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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 13, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX Tim DAILY HEfiALn__ SATURDAY, MARCH 13. 1920 SHE 3D p. t By G. McManus BRINGING UP FATHER HEART; A FOQ VJHEN I REMEMBERED I WOZ. TO e driven "to despondenco and would deserl the country. In event of sucl an cjodus. ho warned the house thai the financial obligation thus incurred through having to meet tho mora responsibility of not letting municipa debentures go to default would be greater than any obligatioi GLOVERSVIU'E. X.Y., March Ed. "Slrangler" Irfwls, heavyweight wrestler, threw Iran Madvas. _ "thoi Russian giant." twice here last night, tho first in 4S mirlutc3 with a rwarl. lock, and the second fall was in minutes witli an arm-scissors. r MAXINE MAKING IT HOT FOR DEMPSEY m___p________. 4 I.OS ANGELES, Cal., March Wayne, former wife of' Jack Dcmpsey. heavy- weight pugilist, who appeared at the federal building here yesterday under escort of a Epe- agent (if the department of justice, ''related a startling story and will repeat it imme- diately to the grand ac- cording to Gordon Dawson, ns- sislaut United States district attorney. Before being taken to the dls- trict attorney's office, Mrs. Wayne said she was ready.and willing to tell anything silo knew about Ucmpsey's alleged rfforts to evade the draft. baseball and football fans are wondering whin the annual meeting of the L.A.A.A. is going to be called. -It; certainly is about time some life was becom- ing evident.'' Lethbrldge this year wants to see the best clars of amateur, baseball that can be put up. If a small league is the vtrdict of the that be every team should be called upon to play in exhibi- tion game or two to show their calibre. immensely greaiur muii incurred through an irrigation scheme Gen. Stewart's Proposal Since tbe outset of tlie ilglit to hav the bonds made a first lien on th lands in irrigation dlstrieti, there hai been H. division of opinion among III legislators from tho south. George Hoaulcy, Okploks, former leader of Iho opposition, and Oen. J. S. Slew- aro I.elhbridge, have taken the ground that mortgages in the district already existing are sacred covenants which cannot be disregard- ed to the Client of making bonds a. lien ahead of them. Their alternative was that government cither arrange to buy out the mort- gages and add them as a charge ngainst tha district, or else give a SERVICE. DAY! AND NIGHT Phone Office 3rd S., Lethbrldje, Ride in a McLiugMin Special. It no more. TOMMY JONES IN LONDON Canadian In. gave, a hearty welcome today at a luncheon to -Mr. Con Jones ot Vancouver, who seeks to secure the English soccer team lo tour CanaoV and to Tommy iBurns'of Calgary., who wanls to find the fulure Brilish heavyweight box- ,ng champion. Buchanan Taylor pre- sided. up itao of argument Fri- day afternoon, Sir. Ilondlej- putting it in the form of a definite proposi- tion. lie said that, as tho cost of tho Northern irrigation pro- had been estimated at a total of Jo.OOO.OOO, 'another million should be added to this 'estimate, which would give between and necessary to take 'up the (Jen. Stewart supported this proposi- tion, but, as before, 'the govern rejectee] 'it. Premier Stewart, In this j connection, again emphasized the far- Hill Jack Hoillngiworth LETHBRIDGE TAXI FOURTH AVE. 8., REAR OF PALACE CONFECTIONERY. 24 HOUR SERVICE PHONE 664 PUTS 'T OVER ON TY COBB connecton, agan ryio .1 UVJLAJJN i reaching 'irrigation schemes cominBJ Severeid H.ngi Up N.nny of! up in the future, and'tho necessity of Georaia Peach the government showing caution in _ _ obligating itself to such schemes at- Catehers who are behind the plale ter its railway -experiences. when Ty Cobb is batting have inter- 1 Scare Capital Away eslins times of Ty makes it in-i' Caplain P.obert Pearson, soldiers' leresting. But'the Georgia Peach representative, again opposes not always get the .best of the at- making the bonds a first lien ahead tempt at "goat getting." Indeed, f Mortgages'. lie supported the or- Quality, Flavour and Aroma BRIER Two sizes TORONTO, March lor the King's Plate. Stanley Produce Stakes, Breeders' Stakes and Maple Leaf Stakes, will close'wiili On- ario Jockey Club neit 'Monday. The 'ing's Plate will be run ten weeks roin tomorrow. Following ara the stakes in ques- on: Tho King's Plate, added, anil ifty guineas, the gift o[ Hi3 31ajesty George. three-year-olds and pward; foaled In Ontario. Ona'mllc nd .1 quarter. To be run Saturday, lay 22. 