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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 28, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LKTHBWDGE DAUA HKKAU) PAGE SIX By: G. Me Manus BRINGING UP FATHER GORGEKUWIL FRIDAY. MARCH 28. YOUR LIFE THE irraosT IMPORTANCE 'r ESPECIALLY AT THE PRES- ENT TIME TO 'YOURSELF AND FAMILY. Ito you know that Ihc capita value ot the life of a man, aso ai, earuiug per anuuni, to his dependents is over SU.WW, and his lusurable value over 10.000? Wllu the erer decreasing value of the dollar, the man who. perhaps, was jainply in- sured five years ago, should to- day DOUBLS ills protection. Talk over your Insurance neeila wllh your SBK The Aaenl of the CANADA LIFE H. J. H. SKE1TH Sherlock Block Phone 1343 Anderson Defeated Paulson Has Eight of Ten Rounds Frank Lush fakes the Count CALGARY, March to poke a Ittl at w'H. with wonderful clever ntu, Jtock of Harry Anderson. boner of Vancouver, up'teveral notchw at the Al Aihar Temple tonight, when he was awarded, and earned ion Mike Paulien, the Min- neapolis boy, iri the feature bout of the boning in Cal- jary under the of the Caljary boxinj committion. it was a llwhin, 10- roand mill, '.hat by far bet- ter than seen in Calgary for many The decision given by' Referee -Fred did not mecst with the approval of all present, but he no mistake, asiAnderwn not only had the bet- tit of arjumtirt, had a'bie shafc, particularly in the eighth and tenth when his left jabs to Paulson's jaw and hii ability to make the Minneapolis boy piled up a bia lead of points. It wat a boxir.j match pure simple, in which a clever boxer had the edge on the rugged batter. Anderson had the advantage in eight rounds, Paulson won one round and one wai even. THE COUNT F.OR LUSH In the preliminaries Frankie Landers and Toughie HanJIt fought a draw. In the other pre- liminaries between Dick Stafford, of Lethbridge, and Fred Marshall of Seattle, the referee stopped the fiaht in fourth round because boy was in condition to go any farther; while Con Hardie rf Edmonton had it all over Frank LuiH' Ltthbritige, forced the latter to take the count in the third round. New Town on Weyburn Line Building School Soon Taber Basketeers Defeated By Only One AH the Way Enthusiasm in Pass for National Will Meet Either rauisim Harry Anderson Good Preliminaries l last i definite news for Tabor was TAUER. March liaveu't heard about lhe basket ball game Mou Jav nieht between Raymond auJ Taber No doubt our correspondent is housed up with the 'flu or sonic olhcr complaint However, we Helieie it might be interesting to all the earn, of league at least, to find evil l.hal of "wliiclTtlle forT The same slnrted wilh Raymond t in ii.it rmein- the first basket right oft cen erstwhile world's charan stale. Hurt t.'Taber lieorge Ingle the Paeilic Coast tight-, ,re. bill auer inai i Weight champion will be on his ivay j al Havia'ond made week rush ami tied lhe score at the firs .....e ingle is booked to ,ne half Tab winner of the Harry Anderson-Mike a r1ltimt Raytuon Panlson go at Calgary last night, and er orgert anea to g srr time. Ilajmond called limo with ,Na :ounl. coming only on o- year old, "it boasts of two stores, a lumber yard, post office. lu ternational Harvester agency, Jmper ial oil stlllon. aiid a fine duelling Mr. Cousins fme general store. ihe Stiff Mcrcanlile, Is dolns a rush- g business now that spring is near- Mr-Woodworth, of .the Gritman anch shipped in a supply of furniture nd also brought with him fire or six men lo get ready for spring. Tie rilman Ranch have purchased SB ew drills trom Mr. Cousins lhe Inter "ToAvBoreenTwd up will, a "itr. U.Osliornc and family are re- ported lo have the 'flu. Doukhobor Colony Transcontinental Highway is Very- communicate J- R. Smith, secre- tary of itie Crows Nest Pass Automo- bile Association. By notifying Mr... Smith whether or nol Ihey can send delegales to the convention all or-, sanitations Interested will assist ma- terially in the campaign. round distance. Eddie Brinso, Tom- my Burns' Irigle from the coast, and -will conduct lined on the boxing game (Trom Our Own BIA1KMOHE. March cost! Thlrtwav lS ALBANIAN CHIEF ASSASSINATED T and th" "rov.