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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 18, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBRIDOl; IH11.Y HERALD 'ITKSDAY, MAHC11 18, 19U "BRINGING UP FATHE-R" By G. McManus IOX' C.OLLV-THA.T COY WOULD TALK TO DEATH- HOW-AM j SAVIN' WHEN J "YOU WENT I I AH- 1 TURIN (From Our Own TIHUS. March eatcitalu uient and LasUH social, held Friria: evening test, under direction of tin U. F. A- was well attended, Uespiu coM weather anj poor roads- very entertaining yrosraui was render ed. uonals-iinK of songs, reaUmgs anc humorous dialogues, the Turin MJr strcls rreaiiHB mui'li Tun by inei music, songs and jokes. A hearty spoilt was when the basket' wero auctioned off. some eighty tto: lars belua realm1 J from iho salvj ami a goodly recast was enjoyed all. Mr. and Mri. V. Hanson wert.favor ed liy a visit from the stork, Friday March 14th. a bouncing buy beiu; left in their charge. "The chickens always come tionic ti roost" seemj to bo a very truo maxim Mr. and Mrs. Kratik Milts have return ed. after trying other -N'i doubt they have returned to help ti boorit their district, at any rale Ihei many friends are to see Uia; their "warm" untiles tmmghL Iron: Vancouver remain unfrozen. The Sport Page EXPLIS IDE OTTAWA. Mar. the ot commons ttiis afienioon, Thow- a? While read ihe (oliowirg cable- gtita from Sir I-Mward Kemp in regard to ihe riots at KluitiK1! trvitip: "Answering your otifiulry for further information of Klnune) I'ark dijluru- aiice. my cable'Mart-H 7. should be read in conjunction witfi tMs. tf covers the. pending thorough inuiry, which is being 'tarried on. ties have been encountered, Dlificul- To Discuss Ways and Means- Executive Held First Meet- ing Monday The Cardston senior team will invade the city loa'ay to ptey "Y'f basketball team. The Cards- ton bays rave been working hard, and a good, fast game is assured. The preliminary game will be be- tween two church teams who are even for first place. game atone will be worth seeing, so don't fail to come tonight. The game will start at 3 o'clock sharp. Admission, 25 cents. Coppwj Dumber of Events in! considered at ler-.s: j T) best Uritish 1 (T.ji Tlnii-lmrr ui...--i The L. A. A. A. got dawn to J tiers bs: v.iien the executive hold ils first meeting. Judse Jackson, j tlic president, n-as not present, but; Vice-Presidont Skcith presided. j li was decided to call together the' members of ibe preliminary tinance committee at the city council cham- bers tonight to discuss way's and moans at raisins funds lo start .off the cevr association, is looked as one of the most important community movements the city has i undertaken for a long time. ing are tbfc members of the commit.-; tee: i A. G. -Baalim. Ceo. B. MacKny. A. IX Hogg, Canoa McMillan. D, It. Votes, I H. J. Dinning, Jce D. King. K.; D. D. D. McNabb. Jobn Gil- Coast Light Heavy Praclically more. John Iteber, D.C.M.; John Veseleaak. Dr. Broker, Evans, Jted Kenny, Wna. Iloiberton. Rcbt. Livingstone, A. K. Williamson, Harry Francis, Chief Hardy, Hugh Crawford, George Diion, Henry Galrin acti Thos, the Saskatchewan Bowling Tournament Barons and Lethbrlrtge boviers did very well at the Regina bowling tour- ney as the following final results The Barons returned yes icrday. Their Royal Flush v-on the novice e1 first place vrith HoUart for gran i aggregate ior novices, and generally the boys copped tome o! the prizes: Open Five-Man Event 'Stags. Regina I has fciiual to that of nrc s t in Cam- jdiai: camps u aceju'ea for by ibs jtaa that the mia have been away t from their homes hi fur per- iods ranging up to four years or more, have suffered great