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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 21, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDC.E DAILK HERALD FIUDAY, MAUCH 21, 1919 "BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McManus er PUijKilrk'k of Medicine- Hat. 'Ad- mission witl be fifty cents. A. Muck faulty retched from Crystal City, Man. Mr. Mack will liaadte, tli6 farm of W. W. Smith near hero while Smith himself uus iii ills HvcstcK'K Interests, The Sport Page HAMILTON WINS ALLAN CUP IN OVERTIME MR tasi 10 Will Co-Operate With L. A. A. I A. and Look After Junior Hall During Season Evfrry uiseball Isn v.'fco yeas asked I io be at the orsauiiaUon meeting on J Thursday nsght was there-, nnd-fome- others U was the uealliiiest meeting of baseball Jiiai been beid in Lelfttrfclge for and; if senior and Junior hall doesn't so' tMs it won't oe the fault oC the men bejifnd. The '.'returned were tvell ana asEnrecl the crovrd they out with a .good strong aggregation for the city The following officers of tbe Letti- triage City Basebali League were named: Hon. A. Ruenanan. Presi O-LGreea. ViC6 C. P. Maclean. captain of each .team anil president, rice president and sec- reiary-lrett It is ibst ihe city league consist of four tesras, anJ they organize so as to include all the InterniedCatft players in tke city. Each senior team Trill take their a anil tbe A committee wz.s appointed to draw up a constitution, o! Fred Kenny, C. Osvtee and the preaiden'. A commutes was also namtd lo ineel vrilh Ue central organization.tor the purpose ol cooperating with tbe Central body in Ihe canvass for The comtaittee cons i its of T. J. Si- mons, Dr.' GalHvan, C. E. Brsodow, 0. Green aad C. O Connor. TORONTO, Slareli kirks, west champions, defeat- ed -Hamilton Tigetv, eastern title to here 3ast night in the second Cup e. but were 1 gsal aliori for ibc silverware. UamiJton won the game, G to I, Tlie game veni 10 minutes over- tiinc fcefore- a Oecisioii was reached. i Miss Sanderson, Invalid j For Many Pat- rick's Kntertainnienl [Slow Game But Fairly Close- Academy Trimmed the S. Team GEHNGBUSY Want Names of AH Old in to Get Going (From Our Onrn (From Our Own CorresixwIenO March Patrick's Day was celebrated in fine style at ihe hall of the Roman Catholic cuurch, an entertainment consisting of music, aad a program seldom equalled, was enjoyed by people al this time of the year. After the" program the evening was spent in. dancing up to 1'2 o'clock, when-ail went home with ,'ue impres- TOM Farmers at Junction Town Busy getting On Irrigation Today IITUJW VIIEDBYTll) COULEE N, ;_____ O'uMti Our OKI! SWUNG roUI.KK. fall pi Enow agalu last night reminds us 'that seed time and hardest It -T Widajr evening, of will be a uiasiiucraile ball In Iho halt. week from Friday the school teacher from Half? bringing Ills pupils to a. play, an Kuglish play, "Saxons and Normans." ot our ncojilo who saw this ylay at Haley wore loud In tlieir praise of how creditably llieir youus perfonucrs cd their parts. Mr. J. C. Thompson returned from Pasadena, Cat., last evening, after m six week's visit to Ms father and sis- ler Miss Davis also re I u rned froui her luontb's vacation. Last Sunday Hon. S. M. Nelson ably conducted the Bible claes. This week's lesson is found It) Joshua in- clusive. Mr. Nelson particularly In- vites all to come. Hev. .Mathcsou was unable to jet here on Sunday. Ho had visited dur- ing the week, coming by train. Rev. Sibbald Talks Critically of I'loyer, Government's Scheme For Soldiers Aitisans of ?.Imo5t every, craft'in Winnipeg are making or preparing I their demands for substantial increas- es tn their rates of pny, and the unions are engaged In formulating de- .nds for prcseutallou to their em; (From Our Ovvu WHITLA, March entire RAVMOND, Mar. The basket-1 ball game between Taoer and Ray- mond was one of the slowest, yet clos- est, that lias been played on this floor for a long time. Ivan Harris for was the highest point getter, making 21 out of the 23 points, while Bullock for the same team guarded Walker as he has never been guard- ed Fairbanks played the first half with Raymond and Meldruui the second on the forward line. The Academy and the Public school played' the preliminary gume, the -Academy "Winning H to 7. Tim line- up and score: sion thai St. Patrick not such a old man after all. The decora- lions of the ball were appropriate in every detail. At the Methodist church on Sunday STIRLING, March lleliet Society held their annual celebration yesterday, March I7lh, U the an- family of tieo. Hart, a well and widely niversary of ihe organization of the known farmer ot this district .s re- Womeii'a Heltet Socle tv or the Church t'orlei down with the 'flu. Mr. Hart