'Stanley Produce Stakes, add- d. For three-year-olds', foals ,of SIS. One mile and a quarter. Maple Leaf Stakes, J2.000 added. For three-year-old fillies; foals of and foaled in Canada. One mile and a sixteenth. Breeders' Slakes. J2.000 added, for Jirco-ycaroluB; foals of 1018 and [oaled in Canada. One mile and a fur ong. POSTPONE MATCH .March boxing match scheduled here for Mar. lo between Richie Mitchell and Wlllio Jackson, with an advance aalo o( SIS.- 000, was postponed today after offic- ials of the club staging tho match an- nounced they had been nnablo lo get In touch with Jackson's manager. He- ports that one; of Jackson's hands had been Injured were being investigated, tho club officials said. BOB MARTIN WINS Sllcli.. March Hoi) M.irlin, heavywolBlil boxing Cham- lion o! tlm American expeditionary orces. scored o technical knockoul over Joe "fine Hound" ftlley, of Fori Wayne. Ind.. in the first round of their scheduled lOTonml bout here las some ot them have learned down to a, fine point just -.vhere TV'S nannj lies, and quite frequently match of wits and skill in which Hank Scvereld, catcher for the Browns, rather put it over on the Detroit star. -When Ty came to bat in the first inning Severeid, squatting behind the plate, remarked gently that Tyrus did tot seem lo be slealing so many jascs as in former years. Cobb Ihrcw back a genial retort to the effect tliat ha would steal Severetd's glove be- fore the game ended. Whereupon the wager was made that he would or wouldn't. Ty walked. Djreclly he .reached first b'ase he wavfed, to tbe St. Ixmis catcher (hat ho would go dov.-h. Iried lo do so and was killed, Severeid to Gerbcr. In Ihe Ihlrd inning Ihe Teach never reached first, being thrown out bi Marrci. But in the sixth ho walked again .and stole second standing up He tried to steal third and was thrown oul, Severeid to Austin. Ty's last timo at bat came in th< eighth. He hit safely to left field. I was a legitimate more, Bui Cohb rounded first like a gliost -.ind slrclohed the hit lo i two-b'agger, eliding beaulifully nndc Gerber's hnnd. Then ha waved again lo Severeid Ibal ho meanl to steal third. The catcher railed for a waste ball, but nothwilhslandtng -this Cobb tore for third and made it. HcvercM In bis liasle to Ihrow to that bag dropped Ihe ball. Tyrin gave him a hearty laugh and beckoned scornfully' for Scvereld's glove. Severeid said nothing, but signaled for anolher wide one. which he got. Cobb liad slrolicd oft third, Recreation 'umenta of Hoadjey that previous egistation enacted by the government, uch aS amendments to the Land Titles in respect to personal covenants, iad atreadj.- frightened millions of dollars of capital away, from invest- ment in Alberta; and that the irriga- .ion bond proposal was another of ike ilk-; which might help lo kill Iho goose ttaat lays the golden egg. Dr. J. K. State, .Clearwater (govern- nenft, said that he was opposed to any proposal such as Mr. lloadley's, which would result in drawing tho nrovinco nlo schemes in such a manner as to cause It, eventually, to shoulder the whole burden; he therefore supported the premier's and Mr. Boyle's pro- posal lo consult tho mortgagees them- selves upon the proposal. Government's Moral Obligation In the course of his remarks, when speaking on the relation of the credit j of the provinces to that of munlcl-' palllies, school districts, and other organizations whicli issue debentures, tho premier pointed out thaL oulside of the legal obligations incurred, there Is a moral obligation resting upon the province. It was this moral obliga. tion that had led tlie province to help good llio defaulted bonds in the Spring Hank irrigation distiict and make it necescary to help out the town of Athabasca landing. In connection with (lie scheme, A. F. Kwing West Rdmon-j Ion, niado a strong declaration in I favor of tho government guaranteeing) Dominion Bowling Alleys Basementt Dominion Bldg. Entrance on Blith Street. and the catcher tho ball to an Austin like a bullet. And Hie veteran third baseman nnd put it on Cobb before he could slide back lo Iho 4 MANY CHANGES IN BISLEY COMPETITION ANDY CAN FIX ANY RADIATOR TROUBLE. LOWER W. F. JOHNSON March dienant nt ;lto recent action of tho cominlltcp