privatiora and :ire thoroughly homesick, a fact which is fully appreciated. "It will be easily understood that with through demands ol Imperial LIU- ihorillcs for necessary accommodation in order to carry out their demobiliza- tion work. Many Documents Needed "Staff difficulties also are very heavy on account of the vast amount ot documentation required lo bo car- ried out in England to meet wtehea of authorities in Canada. More men have to be- provided for in Kngjnnd than at any time since the of (ho war, necessitating inaueti- Old Country loyal Flusn quintette! [uen who have hardships T.l" and monotony would, when they reach- ed Ki.iimel Park, (he last stage in before embarkation, ;J lif'ld owiaj to shipping difficulties, become Impatient. Every thing possible i> -6C21 done to interest the Foldiers white __--------- are awaiting io be repatriated. Ilegina will follow. J-ki Saratogas. Winnipeg armwU'ce came at the beginning 24pjof one of the most severe winters 2471: KIJ gland has experienced. The iveath- 1 er has been, continually cold and wet, 1132! with'-absolute lack of "sunshine. Had Signed Up For Match on Apnl'll The meeting also named T. H. city treasurer, lo be the treasurer of the association, this meet- ing with the approval oi" the mayor and council. George Mc-Killop will act as tempor- ary secretary, Tiie executive laid plans (or getting 'organization of the various branches! of sport way, certain mem-' liers of the executive have been asked to eee the various leaders in Junior sports to get them to get their leagues together so that they may secure rep- of the OALGARY, Mar. Farmer, middleweight champion of the Pacific closed a contract with the Calgary Boxing commission to appear hero :a a 10-round bout" on April 11. The commission has for some days been trying to bring to Calgary the most ilesirable opponent for AI and in secaring Farmer, Ross will now have an opportunity to" box him for the middleweight championship o( Canada and the.western States- has met many a good man, BUI he gees up against one ot the very best on April II. Farmer ad- vised the commjEcion Saturday that his weight he IBS pounds ringside i decided that the for the organization of the juniors and or he voutd forfeit his portion of the Al Ross i3 expected to iveJg at about 16-5, and is posting his forfeit the commission as a guarantee of rood faith. tlic baeeball players also. La- crosie is also making a stir. There be'two or three intermediate la- crosse teams at least. The tennis players arc also being asked to get together ant] send a representative to an executive meeting of the L. A, A. 'A. shortly in order to diacuHo some plan ot affiliation. The cricketers arc also "being fisked to interest them- selves. The plan the executive aims at to bare al! leagues organized by April 1st if possible EO lliat grounds may be picked as convenient 35 pos- sible for the teams in the different districts of the city. Outdoor sport for the girls is not being oTcriookcn, iitiu ihe1 Local Coun- cil Women is being asked to send ft delegation to the executive meeting next Monday night lo plans. COLLAR MOTORBOAT RACE OHIO, Mar. Vies, Regina Fogg "and Forgie, Winnipeg Tnuuberger and .VoJisky. Hall and Brown', Regina..... and Farguhar, 1092: under more favorable weather condi- lampbell and Munroe, Regina there -would been less Spires and Dickson, Moose Jaw.. cause for complaint. Happle and McPhee. Edmonton. IQ69 --There- has been a'general shortage ration of a special system for dealing with coir-6 troops, and educating of siaffa in connection with the systems prevailing in England. There arfi also difficulties in carrying out two forms of