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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 14, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PACK SIX VIIE LETHBR1DGE DAILY HERALD MARCH t-l, 1919 "BRINGING UP FATHER" McManus YOU QREVb llM DO >GO M'NO The Sport Big Black Needs Money and Comes Out With Lot of Bunk; After Willardj HAVANA. March 13. Jack John- wa.it to lose until 1 found out thsy son. former heavyweight champion, iu J would pay- me the sum 1 asketl for signed article gireu "Wiilard an opportunity I ''Everybody _ fcaows aow Anxious 1 to make a good showing. The lonnerjwas" to out the little- Cat- champibnL declares' (bat unless Wit-jcago difference.' TwouM hare done !ard agrees to fight him withia a reas- almost anything In reason to 'he uols enable lime he will claim the irorld'd'to -visit.my mother, who was old and title. He bis statement "JacX] feeble. TJ h! Johnson, I "Unleae .WHard agrees to {Seat Col. D'Estrampes, former congress-] he the -proceeds to go to the Clark Grif- fith fTiat -and -ball fund" or to any charitable institution. Col. Dr Es- hffe M aster; asking for the addresses Answer IrAWRBNCB, Kans., March Jacfe Johnson simply needs money and is tryjtigio put brer another match, was the.coramer.t ot J.K3 rt and i-Tiiion, ibtt iucii chaTVTi the statement received of arranging a match in Havana Tviih' from Havana today, in ivhicli John eiUier of them and Johnson, D'Es-' claimed the championship bout with traropes says in'his catile that Johu-WUlard flour years ago was a pre-ar- son is "disposed to defend the world's championship againet either of these Tbt statement.- in part, lollops: "To arrange tbe match, Jack Cur- ley came to Candon from Xew York. He ashed WlllB me it 1 to d, and I said 1 -would if he me my price. I though I could beat his man for him. Carley saU did not want that. I told Carle ranged affair. "There is absolutely nothing to it; continue! 'T reluse to'dig nify tbe with a denial; for as far aa I-am concerned it is simpl> a crude, joke.'- "bL.vievr ot'llie fact that there were and fight critics from all over the wortd In Havana when I ifOfl the championship froni' John- son, li.li foolish 'to suppose that a maVc, tbc match. When I faka totiid have been perpetrated even ready .to teave London I wired Curk-y j If 1 had heen so low as to countenance for a1 certain sum ot money, which he readily sent, it went on add an to bother me, and repose io advised me not to flo It, lUold licr lhat if 1 waa go- ing' to lose I wouW send her word in time Via get out. The reason I said because there was mors money coming to me and I did -not such ah, arrangement, "Johnson's game is almost childish in Us simplicity, and you may for me that I refuse lo fall tor it. I do not intend to Sight Johnson again or any other colored man." A- addition will be fcuilt to Medicine lUt hospital. ELDER'S GARAGE RAYMOND OPPOSITE RAYMOND OPERA HOUSE GENERAL REP AIR SHOP AND ;GARAGE We are prepared io do all Mnfa ot repair cars, gas tractors antf stationary Twelve years tTpsrience. AM work guaranteed; GASOLINE, OIL AND ACCESSORIES No DoobtjYoor Car Needs Oyerbaoling! WC CAN GIVE YOU SATISFACTION AND GUARANTEE ALL WORK Tour will be overhauled under tho able supervision or our Mr. masitr mechante bl a 300 car capacity garage IQ Winnipeg" of rCaown succesB, v V-CHARGES v, i PALACE GARAGIE T. M. RAVCN SECOND AVENUE 163? C. M. STODOART Meehanfc OTTAWA. March to sumption or thfi" dcbato in (he house of commons today, -Sir Sam Hughes asked if the sovcrnmtnu had any fur- ther reports on thc rioting at nhyl. further While replied. Sir Thomas Tonight is the night vihen Leth- bridge people are going to decide what is to be done to get sport En this city bsck to ths pre-war basis plus a whole lot of pep and co- operation, always lacking hereto- fore. The big meeting tonight will be held in the Central school auditorium, starting at 8 o'clock. The alms of the meeting have been plainly outlined on this page several times in the past and need no re-statins: What is needed new is public coopera- tion in the movement, A strong movement la being made today to have Gen. Jack Stewart attend and make a address. Ht it one of the mem- bers of the o'rf that made 'Lethbridge "famous when.Gait Park was the athletic j round of the city. His presence at the -meeting would ,serve _io 'stimulate "geneml interest in sport, and it is hoped he will con- sent present A special invitation Is extend- ed to .the the princi- pals of all the schools.tc be rep- resented on the platform tonight; as one of the big behind tht movement is to provide for' junior sport in all its branches. "The tele graph wire? must be down." commented Sir Sum to tlie amuse- ment ot the bouse. C. McQuarrit', of New i ster, ilien continued The debate on the address. 