-i Ncsl BOMB. March 2T.-Prcnk Dlb Doda, la i-iuiu6 ut ,holan Albanian chiet. and on coasl to coast national Highway, will friendly terms with Italy, has been 4all owing to the. s'.iundancb of 1 killed while on lhe way from Durazzo CC MlldU _ ,___ tn -J ll ell from easily 1 owinK lo tno. u JfoGregor, H. W. liie membersliip (ee -waa pliced' a ili'for 15'for ladles, prorif ion norkes be rtJitn for their first month's play, al if faey desire 4a coatlniia pUying, the briaoce-. A.conne.iee. 50o per day for non-residents, whelh gneiti ot' transients. Tke dob's coaslitulion, .in dfa was prtsenlcd for the approval of the meffioers and )t was decided to pllte it in the clnWwuae.for ducns- and recommeiidations. before final adoption The.courjje In shape for play. The officers and eieculire are all embers oi thp membership commil- e and new members are assured of hearty welcome. It is hoped intend- S members will speak to any one f the committee, when they will get very attention anil full information oin np! It's a grand game! It is ot course desirable to get unds in hand al once, so'all players re requested lo hand their fees lo an> f lhe officers or mall direct to lhe scretary, W..Crawford, 1231 5th Ave V S. At a meeting of lhe--------------- afler the' general meeting, the ag commitlee were formed for lhe and-this fact cannot be disputed as 1 ngle has bten fishtins right along.] jist Monday night in his battle with' .ast Monaa} insut larry .Vnderson at Vancouver he -_- k- I fortft Only i IroSr defeat.----- naiiv times throughout the game. rt t big. Earl Stevens 9 lessing all lhe time, scoring larry Anderson al im MU..I look out for Taber nex Harry down for the count of nine, and j ''yjaymond has a fine learn, gooi Harry is clamouring for a claiming that he can give a heller ac-1 Raymond. Forwards (19) Bid. Jleliiruro CJ) Mr. Aonoii aiiu .nu..y week from Washington, where Ihey IpLl the winter. They-say tnat Al- berta looks good to them. V I.vnds and children have been with lhe whooping cough. Sir Borgens' children have also had ie whooping cough: New Coniolidaled School The Skiff Consolidated. School will soon be a reality as the lenders are alreadv accepted by lhe Department. aiuf work will proceed as, soon as ler permits. imperial Oil Company are in- stilling oil tanks here this year which will help their agent, con- siderably. Sir. Cousms has a fine ce box with about thirty tons of Ice around il, so Ihat the people ot Sk.S 'will be sure ot a cold drink this year, also frelh. meat anu ice cream. -.Th.'-mer arrived, two hoursJjto sec-lions il irl pnr.il which DV .-a___ Ircqnciit dragging can be kept in good !ion. But through lhe foolhills and in the mountain' section a more solid and enduring type of roadbed can be easily and cheaply constructed with "material found ndlacenl in the vicinilr of Ihe roule lo be followed by lhe highway. necescRTy to con- i'.i. which uroptr Doda was vice-president ol lhe provis- ioual government al Durazio. At DM Slide Rock Ihc Krank slide .enough has been already rock- partly broken lo count ot himself over the ten round, distance. 'Anyway, local fans can nowj tuck away April iltli as tie first posl-l live dale tor the firit battle i of the season in Letlibridge. 