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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 2, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta rim MAY 2, 19IH UP FATHBJT SUCH HA.HQ PILLOVJf) IN ME LIFE! I I TOU 4OT THE P4LLOW5 THAT ARE VrXlFFf I VITH CHICKEN ------v-------- By G YOUR LIFE INSURANCE BOULTON'S AUTO LIVERY Our Kales Are Our Service ihe TRY US Office Phone Hctidcnce Owing lo -wire troii'ulr. rcsuHs in the major leigl-'es ivere noi received by tUe Her- ald today. was llien about 2S year, old. Mr. John Hall won his one Open Championship Sat Prestvcick In IS30 when he was -7. lie has been winning Aiualeur Coaui- p'onsfcips more or less ever since. the circmirsiant-cs of his last victory m 1S12 were among the most obvious- Iv splendid of all: Weswaril Ho! fWelwil lo the last inch, wind and raia, Abe Mitchell, (hen Mr. Ahe. dm- ins the ball out of sight, ami 5lruS" i pic prolonged to the 3Sth hole. Bui tlio-c who were playing In cliaiuploil- ships io the lal" eilblies eud early niuc'.ies are united in statins that Hie luos. .errlblc Mr. Ball SVBS ibc one thai i they had to meet; noi rjore accurate Iho one PEKIX, April 30.- (Associated bouses of the Cumesc parlliuint yassed a reiolulion lodav Jrottsiins the forelEn olllce lo the delegates ot llie live Ereat at I'aris against the transfer o 1 .lie control ot Kiao Cbau to Japan. Both reaues.ed Kiao bereflor- Kiltanings From Calgary Meel- ing as lo Status of 1'ros and Amateurs (Edmonton Journall i Now- that Albcrli sportsmen liave 'decided lo noid a meelins to reorstn- ize Ihe Alborla branch of foe Ama.eur i 4lalotlc Union o! Canada, which crins be held in Edmonton. Way 17Ui ibe Macdonald Lotel. some on liic ailiiude of a number ot the representatives al the Calgary ne-ling may not be wi c! placJ. M ,v ScmelhiEE reached when 'he nuesdoii i.l I :md living dowu tfte rules under which i'.liey ar governing There is no doubt that (he presen Is lime to intriidijce nev feglsla tlon. Tbis is uarllcularly true from ihe Alberta viewpoint. Sport ha practically running ilself in thi province since 1915. wben the sovern int body ceased operations. Whatever is done at Ihe mcelins in Edmonton be done as a result of matuie ojnsideralioa being given, lo the mat- ters io be dealt wiili. as the same op- nol asaiu present llself I E Stt mr; .1. L which wero exacted from- ball games made no mention of ibat uo one could yarry. Mr. bv Clermany n-rirpp fnr i. v jjj. Amateur Champion- tlie Cbineao relative ball games mae ro tne and one felt 5ra.f Ull to the writer for If he had lacxlej the que tiiiur 11 iita uiiuiui t tion would bave found it aoi only iihin.A3 jt may appear, the books .ell one o! u. wa, 32 when tlie Amateur Cham- r in- I W3S instituted in 1SS6. Ho extremely bewildering, but on so rue conEidewblfi del it-1 AC j. n Mr Bantam's v.-hisper 10 Mr. (O ,VaiL nine years belore he won PicXwW "NobodT is (al or old in i it j-j snd it was seven years after Bit'h "'is'couay. lhc necessary i... won Iho aunimn leral-on uenjliariy applicable lo golf. gl. A Nobody.' so far as we know al present. J railway be cancelled. can plav solf qaite so well as yrdon b, Braid, and Taylor, an.l two of them were born in 1S70 and the other HIS the wtitewssh was bronjnl up. Cap- -no hid IransEresscrl- but waa Jo I the "Jeansln; process being applied lo semi-pros who had competed ror money In the p-uvince.. IWyiJ. oo-Ihe othar hand. Haled emp.'utically Ih.i. tl.i definilcly EUlori that nlMele.s linii accepted money couln 're'nsta'ed and intimated that >Pai hU siand In the matter. "Once a alvraya a I-rs" W bB lhe inotlo nl Ifce Uominion body, but was in sympalhy with a a to amend (he constitution so tint nmlslon should be lor a period of lour !cr five Thia is a'onB the 'of the- amaieur body in rte State-1. [or a lone time to come.1 I! ilie sentiment-ot the meeting al Canary is judged aright by ihe writer Qje'delegates