3ir. McQuarrie said !here waf great dissaUsfaclIon Briiifh Columbia in regard to llie fisheries and it wotilA bo a good thing tor the minister of marine ami fisheries to give ths matter Ms serious consideration. Koya) committees and investigations hnd been made, yot the situation did not appear to have been cleared up. On the Fraser river there has been, he said, a falling off iu production. The lolal last year was casos, which was below normal, and .he tle- scribertUie situation wltli regard lo salmon as alarming. He statetl that the ot the fisiiius liee lumbia great part of the granted. to otter (CONT1KUKD FRO31 FRONT PAGE) Premier Stewart's Position Tfjo following letter from I'remfer Stewart conveyed to President Mar- noch by Hon. Archie McLean was read to "Iho meeting: roIerent'D (a our conversa- tion regarding irrigation, 1 ito not ihfnk that lltcre is any of doufct but [list irrigation is quite beyond tlio experimental stage anil that it is absolutely necessary ae tar as agriculture is concerned in the southern iiart of tho The question, however, involves llie ex- penditure of an immense amount ot money and also Involves an agree- ment with the Dominion authorities, and for these reasons it Is my ion that serious conslderaliou must be given to the question before a de cision can be reached thc govern ment." Hon. Mr. McLean's Views In addressing the convention Hon Archie stated that, though 5F GUI IHE ir.trfcel, coming as far east as ami Lucomo. Wants Coal Graded Capt. Camiibtll made a suoug plea 'or Iho itisUtullon ol a syttetu ot ;rAdiug vou) ylwlUr to lhat >J lit thu firydlug o( and iroduets, averting that while it might io ifbf a tlrrtv, uvwituall) It' JU tywl; ftthcr Koti byer AlbWta nctt :oitn-li ;of cost of un Byste'm'rt os hotdlns Jargo areas uuder "i.W an acre. .In lUo-casb of acrctf, this aii'scoual overhead rse ot TUe agreed with .llils and said imo saEgc'dlion ho was inclined lo favor was that ih'o feik-rnl goterLiment leaso buch -.'a! Ji'.Bds as were attually Lelun inincil, lioldins others iu reserre adja- cent 10 iLo mining opt'raiions for uso in toalrcd. ihus cult Ins out ovcTficad rental diarges. Steady Work Needed Mr. Campbell aTeo said that Jho ases ot mlDcri not hiyti consul- erins Iho unsteady characlcr of ihcir employment; that, many who ,rO of jnlners getting and a day dirt not understand the situ- ation: to say tlmt If tho miners could be assured of 'steady work Tor the greater 'portion 01 Iho year, rnuc-li of Ihe mtno trouble woutj To lUSs Mr. Stewart also assented. Tht' premier In his "remarks reiiQal- ed Justyry of the lt> iulro- duct; Aiberla coal-into Manitoba when llie' embargo Manitoba cool on, and described how lianl foniu of the Manitoba people fought against tbe western Canadian coal, Ho de- scribed how difficult. Iho litforded by tlie Pennsylvania coal Pennsylvania harvl coal in the in view of the fact llmt It-would toba market. jfcucp iiulefinitoly, while the coals of Tho premier's reply was that clmracKir. hud lo bo used government tiacl QO control orer the j kcT'TT 11 opening up ot now mines, Capt. Camp-jijlc rilgii W'M o'n bell having previously agreed lhat one I Tbe premier hinted that consoHda- with coal Industry iu of tIlR varlouH mines might berta is the iar5ft number of in pro- di'ctton c-uits, liul tins 'far course vuluals slarti.15 new mluti. Mr. lload-i liave to lbe KCVCnl. lev said (hat llie new mines controi. W05 ot which .H. Hums is oniy o( a railway (o on on m> are wa.J lo cu, proliurtlbr hard coal atiil lhat lie had ueen formed Ibey will otnvloy from f.OO 10 i s 1000 men: that he hail beca iufonncll' tliat orders were now fcceii tliese mines running for fivc- years already if thej" wore' uudcr way, ivhich showed thai there was n de-; in anil for Alberta bard-coal. The debate was over Cant. Camp-: bell's resolution iho provincial government'to1 endeavor lo co-operalu not having any personal expsrlcnce of thc governments-oC Saskaiclic- van ami Manitoba in gelling tho fed- irrigation, he bad learnt from observa- tion the benefits that had. come from In dis thc pros and cons era! government to Canadian coal exclusively on government railways, of the siliiatlon Ihe question came un' as to what would be'necessary ivhe; re'tUrntll to riomal to c Eiml Ilial Ms to bring ont tho tacts which had note wKh the era in-growing actlvillt great maioniy! tj; ihe countries of Europe. In th- Englishmen Decid? to Unite Eitcl Officers There wss a response to the msetinj of Englishmefi called for