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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 27, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PACK SIX TUB LKTHBKUKiK DAILY ttKKALU THURSDAY. MAMCH 27.-I919 'BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McManus I OOrV'T THINK. IT'S TOO WO Tt> WRIT E DO-WN VMW XOU W.ST TO I HEWS -AND WAN rt T HE I vfcRO V KIN -1PC1.C I THIS 15 A SWEL WE AHE TO so I VANT TO KEEP OOlET EA.T1M1 IT wan YOOR VEIL, Off. The Sport Page Seattle and Montreal Battled 80 Minutes Without a Score SEATTLE. March and Montreal fought an 0 lo 0 draw here tonight in tbe fourth game of the world's championship 'Stid life SMH- cup. Twenty pvrrtime was played without a score- The game wc.s under essieru rules, the home rules ol the visitors. Despite the .handicap. Seattle fought the Flying of defease, 'with an occasional FIVE TOW FOR Frenchmen ai their own game to a standstill. Story of the Game SEATTLE, and Montreal stage! one of the greatest battles in iiockey history last night, irht-n the rival teams guardians 'preside over stron it bids, that nol one tally wad i registered during the entire match. The game was the roughest of the) Penalties were frequent on j both sides, but Joe Hall, the Montreal I defense man. drew the ire ot the fans by. his rough checking. "Bad" Jot they call-bim back east, anrt the Seattle spectitors'wil! admit that he is well Tiro Seattle players are nursing injured, ankles from- Hall's Walker had three stitcVes taken above his eye as a re- suit of of Hall's lunges, and every thrills from the start until tbe finish member of the Seattle club is marked Starts on Good Friday AVill Have Two Teams U v v i GOLFERS TONICHT Golf (or the season will Jjo I given a ride oft tbe first, lee when tlio members of the local club meet touigbt in the j Y.M.C.A. to elect officers and transact the regular business t nandhe "nnM- "e C" Canblgn Reports Shortage Developments Show Town's Nears Completion (From Our Own Corrvporidcni) Mar. recejit lorms have bten quite mild bul are making the farmers hunt for hay. "We have a few inches pi snow on the tbrcugh the'eitra periods lo a score- lens tie. The game, was brlstlitjg with and irben thu whistle ended the. play, tic players dropped to the ice 3n ei- hhuatfon. hardest played game in hockey waf the exclamation of League President Frank Patrick after, tho close, and every one large crowd' present agreed tie Telwau' official. It Vas not hoctVy in the wortd that the two clubs dish- up, but for a fighting, scvcr-say-die strugfle. It excelled anything eVer witnessed here. Both teams playing a sale, careful same, it was a battle from ]-tae visiting defense man's, checking! And Hall was not the only j offender. The Montreal men latd f.he} wood hard and often on'Seattlq Ehins. and Seattle players were not slow to I retaliate. But-under the lar penalty1 system of the where a penalty obly means replacm? of bf- fendittS by a substitute, neither club much handicapped by pefialtlea. Two members of the in- vading club' were hurt, Berlanquette sQstalnfog n bad cu! on the mouth aed Cor beau a sprained choulder. HBSSitLMEfJ HUSKY BOXER IN Farmer has never had an easy bat- tie In hli lire, so far as ring work Sfrmetirflfts he thinks i' is unfqrtnnat.e BwUnnukera an clever they are in getting for ned like to a 'ittle "soft "pick- '1 in a while.-'On-thh other band, hti Is perfectly If .roatclUQakers were.procejp do that sort of thins be might find himeelf on the wrong ;ehd of the string. 'He lires up to hla acreemenls and 16 a stickler for narloff the other fellow do the fame. School baseball, which for the past three spring season has been a success, will make its 1919 bow to the public on Good Fnday. The schedule is not yet drawn up that has been" chosen at the starting date. The games will be played as usual immediately after four o'clock. There will be five teams this year, Central Central Westminster and Gal- braith. FfeetwoDd won the pennant last year. (From Our Own Comspon.lcnO RAYMOND, March for- get the basketball game Friday night [or the proriiicial championship hoiv ors. Tickets on sale at tlie drug store. Wliep coming to the basketball game be prepared to enjoy Ihe dance after- wards, given by the Belter Half Club. The session of the mutual of tbe two wards look place last night. A short program'and games seem lo have been the order of the evening- Miss May Faxman came in Monday from Taber with her brother to spend a fevr days. grounit. i I aulomallcally by sickness A sreal many are oul ot Iiay imij tho tainny ot lhe teachers. Helig- bat has. beci; shipped seems lo fms also been called >e delayed somewhere in transit. The eeretary of lhe Canlslon U.F.A., -Mr. no. Parrlsb, has been expecting sev- eral car