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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 20, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBRinGE DAILY HERALD TIIUISOAY, MAUCIl 20, "BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. Me Manns THIb VM.6T I 15 COIN'TO' N- BOT YOUR tW WD if IUST TAJ 1 FM 011V THF1 V COM MUbT HAME. tVM.UEH OUT THE.' I FOOHO THEM THE JUST f URGE BUDGE! MmcU In the house ut commons toduy on second reading of lue appropriation Mil. (.ieorge iJinbert. former sccoud assistant civil lord uf (he admiralty, said lhat there were Ivra budgets thla year aggregating ami that if this sum were to bo raised by t ait 3 it would mean 15 sli ill iota in Die puund Income lax and tbo doubling of Hie duties on lea and sugar. The fhatu'cllor ul ULO exchequer, the member added, would linvo to iesort to burrowing. He appealed to the gov- ernment to bit reaoluto in restoring Elio export trade unhindered and un- i-heckeJ by any "absurd government The Sport Page i INGLE DEFEATS ANDERSON IFBRB.B.LEAO! That is Expectation and Decid- ing Game lie Played Off Here VANCOUVER. March With the defeat of Harry An- derson by George Ingle night, the latter claims ihe lightweight championship of Canada and challenges Clonie Tait, of Toronto, to a fight, pre- ferrably in Vancouver. Stiriins basketballers won [rom.Ta- nar on Tuesday night at Taber, by a score of 30 16 10. It iras one ot the oest games yet seen on the Taber, floor, and there is every evidence that nen winter Taber will hare a team I that will be hard to beat. Following is the liue-up Taber Harris Harris Peterson Johnson Bullock Stirling f- i Vic Spackman Venion Spaceman A. Mlc'EeJson K. SpacXman tlast half) Taber L'O; Stiriins SO- Chic EdwardstlreferEe. The title of Al- berta winch, at tine stage of the pro- .looked like easy money, for Stirlinsv has developed into a1 hard- bailed tight' between Stirling and Ray- mond. Each team has lost ona game, and that was to the other. Bach won on its own floor. Ton schedule will he over this wees, when each tesml will have played cry other team twice and the stand- ing of. Raymond and Slrline will he: TV. L. Pel. Stirling.............. 7 1 .S75 Raymond............ 7 1 Of course, there's a chance that on? of ihe teams might ytt :be defeated during tbe rest of the schedule but no or.e this. about breaks even on aud losses for the season. Should the league end in a tie fee- iween Raymond and Stirling they rill play oft on the Lethbrldge floor, and j It will be well worth watching. AVe j two aggregations best in the province, Kdtnonton "chaai-! pione" not birred. 1 Stirring Up Strikes and Other Disorders to Camouflage Peace Conference WASHINGTON, lliirch (CONTINUED FROM FRONT" 1'AUE) New Companies Formed In liilS, said -Mr. Cote. SOU licenses to new companies had been issued, representing a total capitalization of and the notable point was lhat tho large majority were ready to begin immediately, not awaiting the sale of stock after incorporation. Mr. Cote advocated the appointment of a fire commissioner to establish differ- Britain, France and tlie United States.; ent regulations in different sections of it was learned today trom official j the province -for tho clearing_of lanu are somewhat anxious over by tire, a system Poses as Champion and on t tronj the that groups ior the aorta country'. !vhlch he advocated of Bulgarian agitators, said to be act- ing apparently with official sanction, arc stirring up industrial and agrarian Meet Either Noyt or An- derson, in Round I That Geofjt Pacific Coast lightweight 'cham.olon.' Is anxious to meet either Johnny Noye or Harry in April In a ten round mill was shown by. a wire from him last night, sent from Tommy Burns' camp at Van- couver, Inglti however, cannot come for April 4th, he is sched- to bOK-ln on that cite. He April 10 or 11 for the date of here. Arrangementi now depend an whether Johnny Noy-, the St. Paul lightweight can be secured for tXst ista-bnt Mr. Brown, trie local promoter, beljevts this will be pouibk. Noy: will reach Cal- gary on Saturday and will have with Mm Mike Collins, the fam- ous manager who formerly had Mike Gibbons under his wing. J and pour in- frequent occurrence anil it .vice anent the i thai iti nearly every install 'championship- Isn't setting him any I conference would be ledI i money tor the simple reason that no Mr. Marshall went al great