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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 25, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THR LF.THRRIDGR DAILY HERALD MARCH 25, UP FATHER By: G. McManus will uuderlske lo wrrlco two years lu iiou-Kuglish Of- (rids; a tour and a moutU summer course at lad university, free ol charge-, to all soldiers kid uot completed their education wUoii they enlisted; and extension ot thv .trJl school courses for soltiiois U> Include tl.V. sons au.V dati'iMera of dlera ulio vim killed or died over seas. COMMITTED ON MUMDEM CHARGE VICTORIA, (or trial uu a charge ct In- stantly killing Fred Man RolU, U. I'., Arthur Aulon present n his way lo tlio Oikalla prison tarm under tho escort o( a provincial con- stable. JAMEb I WAHT fOU TO FROIA 1 The Sport Page GAME FOR SEAM Major Leaguers Now Busy Ironing Out Ail The Kinks gue basebaij squads representing IS new? Flor- vl the 15 cities composing the Nation-1 Wa ho'st tne training atb- sl and American circuits are now live.squads Quartered vith- will 'be in tielr spring training camp t in .its Georgia is. nexf with within lhVnexi: few days.' The'afier-i three clubs; Texas third with two, math ot the world war is apparent while California, North Carolina. In- eten this early in the baseball season j diana' and Louisiana will each be grac- iK Ike plans of the various clubs. ed by one group of lolling ball beav- For tbe first time in many years j ers. two teams will attempt to condition The complete list of big league players on tbe home thus saviss j-traicing campi follows: OOLFERS TO MEET SEATTLE. March j games to their opponents' On Thursday evening city will bold their meeting. Every golfer Seattle Metropolitans, champions of t [be tbe Pacific Coast hockey league, today t !he looked forward to a third victory and the world's championship.- Last night the locals won tbeir second victory, j defeating .Montreal Canadiens, T to 2, annual should mmm _j heavy expense incidental lo long trips to the south, or .west, a> a time whca railroad f arts and Hotel charg- es are considerably above normal. In this regard the- experiment of- -the Philadelphia Americans and the St. Ijouis Xationals vrfll be watched with more than casual interest by tbe ciub owners of other'combinations with the idea of adopting the plan should it be demonstrated lhat satisfactory results cau be, achieved on tbe club diamond at under the palms and SO-degree temperature. Ot tbe not yel reached ttii.condusmo but tour win SCOH ot their training period ttoe, two Chicago 'teams rerlaic'lut year's National League -Team. 1919 Camp. Fla. Ga. Cal. Texas. X. C, West Baden, Ind. Fla- Louis, llo. American League Fla. Wells, .Texas. Orleans, La. Ga. Pa. Antonio. Texas. gusta, Ga. victory lasl night. It was Ihe fastest and also tbe roughest game of the three. Playing under western seven- man rules, the locals excelled in com- bination play and team work. The visitors, however, fought bard. Xo! once did they cease their attacks. SEATTLE BOWLERS AHEAD VANCOUVER, March bowiers broke away iu front at ,lhe opening of the seventh annual tourna ment ot the Northwestern Internal ional Bowling Association at Ih Pender alleys last night. Rube's Cafe quintette from Seattle, with a count of 2739, finished and the N'ew Rich- mond Holel learn, also from Seattle, wilh 2639 came second. TAME SEATTLE, March r, decided advantage in every de- partment of play in.the third came of the world's hockey Ertries, Seattle "ths Canadiens tonijlil by a score of 7 to 2. The game was under western rules. The fourth game, and the last of the series if Seattle wins, will be plr.wd Wednesday niobt, under eastern rules. Old Country cores; LOXDOX, Mar. Eng- ciub at the meeting tbe invitation, pledging lhat the club would Possibility He May Come Out Banquet and All That Goes With PROVINCIAL GOLF TOURNAMENT TO BE HEl-D IN CAPITAL At the meeting' Alberta Golf1 association, held in CiJsary, the first meeting of the ass'bciatkm sinta 1914, It vras decided to hold the Alberta provincial zolf. championships in Ed- monton on August 28. 