loads in hut as: yet they have 'ailed to appear. H some supply is not COOMBS IS ONLY ..SURVIVOR Other .Playsra Who Participated in "irtnirtji dame'Ou't of Show. "TOnly "one survivor Dial' tafflou: 24-inning grapple between the 'Ath 'letics and Boston in.. re I mains in'the bis show. That one survivor was the hero {the game. Jack pltchei i the entire 21 innings far the" Macks. Nothing Hodges is Foremost Representative on A. Executive IK ISIMRJUIBT TUNIS. March Osinan Fouad Pasha; wLo claims to bo a sou of ihc Abdul' Humid ul Turkey is Mid to corno to northern Africa for the put- pose ut up (QverBBeat ID wlt fcao surrendered hUiuelt to a chment of French troops. He has been turned over to the lUIUu mill- ary authorities. So far as known. Abdul HiMtd has no sou named Fouad. Turkish prince by tint name being a sou of former Sultan Mound V. who was dethroned on Aug. ol, 1S76, succeeded ty Abdul liamld. Prince Osraan Kouad was recently, AC- cordius to the best records available, a lieutenant of a ot Prua- elati guards and stationed at In .command of luditrun Prlnce Osman vas born noytc Feb. 24, 1S95. Tripoli Is Ital- ian territory, having been taken by that country niter tha Tureo-lUllaa war In 191142. More farms have changed hands in St. Thomas so far thie year than ia any year during the fFrnm Oar Own Cerr FOHEMQST. March town Is again v] Riled with the 'flu. A num- ber of light cages have been reported within tho town but none from the country district have been reported up till (he present. The schools havu received this wecfc-Uia situation will acute for a number small farm- ers.. The lig outfits "seem to have ilenty of feed to put them through. Seed Grain Arrives Seretal cars of seed gram are com- tons i Mrs. Terrace is spending the WOCK In Letbbrldae visiting with friends. Mrs. Chas Walker, of BirJsholm. is spending a; couple of weeks in Lclh- Lridge visiting with friencts. Constable Mooney o[ the A.P.I', who has been stationed at this 'or ilu- past four "months has been moved and Cobs'lible Butell bts been appointed to take'llts place here. Mr. F. Ramsay ot the Union Bank ANDY THE RADIATOR MAN 418 FIFTH 8T. ing to the Farmers' Elevator in reani- slafl was a visitor In Lelhbridge over ness for the spring planting. The 1 Iho week end: benefits of co-operation are being daily j The regular-monthly meeting ot the demonstrated to the local farmers. nid '.will meet at the parsonage The -Flu SUujtion Wednesday afternoon, April 2. All It' p monikers'are requested to attend r do not seem to have been atfeel- coY.ThuB far we .have no any alarm locally iC we do not hare new .Introduced ar other places- iple of .weeks. v Sir. H. mills spent the weeX end in edlcine Hat visiting with his family. Mr. and Chas. HeuderEoa.who have been spending the winter in' Ed- Mrs. J. A. Hammer is reported as juipnlon retumed on Tucsdayls train improving ihe past few has j (O take. up- the work on the farm. The ''Iron man" of the Ath CALGARY, Mar; Pacific Ross lost a fonr-ronnd bout to Far- Coast titlehelder In the- Ught-heary-Imer the coast two years ago ibis weight class, Frank Fanner, meets Al Roes at the Al Aznar Temple oa April 11, will appesl directly to, torvra ot boxing -became ot ihe Iiusi-' way in which' he goes about ring irork. He wrighs nnner 16S. nd 15 not along line; to rake on welgnt npidiy. In bis M ft fftmer iind-rmncher la each u to keep kim in good; pbydcal ,shape tbe year "rouirir "Me is conscientious about hn training IB that he will not be fomid coins into a rinj wHboUt W- i? .the best powible VASCOUVER, March '4n "reach' ami' hits with both cr 'bowlers stepped to thc'iront 2H eyerats 'n'the Inter vntlnnal ivW.-Tn 'i'AsiociJtion's toiirunnient tirreVntcidav. Tie soHierB, aa Ue Vo'.- eraw, mofed. out in" front ftl the llube't Cafe, Seattle tqmi, in the tfvo men eTent, smashing tho maples for i count ot 2764. The Seattle me'n 'arc o pfns behind. Brnnk Kalhbbno. I'anconver, gained tlic lead V: the doubles with a count of 1176 an.] Hill JIair, also of Vaacouver ihe with 620. Several: strongest teams in lhe northwest will (heir fames today.' PRO, LACROSSE FOR COAST VANCOUVBR, -Mar. ff professional lacrosse teams in Varjco'uTer, managed by Con Jones, respectively, are to play 4 a of games starring Moy ''t 'KolltrWinE the of'tlie ft ft schedule the winners will lour 'i t the east, playing Toronto. Uloct- real and Ottawa teams'. ft 4 the Canadian middleweight titio is at i 'n the day stake.