of Jeans Christ ol Latter Day Saiuls.; has nine- children, the youngest being In the pfternoon an excellent program I but three days old. t i consisting of songs, recitations, read-1 James Mancy, one ol the town's1 lues, was rendered to a goodly popular young.men, who'movcJ sized a idieacc. At five o'clock a tasty with Ms family to Medicine Hat for supper was served by members of the] the winter, is in ijgwi.. anil has Relief Society and was enjoyed by all' rented the house on the Carson place, present. The celebration was brought where he wUl reside for the present. OH! BOY! That's whal you wJll wkea you sco your neit retread, if it's done (he "DRI KURE" WAY Yuur lire will lie built up -with the best of fresh material anU will receive by curing In our new Utb mold a design and finish that must pleaso th-i most cxattins- Ritchie's Vulcanizing 208 13th St. S. Opp. Ellfton Fotlball 2nd baseball are not going to be the only {ports in summer. la- croue ficn4i are busy trying t3- xtir-Ufi the old ".national, summer sthd they hojte to few games during the year. They are very anxious to get the gaftft going here if st all possible, and all old players in the city ta send In their nanwt to Georje Dtxonr Dixon Shtet Metal city. A meet- tng will liktfy be held to i summer program. "BABE" RUTH IS LEFT BEHIND XF.W YORK, Mar. Kuth, leading pitcher anJ batsman of the JJoslon American league team, did not when-It stiled (or Jacksonville, K'a.r on the y.-ay to its training camp at Tampa. Jlath, who has not signed a contract. an engagement here early today lo talk orer terms wiih Harry Frazef, precideat of the club, but did not Seven eihlbition games will be played in lie sooth betirwB Ifce Xew York and Brooklyn Nation- als on tbeir traiataft trips. Charles Ebbetts, president of the Brooklym "clob, sjwouiced.tpclgbt, During Joint stay at Jtcteom- ville the clubs will play seven fanning practice 'games on Tuesdays' Thursdays. Sunday games which had been scheduled for Jadttonrtlle bten cancelled, it was announced. iRolfson, g-0 on, c-4 sen, fO McLean r f-3 'r Nel hnsfen Academy Public School tKimbaU; g-0 Webster, Taylor, g-0 c4 JJ. Bryner, f-G M Ovradenij' H; Public School 7, Tabcr Riymonci Guards BuHocs 0 Buhler i Johnson 0 Romney Pferaon 0 Cealer Forwards Nalder 6 Most of Old Material Available For Coming Season Our Own Correspond put 1 CKAMFIOX. On Monday renirig a mealing of the Athletic HE- soda! ton' was held when the 1919 base- hall team organiwd. H found taat much of the oW material arailalile aod pie procpects for a first class team arc rery good, It Is expected that Champion A ill line! a prominent place on' the ball piap ot the Province tile The tolkw iaf ofrKfra elected: CapUin, Bob Starr; manager, Milt. Moffatt; J. Kyd'J; financial com- f G. Clever and J, Beaoett. As soon as the weather mHtfifr, clears will and all who are fftterested and can play, or hare playing ambHions are invHed to turn out, Eeafon la now a of the pest U 1a hoped that all accounts irHI fee paW fn lull. To do this U will be neceMary for those who liare not come ihroogli with any sub scriptioa ,h w these years. 'The tnneralwa4 held _iri >iacleod pnVThiiratlay alter-, how Saskatchewan and North appreciation of eipectetl home within (he next few rtays. During Ihe progress of a farmers'1 meeting held here a tew days ago, an IEI1N10NIO ..U. F. A. Buty The earls' part o[ last KC6S. Mr. Klott ol ttio United Grain UrowerB and address by Her. Sibbald. pastor ot (he Lawrence Pelerson o[ Barnwell, a dir- Presbyterian church at Whitla with j cctor ot HID U. F. A., visited Stirling reference to the soldier land settle-] i.elil a meoting vs-jlh Iho farmers, ment aucslion was voted by a large; .Mr. Flelt spoke lo the farmers for majority of his hearers, one ol Ihoj Eome time anil showed why It was most' bronl-mintled speeches ever' necessary for the farmers to organize, emanating from tho tips of a minister He also traced the growth and nevel- of the gospel, opment of Iho United Farmers of Al-j ncv. Sibhald, himself a returned t berta from the time the movement rinlcnlcd the so-called gener- until Ihe present time. Many 03iiy 0[ the goveroracnt in offering ANDY THE RADIATOR MAN 418 FIFTH ST. Uniform Set of Rllld for benefits derived through Ihe yrorti and relumed soldier. In the guise of Cup Important TOHO.XTO. Mar. (he Influence o[ Ine U. F. A. Trere pointed gratuilr in opportunity horciload; out as reasons why tbe farmres should ico acres of raw prairie, vlicn the support the organization. I Mme opportunity WB long before'. AtKr the meeting a number of far- war ,tartetl. He referred to Ihe: raers ioineil the organ iza I ion. Many offer of tke nrovincc ot Ontario lo re- of the farmers were diianpoiriled fa turned