an extra nlngs in buliaing I "ecS was Held in the Board of nearly..every the dlBtricl has largely "iniU' f ings, ot livestock; .0, that' when _we Jp Ncmiacam; Thorn- were visited- by an.-abnormally nry xtmiscam', Divles. Cameron season last year wo. were bright lo 10-19; Hodgea, Btz Ch.w. iron Spring Total......... Si--., munu. gops lo Raymond tomoi row nighL There be a big danc- after the game. Young Bunge, of Strathcona, tonight 261- E6G 167- 517 648 15t- 487 53S in fl ID-round bout. ligmwelgbts, The men are .we saw to other parta.of western Can ada -.last.year .that birr-finely cultivat- 'cd soils shape to with- stand almost detlllsh winds that blow (ibwn'trom ihd SSirth-west during almost ,tbc whole of growing sea- son. 'And we aav.ttat we had to totnk out ways for holding (ha soil together. On'rc Irrigation far- 'mers no such dlfCcuHies; they carry tbelr livestockj'tomfortably at alt times; 'and the cattlu manure puts back the fibre In thilr soils, anil tho Then araln KMn: lron Cameron; T.D. Brown, Cameron; John ED the alfalfa grow increase, the Church league game last night. futility. of us NKO I been engaged more exclusively In Brain on the olhcr hanil, have MIKE GIBBONS WINNER UENVEK, Colo., March Oibbona, of St. Paul, easily won a newspaper decision over How- of Milwaukee, tonight In their 8S3 891 Id-round bout here. CURLING I'owelson, llayir.ond; P. II. Peters, commissioner ot Irrigation; O. Hobbs, Iron'Springs, ?.n9 others.' President Marnoch went over tho resolutions that had been druftcil for tho convention. The delegates wcrei full accord tfitlt them. 1 In splto of the inclement weather J anil othcra are pouring In Ihls'-morning from outside points for the big mccllns lo bo held at the Ma- Jcsllc. The committee on the alterations to tho Alberta Irrigation District Act will nit In Ihe ot trade rooms tomorrow morning at 0.30 sharp. No CtaM Your Car Neds Orfrbauling! 'in. CAN IWVE YOU ikNO OUARANTES ALL WORK Yew cM.wfll overtoiled, tmdtr tbe able 'supervision of our tirai, Mr. Sloddtrt, tonnerfy mister mechanic of a 300 car nMcitr tvnce' ta ot renown success. fV 'CMAROM MODERATE PALACE GARAGE f. M.'RAVIN 'SECOND AVENUE C. H. 8TODDART Matter Mechanic Two rinks .from Taber. skipped by 3. Henderson ami Tom Valcrson, play- cd Cadillac Cup last nlghl, but were not successful in lilting it. Thc ce la In good condition, and another competition has been started, with two draws 1 night. Thc draws for tonight are: Held vs. Carberry. Simpson vs. Gray. JJoyd re. Peat McKcnzlo T3. Uvle. PjM.-- Kox vs. Alrtl. Skeith va. McN'alib. Marrs vs.. Clark. Tho Pox vs. Ilaalim game last night it a lnundlnjv. had to' in't-ur very heavy expense in bringing liay down from Ihe north or In sending our livestock up there to bo fed. Far.ners in Ejmetl "This meeting today Is evidence thai you are in Mrnesl In this miller of getting more Irrigallon at rough calculation you represent fl pop- ulation in Soulhom Alberta of not far short of 'people. And we be- lieve IhatJhey are some ot the best peopU 'W ihc world al and. we also know .thai >e are working on somo of tho very best la Iho world.- The. grain rrops that we grow In when the moisture conditions were favorably demonstrated lhal lo the world; for Ihe grew then, running In Frime cases as high NORMAN LAMBERT BACK FROM PARIS OTTAWA, March hert, secretary of'the Canadian conn. ,11 of agrlciillurc, has returned lo Can- ada from Paris, where he represented he agricultural Interests of Canada at conferences held In connection wlHi conference. Mr. Lamborl left the west last night via Tor as 18 bushels lo Ihe aero li rcfsi by tho world's espcrfihu "thii omenal crop." "this think then that all tills timo we hare been ing by and seeing aome of the boa' onto. FIRE IN.QUEBEC. QDKBF.C. March nev Marathonio, Cafo on St. John slrecl conducted'by N. Ctinbs, was damaied by fire, here yesterday atlei noon. damage la estimated ot One fireman was seriously Injured b falling through skylight, AUTO TIRES OF ALL SIZES VULCANIZED By tlie Famous Haywool System RE-TREADING t REPAIRINO experienced Workmen. AH woik guaranteed. Special Equip- ment for R'iui Cut Repairs. R.D.RITCHIE 203 13th SI. S. Opp, Ellison Mllll BATTERIE8 ARRIVED! A BIO SHIP- MENT OF GUARANTEED NEW BATTERIES FOR ANV MAKE OF CAR, AND OUR Prices are Right Get our qudlitiont before pur. chaitng elwwhert. Bay 3 Urd and money. 311 7th St Phone 616. FARMERS! If you lire up against hauling problems call lo BOO our Chevro- let one-ton track. TUfe Is the 'Meal truck for the tamer's use, powerful, well- built, but nol loo heavy, Let tis talk over yonr trucking dlfllcsllics wltli you, we will be pleased lo try and Assist you. BAALIM MOTOR Co. BACK OF UNION BANK Leave your and xWreM our dtffce >nd vn wilt you one o< our ;