29, 30, and Sep- tember I (Labor day) ...next. -Julian Of Retirement and Box Coast Man in North It Eajoyri By the Tmndlers CAi-GARY, Jiar. now seems Letehbridge bowlers practically certalQ thai Clonie Tail. lightweight wound up the season last nisht with a champion of Canada, will de.'end bis baaquel in the Alberta Orill, about title, end there is a possibility that forty being present. It was some tie malch will be staged al wind-up, too. Mine Host once on April 10. upon a Arkansas was sill'. It is understood that "Kid" Sealer'a desert-was a bowler hicisUt. and and Bob McDonald have just abont he Xnew without asiing bowlers cloMd with Tail, for a title contest, liked. And they got it. The piece de The champion, fo it "is said, wauled reslslance was a huge cake, fashioned no decision affair, but was liven to in the shape of an up-to-data honest to that It would be for a da- goodness alley, with pins oil sc. and cisHm or not at all. the bonl materialize, it will be for fifteen tne tails In the rack. rounds. Just who will be Tail's opponent is After trundlers had all perform- ed r.t a 259 clip or better, President Ted Derrlcotl took Inc. chair and songs yet undecided, bnt wiiflikely be Harry and stories in order._ A.derson lays claim to the lille- and wiiwers, who aimplj MI bis hai every right should Tail make his (errai unreasonable. Anderson has On Ihe whole il was a filling wind- had 'six boats with George Ingle. He up of the bowling season In years, won two, lost one and ttiree wont to a and aajnrt well for a bigger and bet- dnw. Therefore be (has more right, ter ona next winter. to a title bout wilh Tail than Ingle. on tbe grounds resulted as follows: London Combination Chelsea i, Tottenham Hotspur 1. Arsenal 3, .Westhani United 1. Crystal Palace 2, Brentford 3. Slilwall Athletic 1. Clapton Orient 1. Queeus Park llangera 0, 1. Hlackpoo! 5, Soutaport Central 0. Barnley Stoke 2., Bury 0, Manchester 3. Everton 3, Rochdale 1. Manchester City 1, Qolton 2. Oldbam A. 1, Preston Xorthend 2. Burslem Portvale 3, Blackburn H. 1. Slockport County 2, Liverpool 1. Midland Section Grimtbylown 1, 1- I.eeds City 3, Hull City 2. Xotts Forest 1, BIrmlnghan: 3. llatherham County S, Barnsley 2. Sheffield Wednesday 0, Sheffield United 2. Northern Union Brougbtcn 11, Widnes 2. Hull 8, Yorl; 0. 1 15, Baltley 0. Rochdale 6. Oldham 0. Salford 2, Warrington j. Ewlnton 5, Leigh 5. Halifax C, Wakofleld 3. St. Helen-0, St. Helen's Recreation 6. Scottish Soccer League GLASGOW. JIar. are (he resulls of scheduled Scottish lea have.Us full IS-hole course ready for the tournament. The scheduled events are as lows: Amateur provincial championship, 32 to qualify at IS boles, medal First 16 to continue at match play. Second 16 to continue at match play i in consolations. Open championship, 35 holes, meda! play. Team matches, four men on a team Eighteen holes medal -play. The qualification round of the amaleur championship v.iil count in this com- j petition. j Ladles' championship conditions to be arranged. made by the United Stattt and af- fects the Tetchen coal fieldi, to which both the Poles and Czecho- are laying claims. BOLSHIES REACH BROOY BERNE, March Bol- shevik army which is on'iU'way to Hungary has reached Brody, according to the news re- ceived