length intn tht .Hubjeci. of t'io work of llic BRITISH TO CONFER WITH LETTISH GOVT. WASHINGTON, March rival of x Brlflih1 LI- bau with a British having military anrf political povner to oneh relations with the Lettish govcrnmtnt, was announced today in official quoting the Lettish preys' bureau. Prince Adolf Friedrieh, of Mecklenberg, li reported tot offered the Baltic crown. fairs, Hcrr minister ot agricultural tonoals. drawing much agric.ulwre. llerr StcitiOii; minister ot applause whon lit victlareil that tho mtlllary affairs. Hcrr of cslzbllshine Bmall sciiools which would bring instruction nearer Hcrr Kraudendorffcr and Hcrr tint- the students, raliier lhan a big con- crlltner wcru mornbers of the late Ural Institution, had proved complete- I'remler government. Montreal crew displayed enough; 5. Among the latest petillonorn In hockey last night to convince Ihe 3.SOO favor of the resumption was the lirws- speclalors that the Invaders aro still I making Industry, which declarer! that real, live contenders for the race menu were cf the greatest title, despite- their trouncing at tbe 1 lo It, as avfoniing the hands of (he weslcrn champions. [means of launching new fashions. pearfid with tha Ehowlng of Kegina, declared that the Winnipeg 1 lliey would have made a much better show- )nt." (ikhf: "PalrlcJns are a greatly overrated team, ami It was a pity that they came auch a long way and nlso al so much expense to he beaten so The WorM: "The westerners ivern outclassed in every department." MURDERED HER BABY KIX08TOX. March .Mrs. Thompson, of Kcnnobnc, was this morning committed for trial by Mag- ly succesefnl. agricullar. yl Fchooh, he saM, had more students (nan the Wg ecnools of Saskatchewan, Ontario and the school at Montreal combined. No Tuition Fees In reply lo questions from Capl. No Doubt Year Car Needs Overhauling! WE CAN GIVE YOU SATISFACTION AND GUARANTEE ALL WORK Yoaf car will be overhauled under the supervision of our chief eiperl, Mr. master mechanic ot a 300 car capacity !n Winnipeg n! renown success, CHARGES MODERATE PALACE GARAGE T. M, HAVEN SECOND AVENUE 1837 C. H. STODDART 'Matter Mechanic i.strale Karrcll on the charge of mur-iK. Iv. CapbeM Rocky Mountain tiering her two old baby. House, F-pcaker declared emrhntl Cunnell, who made n post morlem of TIO fees were chargcrl at the iKJJy of stated that, it the schools There wcro no entrance had been siiffocateil (jy n hanflkftrchlcl .eaamlnaHons, aurf no fiifffon was teln8 stuffed in Ha mouth. Two stiidcnls while atttniling ihe nurses Identified the body aa tho child of >irs. Tliornpaon. MONTAGNAIS WIN CUP Monday evening next bowfers participated In the very suc- cessful Five Pin League, won by the Cltrki, will hold s, banquet in ihe Alberta Grill. This has been decided by the committee named to make The banquet will be a daily affair and a fitting wind-up (w a schools. The only correspondenct: course WBB nne In poultry-raising, which operalctl from lhc depart- ment office. Olplomas ol praclica] _ agriculture granted when stn- 'Mar, the seconrt denla passed the examination, hut no and final match of the scries for the charge was marte for them, KitT.patrick cup, Montagnats, the local dofcndcra, defeated VichtTa, of Mont- laal nifjhv by a score of to lr making tho lolal ol the series 10 to 4 in favor of Montagnala, LEWIS DEFEATS ROLLER U March 20. claimant o' (he h Stranger Roller In two siraight falM'at Sohmer J'ark last night. The first fall wan the result of a bold and tho second from hold. a scissor bojy MANY MANITOBAN9 WANT DIVORCE WINNIPEG, March to a statement attributed lo of- ficial of tho attorney-general's depart- ment today, several hundred patents now await Iho courts if the privy council sustains the decision Inat Manitoba courts havo the power to decree absolute divorce, Thn Illness of AUorncy-dcneral T. H. Jchnson, it stated, in delaying Iho sanding of Deputy Altornoy-Gen tral J, Allen lo London lo conduct Iho case for Iho province. ANDY THE RADIATOR MA 418 FIFTH WILIARD mm JUST ARRIVED! A BIG SHIP- MENT OF GUARANTEED NEW BATTERIES FOR ANY MAKE OF CAR, AND OUR Prices are Right Get our quotations before chasing elsewhere. Buy a Wit- lard and 311 7th St South Phone 616. I This Week Only GOLIATH GUARANTEED SPARK PLUGS 75c Each, or Four for Chevrolet and Ford Sizes Drily. BAALIM MQTOR Co. BACK OF UNION BANK Leivt your and address at our office and we will you 4ur ;