from Ibis province to the tf of ,he Amateur -Li.........tndrews ivith a won it for the firsl lime 2 a D3. Golf is nor. a team game, and BIT' years Here is mi great Inclination lo work EMis. 15S9 is still regardca as one fir.. Araalilir of the gfeal vintage years of amai- jn influence tars 11 produced-the lale Mr. F- U. Club's ad- around Iho end of May will oe Inilruct- ed to preis for such changes In lhe constitution as vrlli tend to put Ihing! on a beller and sounder footing than his been lie caie in the Parlic- ular flrtsi laid on Edmonton's new definition ol an amaleur. Ir iras fortunate fur Edmonton that Mr. Hilton. 11 would uc I loU. yelfurther and lo pile Hii Worship Mayor ClarXe was In Calgtrj on his tray-lo Iho south and ettended the meeting as a delegate. In introducing hi5 to Ihe definition of an amateur h3 tosde a Idling speech, and i, was Thiir Pomp" ilniple enoucli to probe It would vet furthei ince glorious and brutal, but it w SfTtral of Ihe others 1-vi-w tta; ihe present ruling WJ3 nn- iliriualcd and wis the real came nl a Int 01 perjury and known lo cjlsl. uii: 'rtlffKul1- to p-ove vlicn it came down 'lo iwlusl ca.-es. A rcS'Jlnlion intro- 'nuced by CHarllo ot Calgary, wu lo the effect 'hat njingllnK o! jiro? and araateura he alor? !1MK3 similar to Ihe old counlrv, lull ittiis was changer! wnen Mayor Clarke Mnlrorfuceil toe dellnltion nf an ama- jpproTCil by Ihs Kdmonijn AMJ- '.Vl-tp Athletic asiottallon rnl.fvlnB lo Ihe. Edmontrm Mr. Horace Halcninson Jeceivei tUpport M Ho go fer once giorioa? tend io no definite conclusion. The real tactless question Is not whelhe, and some olher illustrious vet- erans are today teller than young of 3o or so. but .whether they are r., good aj, when they were, 16 use nn ot Davic Aytuis. in (heir Mr. Horace llalchinson once anil was as Jiotltcs of ihe tfrst sight V. "-ould seem.tat he mun have written in a muoil of temporary depression and ITiat he disproved Btpterncnt i bv his own play, nut ins championships wcra won when he was I 26 aml27 years old respectively: On Uhe other Hand he was 31 when ho fraction.- -They Had.lour, players in ithe forties. Iwo in the thirties, and in thfc Iwenlies. The Enslish- 50. Mr- Charles a feiv lay- laier lo lie a champion; two for- three thirties, and four twenties, and their average waVesaclly 33- Mr. Hulchir.gs comes under a some- what different category from llio champions already menlioned. be- cause he. did not begin lhe game as a boy. Two other lale beginners come rcailily to mind. One Is Mr. C. A. A LARGE M i LONDON, May a conference i I ivi.h newspaper correspondents today and in a speech al a Joial lill.cheon lo- j d.iv United Stales Secretary ol Navy Daniels emphaalzed what he con- sldered th'e absolute, necessity for a ble United States navy should the i lej-ue of-nations fail to function.'I o prlnled questions ol Britiill corrcs-: pondents rcgirdlns the extensive Am-: erican builnlis protram, the secrel.iry, eipUined that the action of congress could bt'-changed by the president should the covenant of the league pro- vide for smaller armaroenls. NEW AGENCY Oreriand and Willys- Knight Cars We havo opened snow room; service slallon in Hie OTT ULOCK 5IIT Street, and hive all models of these cars on the floo.-. The Overlain! iiiil Willys- Kniel't have woo 'heir present hlfili reputation as cars llial are easy to riart. easy to run. mid economical '.o maintain. This rcpulallon is founded on -.-cars of constant cttort (u merit the'appreciation of the public. Today Iney .ire more deserting than' ever tnal urestteft which lias grown iron: of rtousaiuls owners. P. M. McKWNON DISTRIBUTOR. IS Of THE UTMOST IMPORTANCE ESPECIALLY AT THE PRES- ENT TIME TO YOURSELF. ANO .