here, Brody is a city In northeastern Galicia, about 50 east of During the. first two yeari of the wsf Brody WES fre- quently the scene of hard fighting between the Russians, Germans and Austrians. GAINS STRENGTH VIENNA, March dispatch lo the Neue FrTe Press.: declares that-ill the non-Socialist parties in Hungary will support the :iew government for the reason, it is that it had decided to act against the entente. The rural population is reported to have gans over to the communists. GERMAN AUSTRIA AFFECTED PARIS, March The condi- tions in Hungary have affected German-Austria. Advices to the American peace conference iJtlegitts from private agents In Vienna indicate. Ihs existence.of a, threatening state of, affairs thVre. -.'L.-' One of these agents who has just come from Vienna reported J that even the date hai been fixed for some time in April for the transformation of the existing government into a soviet govern-' ment.'which will cooperate with the government of the soviet. Allied Missions. _ _ towns, tlu-y will bb ar-: ranged in groupj of threes and leach-1 crs employed two ;i week spend- j ins their time auwnE the three towns. For this purpose Iho province will fifty per cent for equipment up to'a maximum of UfOO nnd fifty per cent of salaries and travelling cxpra- j ses of each Icacber up lo a maximum i of {1005. 'This is wholly an ment. snid ttie minister. Third, all oilier grade schools eluding village schools, consolidated j schools and smaller towns, the lira vincc- will pay far fifty per cent of Ino technical equipment up to a ir.axl-1 mum ut IS50. and In the cases oi teachers who have takon tho EUinnier school courses of technical education' at the university, will pay .1 bonni 350 to iach such teacher hnving spec- r iiil (luallticallons and doing such I in these schools. Rural Teachers' Homes The problem of residences for tench- crs in rural districts, tho government proposes to deal with by a. grant of one-third of the cost o! constructing I OH! BOY! Thai's ivhat you will say when you sco your nexl retread. If it's done Ilic "DRI KURE" WAY Your tire will be built up with the tost of fresh new material ami wlH receive by curing In our new Rib mold a design and finish llmt must please most exacting. Ritchie's Vulcmiziag ma isth si. s. Oft. Edison MINI LOOK! AND THEN THINK! Here ire a few of our prices: RETREADS Plain W.OO Groove 10.00' Studded, A.W. 10.00 Diamond, A.W. 11.00 All other sites equally priMd, n well its any repaired sections. Tire Service Co. Opposite No. 1 Fir- suitable residence! for tbe teachers provided It is built lu accordance with plans- prepared by the department and at a cost not less (ban also j that a minimum of ten acres of land be provided Instead of Ihe present two acres. tills 'iiouirc; feature li not ir-mpulsory' c'n'diili Ictu excepl where i Ihe isc can proceed with the work. Aid'vYn Tir-nsporUtlon Tc aid. tr.iriijpor.at'on so consolidat- ed schools, the roverumenl in addition la usuil grant, o.' J1.50 r" day j fur conveyance, wii; t-'lve an adJHIenr.l fl per day whtrft au approved motor convtyance Is eir.ji'Ojed. To encourage large school dislricls ,_ ,and (he-building of Iwo room schools, .PAHIS, March 2s.