-'to Me staged at the Empire the-jTopsy Harlael, left tield; BHs Lord, atre Friday of this week Al "litre field; Socks Seybold, right holder of the cnmi, and Kid Carson. I lirat base; Ossie lus oppopnent, have been working out Schreck, catcher: Danny Morphy, se- resularly tor Ihe last two weeks, and i base; Monte Cros., ,shortstop; both are In good shape and ready to base; Powers, catch- go the entire distance nt a fast clip. mA Coombs, pitcher. There has been a big crowd on each afiernson lo Bee Tloss work at his quarters IE the Empire block, ant! j many favorable comments on liia con-1 dttlon. have been made. Carson haa done his training at bis own gymna-j and besides having done consitl- THE DEACON IS BACK Corp- Deacon While, the celebrated Kdmonton EporUman, (s back In Ihe west, according to a Winnipeg dla- most pleasant, peaceful anj usclul. For many years Mrs. Hammerjfas Cartston's chief jiiirse. so that not a few of our residents are indebted to I. p. A. Rtfreientative Mr, S. Hodges Is foremost district or. the executive of the Irrigation- In OH! BOY! That's what you will, say when you Eee your next retread, l ctr fittft it ot rcnnwn success. MODERATE PALACE GARAGE Winnipeg; Hill Hurley, Moose Jaw, and Frank Uoyle, Kogina. Mr. Cfttrne expects to name a manager in the course of a few days, GERMAN LAB Oft SITUATION T. H. ftAVCK AVENUE SOUTH-PHONE U37 C, H. Macter Marcli Vossische fiaya it is advised that tbe government is perfecting plans for promoting the emigration or indufih and city workers lo lhe rural dislriots ill view of the growing surplus of labor in the metropolitan cffnlrea which already exceeds 60 per certl. of the demand. The plans. tlie newspaper Include Improve- ments in wage and housing conditions in tlic agricultural sections. DUBLIN RECEPTION DROPPED DUBUN, eiecotive conimUteo of tiie Sinn Fein party oucd an olliclat fiinTcment Tues- day nlgbt announcing the public reception planned for Prrrfewor De Valera, who Iiait been nn Bngllih prison for some time snrl irtio escaped on rVbrnary 4, has been ftbanrtftned. The utatemenl explains that Professor Vntera liad sent word to the com- TnEltec that he Old not that a It will always be the view tn this property was de- stroyed hy a [no-German or a spy, ntrangers coming lo Cardf-ton hesc [lays arc merit, impressed by ft viait to our Ueaulllnl tfmple. The being rapWIy 'finished and Uic tile laying (3 also Drocecdlng nlcclf, Tbe artists who the con tract for tho mural decorvtioriR are now work upon one, room which may he? completed ia Another two months. Visitors arc not allowed unattended now and should apply to K J. or Mr Jno, F. Parrlsh for Hie guide. ending a meeting ot coriiniiltee this Mr. J. Ross who has been spending the winter in Tjetbbriilge returned on Tuesday's tralri 'and-will bs with Mr X. for the summer. Overheard A conversation overheard, bul not eavesdropping. .-s. Is this guff that lhe C. P. It Is giving us, something about a luxury down 'here? that Is .whal D. C. Coienun said about this line. (hero ain't no luxury In Z cents n bushel extra on wheat rates between here and 20 cents hundred difference on first class fn-lght, fifty cents a hundred on l-rcs.i, and a day'ionger ori lhe train If you waril lo go anywhere. golly you're right anil .there afn'l any luxury abp'-ll thtft train that t.oines (town here that r can" see. The only, thing for It ig'govnmment'oi ership and that right quickly. DETAINING GERMAN DANES 1'AHfS, -Marcli Is'dc- aining Danish residents who dealre to return home after hav- .ng been released from Russian pris- ons, aciordiss to prtvlces reaching the French foreign office. These men were among Ocnaans laken prisoners liy the Itussians'durlng Ihe nnd who nftcr being let go In Russia at- tempted lo relafn (o Schleswig. They are, however, it Is declared, being im' I in Oermany and denied pcv- receptfon for would juntlfy the risk of life of the citizens. of Dublin. FRENCH NOT DISARMED COJ'BNH AGKX, M arcfc The commander ot the French UiMnpfM, according (r. patch from the Hungarfaii de- nies thut his forcM armed by the Fix Radiators We Repair Them TW Refabk Radiator Repair Siop _ George Prop. Rear "O" Tht Taller, Mh S. mission (o go Willdrd Tlic driving season Is near. Have us call .and examine your battery. equipped wlih re- pairs lo meet tho requirements of ill latteries. lift j'our.oar up beonsc yotir ballery Is We will rent, you one at a tmall cost while own is being re- charged. We till! mippljr of now halterIcs on hand. Uel our prices before purchasing elsewhero. 311 7th St Sort PW.616. B, C. SOLUTION FOp SOLDIER PROBLEM VICTORIA, 5larth llubmenl of an InriifttrlAI nommiiialorr, wilh one of tho ministers na (ntliis- Irlal, and lhe creation of k credit up lo tho proh- able sortition which Iho BomnmenL will offer [o the soldier pniblem m( prosenteil Ijy a Wj deputation now at Ihe rttrltarnc TRUCKS and SERVICE Go Together With IV We carry parts for our, cars and'trucks in our own premises. This is consider rt well before buying a truck, BAALIM MOTOR Co, BACK Of UNION BANK tttrttt Jl office wt will Mnd you oni ;