demobilization, side by side, this being unavoidable. Disposition of sup- pUea, war France and Eng- land, etc., 15 a his task in it- self. ''Never since the war bi-gan has there been such an amount of work to be done in so short a period. It took iome time to reverse the machine which had been, in operation for four aud a haJf years and set it goins in the opposite direction back to Caiinda. All practical suggestions for Improve- ments to assist in camp life are read- ily adopted. Notwithstanding all dif- ficulties wftfi which we are we will have Gucceeded by the end of tills month in moving from France lo Kng- soldiers and from ring land 212S ivt- been fortunate enough to have been 1099 able to proceed with demobilization powerboat race from Barnard and Montgomery, Forgie, Winnipeg Krmrn, Regina McDonald, Winnipeg.......... SUuk, Aha............. Evans. Lethbritlge FargHhar. Regina Moore, Barons Molisky, Regina................ Worby, Winnipr-g Miltenherger. Regina Lover id ge, Winnipeg Elliott, Regiiia Jackson, Winnipeg Curtis, Regina Grand Farquhar, Regina............. Molisky, Regina Moore. Barons Hrown, Regina Elliott, Ilegina Forgie. Winnipeg Munroe, Kegina.............., MiUenberger, Kegina Novice Five-Man Event Hi i of fue! which bas added to the dis- 1042 j comfort. Men have lirefl in camps, S part in huts, which is the only 5Sl: accommodation. Non-combatant troops 5SOJ coming from different varts of France, 577 i also lines of communication troops 577 have undoubtedly suffered hardships owing to (lie unavoldahlo and unconv fortable transportation to England, re- SSI suiting in colds and in many cases, In- j fluenza. The dbconitorts which SCO i soldier is willing to put up with while 54S] engaged in fighting assume different aspect noy; war is over. Labor 537 hies and general unrest in the British Isles and on (he continent have had 536 some effect upon the men. Shortage of Ships "in my cable lo Feb. 25, I pointed out that we wcrt short In our shipment of troops to Canada 'or the first 15 days of Fulruary, "which was lG4l! causcil by the ministry, of shipping 15311 not being able to deliver ships when lC20iihey had been specifically promised ISISUor certain dates. In .some cases LON'DON. Mar. Kn- Usii league football games plavoil Saturday resulted as London Combination Urcntlord Arsenal 0. United 3. Chelsea wall 1, Queen's 1'itrk Itangers 1, Clapton Orient 1, Tottenham Hot- spur 1. FuStnm 1. Crystal Palace 1. j Lancashire Section nSackbarn Rovers 4, Kcchdale 2. liolton Oldham 1. Liverpool i, Blackpool 1. Manchester Vnlied 1, Stok Uirselij'tn. Fortvalo 1, Manchester Cily 5. Vreston North End 2, Everlon 1. Southport Central 2, Bury 1. StMkport County 0, Hurnlcy 3- Midland Section Burnsley 0. Bradford 1. DlrminBhain 3, Llticoln City 0. Bradford City '1, Rotherham Coun- ty 0. JIUvldcrsfielcITowft 2, Sheffield nesday 1. i Hull City Not (stores t 0. i Xotfs County 3. Grlmshy Town 1. Sheffield United 1, Leeds City 0. Coventry. 1, Leicester Fosse 0. FLYING CIRCUSES TO BOOST VICTORY LOAN March (lying circuses ot British, Trench auc I'nitcil States aviators in the Stntd> :md fiipturctl German Fobkui Iilr.nes wilt lour the Tnltcd Stutes ic conticctioii vviih the Victory camiialKii. giviiis aerial ehBiu-liattlei and aiTcbafics uvcr 5D JeadJng Amci-1 can to Canada not less than which a considered here at' any rate a ro- niarkable achievement, considering all circumstances. Chivalrous Treatment of Girls Sir "Thomas read a further cable from Sir Edward Kemp stating OH! BOY! Tim's what you ivitl say when you see your next retread, It It's iMDC Jhu "DRI KURE" WAY .Your tiro will bo liuiJt up with the Ijest ol fresh material