- (Associated sonmmmi proposes lo giVe a reports from Buda- j doIlWe t (or (no seconj teacher's pest slate- lhat allied missions there s ,hat fm inslcail aro debating Hie advisabiljly of Icav- to Wiy ocr cent of Iho ing and that .the 'disarmament of second French troops in the city is being con- sidered, Order prevails and no injury has as yet been done foreigners. Martial l.iw has been declared and the dealh penalty has been prescribed for armed resistance to the for robbery and looting. A One of 5.000 crowns baa been fixed for the sale ot alcoholic liquor and a fine of 1.000 crowns for drinking it. Two British are reported lo have arrived at Budapest. Other British We Don't Fix Radiators We Repair Them The Reliable Radiator Repair George Prep; "D- The Tailor, Mh at. S. and in addition, to provide a day for transportation in. Such a larger same as ra'a..con-'i soliiiatcd school district. Aid Soldier Teachers Other additional educational raclli- lies Trill Increased expendilure for nlghl schools, especially In the non- Bnglish1 speaking districts, free train- ing courses for teachers, at tho sum- mer school'in the university', who' The Ross-Carsor. bonl at Edmonton is creating considenrble InUrwt and many local enthusiasts intend witness- ing H on Friday night. CHICAGO TEAM AT PASADENA VANCOUVER WANTS 'SPIEL VANCOUVER. March ver curlers who are organizing for 3. short season after skating and hockey closes at the local arena want 25 more enthusiasts, or the projected nonced lasl night after an executive mMlipg had been held. There arc expenses in connccllon wilh a bouplel on artificial ice and 100 curl- en are needed to make il a success So 75 hare enlkted. ______.......______ Tiiero will also be other events, such j anti French vessels are. near at hand. i as driving, putting and approaching! British patroicoat was seized by ccmpeliiions, details of wbicb will, IDC authorities, but was returned with settled totcr. japolog'es bv tbe government. II will bo tbe first provincial golf I lt rumors that Hungary [fiurnanieut in five years. ras declared war -on Rumania. Czechoslovakia and Jugo-Slavakia are extremely doubtful- Fear For Rumania PARIS, March delegates to the WHO SAID BASEBALL PASSES? Bible Authority Shows All Wrong, All Wrong After WM'A'S Practice Cubs Will Take en Games PASADBXA, Chicago Na- tional Leagos baseball team arrived here Saturday tor spring training Tbe following IS men made up tbe r'rty: Vaughn, Tyler, 'llerWe. Hollocher. Paakert, Douglas, Hack, Carter, Deal. Barber, Aldrldge, Weaver, O'Farrcll, Charles Pick, also members ot toe I Cubs .were already here. After a week of team practice Ihe Cube, will begin a series of game? with the Los Angeles and Vemon it reported that wolves are ouile ieitnj of the 'Pacific Coast league and plcallful in the vicinity ol Northfield. older clnba In California. gue foolball games, played Saturday on the grounds of the first mentioned clubs: who arc Parllck Thistle 0, Airdriconians 1. passport. Ayr United 1, Hangers 1. Ccitlc 2, Queen's Park d. Hamilton Academicals 1, Ciydcbank 3. Hearts 3. Clyde 0. Falkirk 1, .Motherwell 3. SI. Mlrren 2. Dumbarton D. Third Lanark 4, Hibernians 2. Kllmarnock 0. Morton 1. SCOTLAND TRIMMED IRELAND JIar. de cated Ireland by ih'e .score of 2 o I In an cup game Sat- urday. South Africa Beat Canada LONDON, Mar. Ae socialed services rugby match' between South Africa and Can- ada at Swansea resulted In a win for Ihe former, 31 points lo 0. In Ibis merry season the big league secretaries arc making up their an- nual pafis lists. Many are the applt- _ cations they receive, but few are tboso favored with Ihe mystic Tlierc is a lure about a iaas to a bally park Ibat few resist The millionaire who could buy out he gronnrtB is never ?o happy as when ho can (lash something cost him nothing and amble Into Ihe Nc Dodrt Yw Car Needs Overhauling! WE CAN aivi vou AND GUARANTEE ALL WORK Yoir 'will overttuled under Ibe able supervision of ou: cklef eipert, Hr. Stoidart, forreerly msstcr mecbaaic of a 300 car cftacltr same I Wloniptir of renown success. MODERATE PALACE GARAGE AVENUE 1S37 C. H. STODDART Mitettr peace conference took a pessimistic view