men lo homestead in Northern I -TOUiDO, Fred flioma of Chicago, tact tide of champioris of the.lwo-mea.djfiifaD of the cpajreas atan Amatour Hockey having Pre.ident Wood prtsent, Ontario. Tie said he was! null meeting held here ycstertUr, a! Wa5 eipected. Director, ;Uwrence from Ontario wxj spent soma lime beiottiie lirst since, a nnilonn Pelerson. however, promised, that if in M lo 'clear land enough for future-Allan cup could secure a membership of to make i ta Ontario tests were adopted. Tie association seventy-five, he would use hia influence He had only pi 11 for raan soldier look over the supirrtsion of the ,o get Mr. Wood here at some future or civilian, whe went into the bush of junior .churr.pinnihii, of dale. The local has high hopes of Northern Ontario with the Intention of clearing land enough to afford him a livelihood In farnlnE. He wondered Where tbe money would come'from to provi'le necessities for the aotdfet dur- iuc luisj nain nigJi iiuires ui ed to form alliance the United securing (he required number of mem- hockey lioard, elected otficerl berg, for noil tear ant cleared op Important matters that hare been fire tor Borne ttrae The Tilk Irritation A meeting of the tlnlted Farmers been callctl for Friday afternoon. ing the years he was cutting brush on cfn.an to adopt the 0. H. A. Those Interested in the Wj Irrigation !.hjs ptace In an cffm-l (n a farm rules for future Allan cup games Urojecl havn been asXed to be Thriadies of the Altar society o< ed very popular. when they failed at the icrt. TheiCMctto paJr Tl9S in the three games, collected 378, .359 and 455. TfjJrria liad1 the larger' (Atal of the paif with 626, scoring i2T. In his (ir.-t game, falling to 1CS In middle BUHng and coming with 251 In ui jiu the final. Steers had 191 and 221 reprerentln? the west and the I for the, SSC total. _ 0. ,r. A, mcmor 'As the lowtsl figure in the list ofjil Hie CanaiKan rlismplonshlp, lias for tho spring work. Krom first 10 Is 1194, the former cliarxplons adopted a uniform age limit. Ihe sanvi all a heavy acreage will be as used In the 0. II. All hranches; seeded in this district. Another way championship, the Abbott cup of presented 0. If. A. memorial cnp carrying ivi'b-i jhe farmers in thlt district aro busy as represcnlatlve's from a nurahcr will give an entertainment at arch 25. several songs will be rendered by home lalent. Tho feature of the evening's entertalii- mett will he an address by Kcv. Path- The ajsociatlon. vrHch, In (he south towns will be present and Kmtgn't hall on Tuetday Mi fill laXe care ot tbe Canadian junior., matters pcr'alnlng Irrigation will Two one-att comedies and Expect Acreage failed to get into the select class. Sensational howling continued today feature of the toanrnment. Frank Caruana or Bulfalo, was the best bar.'l-, cr of the- day, eair.erinz 636 in Ms! "arch I. sinslw, MS in his .BMSsSctiewan lia must complete ihelr schedules of showing that the people are nol while bowline with Ihe Schwab N'o. 11 the president lor ni-xt omf Ills work him lo B- of Knsk'aioon, was lha popular choice. ft. Granger, at Monlreal. vice-president.; arranged for next 20 and have, a winner ready to discouraged with this part of. Alberta. samcs nol later tlian-l There born to Mr. and Mrs. 'il.Ioseph Davis, on Friday a daugh- Hie honor of setter. team lijst night. the top In all wilh 1925. JOHNSON'S MANAGER OFFERS WOWO TOR A RETURN MV Mar.: Loui.1 Andrade. who U taking .Tack Johnson, the negro heavyweight to .Mexico for several bouta, saul last nighl that hi; will guaranlc-o Jess.Willard, jbe he weiglit chanjplon, ling eipt-nses if Wlturo will t return fight and (ravel- KING GEORGE WILL PRESENT HOWINO TROPHY LONDON', Mar. year's 'Allan tup gumes. Baskatchfii Is cffleislly annOTlnccd by.the-Henley wan anrl Tlnimler Hay champions cnmmlltte liial'King meet in games al Winnipeg. Ihjj has promised to prettnl a trophy for ILlllBDl ARRIVEOI A BIC SHIP- MENT Of OUAftANTCEO NEW FOR ANY MAKE Prices are Right C-t our bfforc far- chaalni tlMwhera, i Wll- lard and Mve 311 winners to wnci Manitoba cliamijt ions al In hoc will play champloni! twrf, games in Torcmlu provWcd Ihe Tigerij defend lho Allan cup. The -winners Hie wwlcrn fllrninatlon series. ,fiM', comt- easl and play ilirt A'lla'n' cup al< Igalnst (ho vtrnie.pt of lho 0.' if. aU (ho and Quehec etrles. an olgfat'oare.'l raoc. Tho event will he ojren to crcwi of aervfcc men representing any and their Dominion, torale, which raised d (nation I d protcc: i eipeiii- Ifotiary force. The commllteii decid- ed lo acr.ept any or for- eign entries this year, In events allied forces. I This Week Only GOLIATH GUARANTEED SPARK PLUGS Chmelet and Only. BAALIM MOTOR Co, Of UNION Ltne your and at our efflce and we tt.nt ;