1 And In the matter of Harris IS) "arn5 al Burr (4) Center i (D) Clifton N'alder I10> Lcthliridge is going to shine. The j local ciun are working hard in lining! Guards r cum Earl Stevens (10) .-ip Itie rigtil class of boys who can and will deliver the goods. Krank Lush: has been sigu.-J meet Frankie 1-an-1 ders in a sir-round semi ivindup pro-1 to the main go. Landers is a -i MClVIll IUJ ,n, Johnson Irrin Uueler (2) 'Totals......35 W. Harris. committee: rman; H. W. he. Another again'this week; tha, train was loaded heavily P. R- won d rath; er run' Iratajhan give lhe pcople-'lh'c Eatisfaclion having wo regular Ulake and son hired Mr. Lv'on's to take them New Diyton a couple of days ago. as lhe) were'not feeling In lhe best ol heallh The riew-coniera have been confined lifts ITUtlll fll.tauj -i construct a treat many miles ot the transconlinenlal railway. Elsewiicrc alODK the pass broken rock for a per- manent roaflbed could be obtained or if need be broken rock or gravel could be hauled flown grade via the railway which traverses lhe pass. Ce- ment being ?.t hand, anil Hie cltmina- lion of cost ot upkeep being a. desir- able feature ot Ealisfaclory road con- slruction, it should'even be possible lo construct a concrele highway tor at least a portion ot tho route. By aclive, energetic and nearly co- operation of all governmcnls, federal, provincial and municipal, as well as FQR SALE A Number of Second- Hand Tires Jfewly re-treaded and repaired We will give you :i good repaired tVilje with cacti of th'e'sc' casings between itow and April lOtb. TIRE SERVICE CO._____ Hirme-'aid' committee: cers ail.lhe.exeuilive. An JEnyl.ble flecord All oitt- e Mr. Adams who so looked afler lhe groand? last rear, will EASTERN A Mi tf ISITIIOB The new-coniera 10 their; house with a touch ;of thought that he owned a Kord car but when he went to gel 11 someone had been there lirst ana the lillle red Ford was gone. Vcderinko is baclf to Skiff, "e thinking seriously of trying to farm in Southern Alhcria again. auto citibs, boards of trade and farm- ers' organizations'' in the .territory traversed by this national highway, Mlual completion of the highway can lie assured at an early dale. To accomplish this a good roads con- vention is to assemble at tte Cosmo- politan holei, Blalrmore, al p.m. on Wednesday, April 2nd. All interested in Hie .movement' are .requested, to Mnliiall will also be here. Dick Stafford, tho local ,boy. has signified his willingness lo so on, anil with the addition ot a few minor boys au'enviable recpnl the very few cilies hiring its mmifcipal H has'withoat' uneslion nroit" and 'cheapest and it Is wjil.rar: runt lhe comtuinance of this policy- As he the course -will, be smoothed and Ironed out, not witli be at U easy, .but lo pro-. ide shot? for all lhe clubs in yonr It IB hopeii to, provide lockers, if possible, this year, and to put lhe course ilsclf In ilrsl-class conililion. Those dssirlng -to play are again reminded to speak to the officers, or. n 'fad, any memher of Iha club, devotees of tlie game will see ..ley ara introouced al (.i.Le'into the niyrteries o'f that weird, fascinal- IRS, gripping game ot games, golf, where Iho wicked troubling and become is eot'tiusiaslic as Ihc the card will be a rlandy. U is the intcnlion of the club to put on lhe following program: The ten-round main KO; one six round semi wlndup; fonr round prelim., and Iwo three round prelims. So fans, now go your waf in peace and bank on the lllii Vor.the night of a lifetime. The follon-lHF notice ha5 been sent out by the lllairraorc A'. A.: The Rbirmorc Athletic Asjociatijn lne has organized a baseball learn. They, oTncrt in hare Ihcir team ready for YOKEL THE WINNER March in Yokel, middleweight cliamplc-'.i wresting claimant or the Unilert States, defeat- ed Joe Turner, of D.C.. last night, two falls out of Ihree. ROYAL