-AMILY. Do you km CANADA LIFE H. J. H. SKEITH Sherhck Block Phone 1IHJ GRAY-DORT MOTOR CARS RUMELY TRACTORS ACETYLENE WELDING The Allen Jack Co., Ltd. 2nd Ave., opp. Ltthbrldge Hotel Phone he oler an achieved perhaps his best and cer- tainly His must unlucky performance. namely, lha, ofle.uins the he "r5' 'G ery lhc Mast Quil SIT Kt In- capacitated hole, n e v olw pellllon was firalcilra.ua lo-_5 hole- Diamond mim-f Championships YORK. April Clmrlcy Ihls rulinfj Bhich. of courar. i will htvc V by Iho Al- herll Amateur unkn and Iben suli- ;aitled lo the Dominion smaleur body. would permit a professional in one i Ayrn 'line of sport to par-.lcipnte alotlj wllli ;lIertoE Is thrdUEh. The former Qlanl i aaalnrs In olher fames in which he will play r.o more baaeball. for he iwt been professloiiallied. In Ihe warred pniy few days arcu by a ape- 1 otert of this recommtndatlon. joins thls'cllr that his continuance tlroufb. and always remembering IbaV In the fame misht lead to his being In- il luive a hard lltne'H Ihe Do-1 capacitated for life. Spnie Treeka ago were in anil 1537- Vourteen years after his i 12th l( .'I hart not been Palmer, who w-i cerlainly not in lhc first flush of yniith when ho won the Irish Open Amateur Charapionshlli In 1313. although the golling Derbrell Is inn chivrnlous lo give precise dclaiis. The other ii lhal great golfer fir.ir- America. Mr. VV. J. Travis, who heal all our amateurs aL Sandwich In 1901. ho was 42. 1 saw him playing al Garden Clly in an American Cham- nionaliip nine years later, anil for the first two his golf wis as heaull- fully accurate as but afterwards he fleemcd father lo fado away. Sileh players at Ihesc probably Keep Iho ino edge "of Ihclr keenness (ho long- est just because ihey hare lo make up the precious years thai Ihcy M-asled in liltllni: sume olher kind of ball. With Hie golfer'who has forgot- ten the lime when he did not play It Is ollen otherwise. IL Is likely enough that al this very moment Mr. .Max- Is healing Iho better ball of Ihree WANTS LINES RETURNED AT ONCE j NEW YORK, April Postal', Telegraph company made by telegraph to FoBtmaslerGcncral Ilurlcson today "formal application" tor the return of Us lelrpanh lines at once. I and threes in lhc old liearl-brcaliing Ecquen'ce; but II is.-l make hold lo say, good many ytura since he lost sny affection ha may ever have had for the slorm and slrcas and surging crowds of a Championship meeting. This" Is a very natural feeling In which lhe' rroiciMOualii canmil allow thcrasclrcs lo indulge, and perhaps for that reason they certainly do seem lo keep Ihclr very best game longer than amateurs. But .here Is no lell lo drag llicir aecrels to Ight from It" dlscMcl darknMS of old year-hooks. Most f.ilfera arc ama- eura, and as to Ihem it may uc said hat Mr. lltilclilnjon'fl slatcmciit erred perhaps a llltlc on Ihe side ot pessi- mism, but not nearly so imii-h sa people over 30 would like lo rcrsnaio IliemBelvcs. The deterioration, how- ever, is mercifully slight. .Many of us arc no nonbl slipping down from our own lowly lltlle pinnacles, but .so Cinliy do not perceive It. So lei m take. If need be. our ralher springier drivers anil oil- ralher shor- ter swings and try lo bear up. VULCANIZING We are Ins doctors for sick tires. .'i3ve the up-tc- dale equipment in Southern iAIbcrla for our tpc-i'ltV- He-trtin'ing Is dune by .ex- plain or nbn-lhld. All worlc iiiirjntced. Out of town orders paid one way. PHONE 712 3rd Avenue South BASIL E. CHAPLIN. Mgr. ED. CHAPLIN. Prop. MOTORISTS! Don't let your Tires yo'.ir pleasure during this lino weather. ally they stay righl. TIRE SERVICE CO. Phoie 2nd Avenue S. EVEREADY SERVICE STATION ALL MAKES OF BATTERIES CHARGED AND REPAIRED All Work Guaranteed 'A Guarantee for a Year and a Half with New Bat- terlcs. J. D. THOMPSON Phone I96S 3rd Avc. S. ANDY THE RADIATOR MAN 411 FIFTH ST. S. intnlon Ihe services of a num- ot who are al preseul bar- nt would be available. nun may easily have ability jierzoj went soalh with the Hojlon loihoif the dull otflcUli he was worih the (lO.OOtl salary which hli old conlract called Mllft oTvUw'aT'lcaat,