loday ot the siliialion in (heir country, Poland and Rumania, and aid lhat Ihoac regions were likely ta 30 affected by tbe Bolshevik revolution in Hungary. "Wo sail one delegate, Inat In view of Ihe geograph'ic situation of Ihcse countries, their resistance lo Ihe spread of Bolshevism may be broken and that the Bolshevik! may over-run ccnlrnl Europe. The Hungarian, rev- Hold clear of charge. Curious psy- not only 2E oitenslon chologyl Hack in the- Bible times the of uolslievlk movcmcnl to the Annio Oakley habll' evidently was Vienna, Oucliarest and nel- known, If ive may Judge -from llic; grade, bill an alliance botwctn the following liibllcal citations taken from j anj Hungarian (hi New York I'cnlral -Magazine. "Perhaps the Anstiian and German A. B. C. MEET IN PEOHIA 1920 Robert Brown cf Louisville 13 Re- elected President TOLKDO, Ohio. The American llawHng congress will bold Us 1020 tournament In Peorla, III., il was u'e cfdcd at Ibe annual meellng of the rongroas held In connection with the tournament In progress here. Tho prize list, representing for win- j nera In the national tournament In Toledo, was presented by Judge How- ard to Chicago, Tho congress re-elected as presi- dent liobcrt Brown of Louisville. Abe Langtry of Milwaukee, remains secretary and I'ardeloup of Chi- cago EIS treasurer, having been In- stalled for a ID-year lorm at (lie To- kdo loumamcnt in which may prove a solacn ,10 Ihosfl who fail to receive annual passes this soacon: Thou ?hall nol 31, 52. I'aail nol Kings 6, 9. Ho can not U, 5. They may not pass- Psalm. 104, Xone shall 34, Id. Xo man may H, 15. The wicked shall no more Nabum 1, 15. ,Vo shall The unclean shall nol 35, 8. There shall be no strangers Joel 3, 17. This generation Khali not pass. Malt. 24. 31. They who v.ould can nol. Luke 10, Though IFiey roar, yet can they not 5, 22. Hul flic nimplc on and are 21'. 3. Suffer nol a man to 3, 28. So ho paid the fart; and went. Jonah 1, 3, fjo iir.sl do thou Lu Socialists may he Involved. "A political and military offensive probably will bo director! first against Poland Itumania and then against CzecliO'Slovakia, The turn ot the ugo-Slavic union will come next. In hat ovcnl Iho armies of l.enlne nti'l ils allies would have only to cross ugo-Slav territory to Invade western Jnropc." The tlelegalca ilerlvo from Oils PII alien an argument in favor of lhi> ecognllion of Ihe Jugo-Slav'nallon a means of strengthening tho authorily inii presllgo o( thai govftrnment. ATTACKED RUSSIAN POLICY I'AP.IS. Marrh -ar-Marcel cacliliti and Paul Ixiffont, SMlallsl members I of the chamber of made a vlgnroiia attack ycsltrday on liio eov- ernmenl'3 policy toward..RiisRla and urged Ihe'wllhilrawal ol French (roopn from lhat connlry. Stephen i'lchon, forftlgn minister, and fxwls mln- Isler of flrinnce, present during Ihe The gntwramonl Is on- picled lo reply today. Stropping re-aligns the edge and Ijrings the blarfn-back to its original keenness. Stropping lhavin without rcmormg Made from razor. 12 ANDY .THE RADIATOR MAN 4W-FIFTH ST. S. WillaM SIATION MOTORISTS The driving season Is drawing near. Have us call and examine' your battery. g Wo are. equipped with all re-' pairs u> meet reqnlremeirls of ill ballerlcs. _- I Don't tic your car up becaaw your Battery la 'will renl you one at jrnsJI CMt whilo your own Is charged. have a full Bripply of new batlerien on hand. Get'our prices before purcbaalng uiaewhere, 311 7th St Soaft Phone 616. TRUCKS and SERVICE Go Together With We.'caVry pails for our cars and trucks in our own This js irpporlanl, consider it well before buying a truck i BAALIM MOTOR Co. BACK OF UNION BANK your >nd Kldrcts M our office and we will yw our 1319 ;