ths purport of a foot- ball club to play in the corning season, and ths name has been dsfinilely fixed as St. George's United, with colors of red and white. A committee has been elected -to attend the big meet- ing on Friday evening, which A further meeting will be heTd to elect officers and other n-tts-iary business Any players desirous of joining the club will be heartily welcomed, and wtti pleaie keep en tyt on'thete col- umns for further announcements. The fans therefoft" assured of a rtpctition of the battle royal that always when Scotland Ertglancf meet ytktn the'foot- ball fieW. es in British Col- remainder were s. Greeks, etc. He said he'tiad nothing to say against the Japanese, but it was nol a proper condition ot thjats when they found tho majority of.-Jic- euses BpiflS to citizens of'- foreign Sir. Sam- Hughes, .wanted knciw vliy any licenses ware granted to for- eigners. Mr. McQuarrie replied that, strictly speaking, these oriental fishermen were not foreigners becauae they had taken Ihe; of AB.avay across the Atlantic, arrive about March 19f ami has on board a total ot There aio 102 officers, cadets and other ranks. EASTERN MATS Cr'CAPS Sor fiist UAD -cg again regularly, and Tnc worX aecms to be going alopg with a swing. experiences at; tho front there was homo. 1-iving seventeen years In the! The regular monthly business meet- [district, ho haa learnt ifrom friends ins was held last vrcek at the home of i and know the desire of Ihe people for Mra. Bryden when reports were given I irrigation. :It was.'lhe will of the and various dtiiils we're gone over.peonle, anil tile people-'rule, anil they and all found very satisfactory. H is should get together to-frjrrnnlalc plan in the very for the bringing of tho project! proposed to holtl a dance near future but the only admonition we can E've just now Is lo for the announcements. The next, roee.l- Ins will he held at the liotne of Mrs. I Ilobsrls, Mra. Prcsser who was called home to Minnesota by thc sickness o( her 1 mother returned on Friday. Mrs. Prosper arrived a few days before her mother died. Mr. Harold ninl of liirdsholra. who The Bankers and the Barters o! the Five Pin League, played for the championship of 1he league last, night and the Bankers conped. 7he acores: O'Connor Bankers McLean MaeKay Totals, fMu'lva'hlll' M 27 2? 51 23 52-f ISO i'Jt 81 .M.8 '45 "fhomnson 31 Hopper :U I Totals 1S4 IC.'I head. to a THE TOLOA MIX-UP HALIFAX, N'. S.. March With reference to Ihe dienalcli out from Ottawa denying that re- Fcrvlsts on board the admTilry trrtna- port Toloa liad hcen refused r'jtl frans- porlalion (o N'cw YorK It rlated at Ihe Holjcrt Ileford Acenoy todi has spent the past fevr weeks in Lelh- luat the Instructions yestcr- bridge returned home last week. Mrs. .1. Cook of Altovado, U spcml- Ing the week in I.ethbrldge vlslling with frienda. Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Waiver who have been spending the winter ;in Califor- nia returned hnnie un TudBday'3 tradij Mrs. ,A... Soraw who hat te'in ailing for some llnir; lelt ojv Wednesday's trainitfor her lircnt- in Oregon. All of her trienda lier a and com- plete recovery. day rmrporUng to come from mflftfa dcparlment and denyhiK the i.v 3iio of transporUtlon by nil, transmuted lo Capt, F, W.1 military landing ofUccr here. AUTOT1RES OF ALL SI2E3 t VULCANIZED tf llie Famous ITarwooJ Syjti-m RETREADING REPAIRtMQ fiy experienced Workmen. work guaranteed. Special Efialp- merit for Him Cut R. D. RITCHIE 203 13ih SI. 3. Ellison Mllli RADIATOR MAN FIFTH ST. S. BATIERIES JUST ARRIVED I A BiC SHIP- MEKT.OF'GUARANTEED NEW BATTERIES.FOR ANV MAKE OF CAR, AMD OUR Prices are Right Gel our quotatlont ctiasing Buy a Wil- lard and save money, 1 3117thSiSoath PhoM616. F.lrcet has been and all hopo lo fif'C him ont iKtiin very Rtmrlly. Inspector Jlnnily nt Ihe A. r. I'. a visitor In dr.vn on Tueailay. KOREAN EMPEROR TOKIO. (Assotialed Thc former Km- Ylhcul, of Korea, were borne (o' the tomh this ntlvlcea from horty lo Kotcnn nubjccln, on- voya from court rcp-i roKimR, A military guard was formed by esc naval and military uni'.i. In thc, dlaturbinK rtfmurfi wVilrh had lioen current for Homfs time, oc- cpsion not, marrorl by any -Miito- vvahl Hhcldcmt. FARMERS! a If you are up n lei (hl 'l haullnc problems call In and see our Churro- (hlA-ton worm-Orivc itucK. Thla Is thc lilcnl, Iruck for Iho firrpcr's use, powctfut, i huilt, but nol too hcavj-. iMl us talk over your (racking dilllcnlltci with you, we will bo 5 lilcascd to try and nsslsl you. _' MOTOR Go, BACK Of UNION ftANX Leave 'your name and address .it our. off fee and we Will send .you one of our 1919 calendars, ;