BUCKS WON HALIFAX. Mar: Ac.lillan Recorder slates today that the colnshlre Handicap, run yosler'lay, was won by Hoyal llncke, with lilver hore second and Somervlllu lliird. eipecl la hare Ihcir t_- Ihe diamonil by the tlrsl of May. rtapectfullv toiiclt your cc-opcraliou and Ihat of your lowp In lhe promot- ing or friendly tporll Ih.iwighjHit Crow's .Xcst I'ass we all heeii fnarkins It were, for Ihe pasl toiif years. Niiw that the war Is over, let ua all pull logelher and gel our .pre-war athletic sporta In Unfortunate Occurrence at S- Some Sickness Reported Our Own C No Dofc YMT Car Needs Orerkailiif! VOU OUARANTEE ALL WORK CK orertanled lhe able supervision of our Mr foraerl, muter mecaaalc ol 300 car PALACE GARAGE Matter Mechanic ge our good Fha'pe. Tin.- pssoclation Is open lo accept any c-lnllenge. Thc Blalnnoro Athletic Association II. I'utnam, secretary. TIGERS EASILY .iriMll.TON. (Jut. Mlir. an here last llamliion Tlgeii dc.fcaied Kilcbener hy a score of 12 in 3- 0 II A medjU anil !tie Allan were, preached to Hie Tigers during lhe intermission. ANDY THE RADIATOR MAN 418 FIFTH ST. 8. We Don't Fix Radiators We Repair Them The Reliable Radiator Repair Stop George Firquharson, Prop. Rtar "D" Ttie Et. S. SAME OLD SUIT ,Mar.. 27. Testimony'Apparently ,'dojlgneij'. to prove organized baseball ''f monopoly Wiihtn fhc meaning of the Sherman Anti-Trust act fr was introduced yesterday in Ihc f' trial in the District of Coium- ff Ijla supreme court of lhe dam- -fr age the Baltimore fed- eral league club sgalr.-t Uin 'i Xalional and American I-oaBiies 'r nnd certain official.? ol the for- mer federal league. Thu Hal- timore Club is seeking lo re- cover damages YANK WON March iltant' 'IAJ-MJVI.1, i.i, i- ner, United Slain array, Boy a Hnlislf- AWdlcwelgnl, on points in a H-round boxing con- lest li> liic Ilolbwne stadium lust nrniAU Mr aaclMrs. M.O.Baptislehadthe mu fortune to bo burned out on Saturday Mr. BaplUto. who Is a returned sol dler, was discharged fit nearly a year ago, nnd altnfltigh nol strong is making a bravo flghl o gc on and make a home for himself anil its uar bride. Some men In posing helped 10 savo Iholr filrnlluro and slovw, bill Iheir clnthlng. silverware and wedding pre- sents, etc.. were. destroyed, us well as Ihc house, lhe properly of Mr. Herman Johnsou., j ii tiavo lift sym- lliy of every one in their m'ltor- Ptncnal Mtntion s. Orrock been suffering from ait atuck o'i Influenza this week. Clcmenlini Joiner be cionS- ill yesterday and Hits moraini bhosil night. QUIT IN THIRD Mass., March kie "Voting" llrill. of'New Bedford won a I2.rr.iind Iwxlnd twnl -with Mdli Morgan, of I'l.ll.idclphia, here night, Mnrgnii quit ,-in llio ttlri Uken lo f.ethbrldge lal, ihere an operillon perform ed 'We hope for he ffftAy recovery. The Maaquertde ball proved a grca amujement were carried of by Mra. Orrnck, Mrs, I.ait, Mr, Woo rirff, llr. llarolil a ilang' ttr of 'W. Jenie Bun. OH! BOY! what you will say when you IK your neit retread, If Its d0ae Yoiir lire will .be built up wllh the of new material and will receive by coring In onr new RiW mold a design and .finish that mnst please most esactlng. Vulcwnrtnf mt Willar MQIDRISTS The driving season Is drawinfi near. Have us call and examine your ballcry. We are equipped wilh all re- pairs fo meet the renuliemenli ot Ell balleries. Don't tie your car up your battery Is dead. We Til rent you one al a small cos while your.own Is. being 're charged. We have a lull supply of new batteries on hand. Get our price bctoro purchasing elsewhere, 311 7th St Smth PW616. New wthf; Time to Have Your CAR OVERHAULED Before the Spring Rush Begins are cpippetcn't meclwnics and do their riot be misled by so-called' cut BAALIM MOTOR Co. BACK OF BAMK L.wi your our tfftct >nd we will ;