nml v ill rocpivc by curing in our new Rib mold o design anil ndslt that must please tti-j most exacting. Ritchie's Vulcanizing ma laiii si. s. ODD. EiHion Mild SCOTTISH FOOTBALL Kilmarriock 2, Cteyhank 1. Victory Cup IfamfUcn lr Hungers 5. St. Mlrrcn 2. Olyde .Third Lanark 0, Jlenrls 1... Queens 0, Alrdrieonlane 4. MotherwcU 1, Morion l, Hlbenilan 1, Ayr United 0. Celtic: 3, Albion Hovers 1. Patrick Thistle 2, Falkirtc 0. OLD COUNTHY RUGBY Mar, intey-3cr vice rugby touniament in the old i that the slightest attempt was IT resulted on Saturday as follows: made in the riots to raid the girls') At 23, Ayro Forest 6, At S, South Af- quarters at Kimmel camp and timj tbe girls were treated with the utmost chivalry. In reply to a quesfion by D. D. Mac- Kenrie, Hon. Martin Burrell went Info the strike at the government printing bureau, Tic oxnrflssflrt ihe opinion that in view of all the facts, there was not justification for the strike. It ihe _ men came hack proper consideration would be sive nto anything suggested in the nature of an agreement. He Denies General Charges Hon. Charles Murphy inquired aa to Aether Iho charges regarding Cana- dian medical services made hy Ilrig.- Gen. Smart in the Quebec, legislature had bten called to tho attention of trie government and when an announce- ment jnjgbt bo expected in connection with Hie government's actton. Sir Thomas While said that he had seen the report of what Gen. Smart s were offered which were upon had staled in ,hc Quebcc jcgjsuture. rica 5. in-Bay and'return, open to al! clubs Winnipeg Oil. Hegina on the Great Ibices, were announced) troops. In other cases, palling of fit 2340 have been postponed, four, five Saturday by VEce-Commotlore Walker iGiinn anrl Heglna j cancellations of jsix limes and .such jiostponcments or ips hc and when ommtes nd [quiry heen appointed of the Yacht CluB. date probably will be about the mid-} die of Angus t. causing a 10J3 S vast amount ot i-xlra work In Tc-form- 1017 j ing of Failing parties and reoitcning of a 1010 (documents nnd correction of nominal roufl and Ktcelc, Fillmorc Tapp and Rugconi, Regina Arthurs and Bercotte, Hegina Kulpas and McDactel-', I rolls, Alberta 1003 Delay Reaches Belgium Novice "Delay and cancellations also Itrl Retina to re-arrangcmftnt ot flow oftroopa as Harper. Hesina hack 38 lithium. Men who havo March iated The Bolshevik ad- vangs Into the Ukraine Is assum- ing serious proportions, according to advices from Stanislaus. The objective cf ths BofsheviV: appar- ently ig the old frontier line of Ruisla on the weetr a prob- able diversion toward Odessa. Gen- Petlura's government ia retiring from to kuro, but the battle for the posses- sion of Winritra Is continuing un- abated, No Doubt Your Car Needs Overhauling! WE CAN GIVE YOU SATISFACTION AND GUARANTEE ALL WORK Your car will bo overhauled under thp supfcrrlsioa of our Mat expert, Mr. Sloddan, formerly master mp.chanlc of a 300 car capacity garage In Winnipeg of renown success. CHARGES MODERATE PALACE GARAGE T- H, RAVEN SECOND AVENUE H37 G. H, 3TOODART Muter Mechanic Kegina McCrnary, llegina Arthurs. Kegina Stroud, Fillmore.............. Hollanil, Hegina 510 Woyburn Kulpas, Karons "i04 SVeylnirn itnffart. Regina P'olk, llcgina.................. GranJ George Parley. by Sir Sir Thomas saftl Dial Gen. Smart's statements were "absolutely not found- ed on facts, and not to he depended upon." Kulpas, Baron n O, Khman, Hcgini Holland, ItCRina MrDanicls, JJarntis Retina Harper, Iteglna over here for long periods, hut have not served in the Canadian were embarked for Canada In large number? before March 1. It not upiii this tiatc that any corps troops were em-harked. Men who have served in thfi and who are cas- ualties In Knglantl HO lar aa pflssiblc OTTAWA. March Ottawa collecteil ami drafted Into units j city council last voted for tnak. of corps who zr> to Canada according jinn application lo the Ontario flippftrvsl llaturc fnr authority to'lake over (he "DifficuHif-r. firiso in connection railway afltf a volft ol maintafnlnH; cadies, tlie ratepayers at a (o bo fixoil specially trained or technical psr-! by agreement. Council aUo (Ji mfll rltsirinx to he returned to Can-! to thR inanagcmtnt to Ihe Ottawa aria in tiitir oirk-r of priority and their, jMydro-Klectrlc Commission, which now BIG MEETING POSTPONED KIN'OSTOX, OnU Mar. rro- rr.i-etinK of thri univfers'tlee ath- letic, which was to have been Iielrf here last Saturday, has tiecn poat- MONTA10NA1S WON Mar. the first igame ot a Kcrlca of two matches for the fcup, Vlchera, the cham- of thr- Montreal city league, tvfiro hi-rn on Saturday night, liy thrr Ifjtiil defenders, by r. of 7 io 3, LOWERED SWIMMING RECORD NEW HAVEX, Mar. Yalt relay swimming team lowered tlic world's record, for the 200-yard relay race in the final meet of Die season icre last night, in Tvhich Columbia was defeated, 37 to 17, The time for the relay was The old record es- tablished by Yale two years ago was 1-5. To clean your AutoStrop R azor s i mply put the razor under the tap and wipe it off that's all. Stropping cleaning dont without removing the blade froin the rwor. Strop LOOK! AND THEN THINK! Here are a few of our prices: RETREADS Plain M.OO Groove 1000 Studded, A.W. 10.00 Diamond, A.W. 11.93 All other sizes equally priced, well as any repaired sections. Tire Service Co. Opposite No. 1 Fir- Hall We Don't Fix Radiators We Repair Them Tfae Reliable Radiator Repair Shop George Farquhanon, Prop. Rear "O" The Tailor, U, S. ANDY THE RADIATOR MAN FIFTH ST. S. mm >jy efficient personnel 'manages civic f-lectric plant, rrausftn fllfilcuily. Too much can'riiould the slrtct railway he taken not aai'l on behalf of mon engaged [ovc-r. In this work. well sn staffs in gen- cral, Inclii'llTie tltrks of descrip- CUP FINALS N TORONTO Uons who though anxious to get home In many rasos us much cntltto-.l aa any one to retirn, nro loyally patriotically me Irt doavor to get troops Track. 'Flu Interferes, Too TORO.VTO. .Xfar. Toronfn officials wtil liandlc the firm game in tlio Junior hockey cup ao cn-jMamh, nomln.iled hy tho Movllle, and lit. II. WhltiMc. ihe Varsity school BC- ....._____f __ lection. The game will he of Iho "I can Tint p peak "too' highly of ilen death variety And ttio men who aio patiently find patriotic- j will meet Iho Palriciaa of Keglna in ally carrying on to finals on Wednesday And'Salur- mobViIzo and ftmbark for Can- day nights. For iho Allan cup Kamcs ada, many wlm served for on Tuesday and Thursday, II. lltwllt- and in fr.nijy 'tisen will 'son, of Toronto, ami Ktane, of 1tc last to bo tills work naw bfcftii prtrfttiy 'ho tn- fluc-nxa Al-u ttie work of dc-inobili nation luri he en Interfered Winnipeg, will officiate, Jerry 11 as an alternative. All UirfiC visiting tup. loams prac llced at the Arena here fofby, WILLARD BATTERIES JUST ARRIVED! A BIG SHIP- MENT OF GUARANTEED NEW BATTERIES FOR ANY MAKE OF CAR, AND OUR Prices are Right Get our before chailng ekewhere. Buy a lard and money. 311 TthSLSontk 616. SPECIAL PRICE ON OVERSIZE TIRES For Chevrolet 490 and Ford cars, We are overstock- ed with 3! x4 tires in all makes and wish lo make room for our spring shipments. COME IN AND GET OUR PRICES, IT WILL SAVE YOU MONEY. BAALIM MOTOR Co, BACK OF UNION BANK Leave your name and addreis at our office and we will lend ftv of our 1919 ;