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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 1, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE STt THE r.ETHBHIDGE DAILT HERALD. MONDAT. DECEMBER 1, IBIS VBRINGING UP FATHER" Bv G. McManua VIHM ARE OO1NC OUT HE.RE I IN HOCKEY LEAGUE OPENS DEC. 1H Representatives of Four Towns Island Also Come in Way The skatlog rink opons tonlgbt yrlUi a fine glare of ice, and a thousand1 winter sport fans anxious to '.c5t their steel blades onco more, Every- thing Is lo good Ghspa to ac'omniG- dalo (he croTrds. Tho dressing rcoras are fine and warm, ilia rink Is vrcll lighted, find altogether Ihero la every- (bin? toero for tie comfori of skp.t- era. lie ono o[ die merry crowd to- Hockey Arrangements The following arrangements have A meeting -will be held In the T. M. C. A. (Triangle Room) Lelhbridge, on been completed by the ID Wednesday the 3rd of December with the rink. Thtso are League Goes 20 Team May Sign 15 District League I'ive Teams in City League Lrthtridge Cily Hocfcey League of five teams wilt open the Lhe rink on Thurs- evening, December 11th when the Mounted. Police and CoalhurJt "agcregationi will claih, There's tome definite for the hockey fans who have been existing on for Ihe pzrt fortnight.-1 President Dinning of the Lelh- bridge Hockey League has been a busy man the'pasl few days try- ing to Une up the hockey season, .but he'has everything practically in shape new .and promitei the 'Herald thai the Senior City Hock- ey League tchedule will be lithed on Tuesday. Advance Information given out by him following a preliminary meeting of representatives of the various clubs of the league Is Ihst the aggregation will consist of five teams, the Bankers, Mount- Police, Veterans, Jack Hardware and Coal hurst Goal- hurst made a plea to be allowed to pjay In the city league, and will be allowed to come in on the understanding that they vHI play all their gamu on local ice. Arrangements wiil likeiy Oe muue "to give Coalhurtt fans a few games on their own ice, -..Ihess will be in the r-iture of ?x- S Mbltfgne, the Rules1' -r A few of the rules of the league hava already been decided but .the .final draft will .have lo await :the meeting of the league repre- td be held later in Inc .week. Here are a few of the however: The league will play seven man hockey w'ilh_ no substitutes except In case of iccldent. Fifteen men may be signed by any one team. If another player Is y lo-bs taken on, one of thosci al- .ready sTgritd will have to be drop- All, players must produce ama- vr; Uur card si achcdule will consist of 20 fimes all of which are to be play- ed on the L.A.A.A. rink. This will mMfi that each team will meet .every other team twice. If posplble three games a week be played, but owing lo the Y fiet 'that arrangsmenti must be for district league games, It -.yrili'Hof be pouible to play that number. A nomber of hockey nTghli must alio be flct aside for the I n termed Tat es and the ladles. Dlilrlel Hockey The dlvtrict league Is be- ginning hi ihape vp, and on Wed- nesday nifiht a meeting held, here of repreMntatlves of Lethbrldge, Taber and Pjnchar with Bow lilanrf also if they wish to In. Presi- dent Dinning hac not yet heard from Bow Island.'though they tn- tlaiited wme time ago that they wished to cst Into the dlitrict league. -Piricher Creek is very anxTous" to get Into the Lethbridge, Macleod Taber. in preference to a Crow district group. 7.30 p.m. to form a District Hockey League. The following lo'-vns hare signified their IntenUon.ol comlDg :D- to the league: Plccher Creek, Mac- leoJ, Taber and LethDridgo. It is hoped Dow Island tflli send a representative to the The following represeDtatlves will attend: II. D. Anderson, Taber. H. S. Atkins, Macleof'- A. Levasseur, Finchcr Creek. K. J. Diunlng, Lethbrldge. subject '.o change at any time: Senior hockey (City Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays Monday, Wednesday, fiu-iy, ti.45 to p.m. School leagiia Tuesdny and Thurs- day, 4 to 5.30 p.m. Ladles' To ba Arranged with tnc Cily Loigue Hockey Associa- tion. The Ij- asV for Ine coopera- tion ot tlie dllfcrent cluba In ercry possible. They Lave a very heavy program mapped oat for the rink and it is only by everyone displaying a .spirit ot giro and take that ibey cati hopo lo meet the demands. The offi- cials ol tha association will retain en tiro conlrol of the rink and will nnbo ftny changes in Iho ahovo prj- gram which may uo deemed necessan-. Postponed games Tvill bo worketl in when the- opportunity offers. Pat Moran Refuses Offer to Turn Actor This Winter And .Will Stick to Baseball BE! ON VELVET Difference on Exchange Be- tween France and England Bet PAJIIS, NOT. CIN'CIN'NATL NOT.. 'ol'Moran, of's champions, Is a baseball man puro and el tuple. and has no ambition to break Into other fields of endeaTor. Pat has Jnst refused two lucrative offere ot time TBUdeville circuitv. and has de- clined to write a series of articles a him lo The Best in tHeWfltW For the inside worker. Come k (be afternoon and Ity it. Dominion Bowling Alleys Basement, Dominion Bldg. 'WASHINGTON, Nov. president's, annual message lo congress wltl not be transmitted until Tuesday, It was said today at the White House. If Is ex- pected to carry r. large range of subjects with particular attention to the Industrial situation. President WHson has been working on the message Tor two weeks, dictating to a steno- grapher In his sick room. Be- cause of his illneis, the president will find It necessary to depart from the customary methcd of de- livering thc-mes'saga In person. TAXI WHITE AND 30HNSON Special service on'Country Trips Oflict Pi-en- 787; RES. 1210 Offlct nt Club Cafe AUTO PAINT SHOP Cor. 4th Avo. ami ISth'Gt. S. Phon; 787 or 1210 All Work Guaranteed Satr.factory Pair.tfng and Varnichlnr) a Specially. ,THE ONLY RADIATOR SHOP IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA, THAT MAKES A SPECIALTY OF RADIATORS ONLY. "We devote our ivllolo lime lo raduUor probtcme. ANDY THE RADIATOR MAN 413 Fifth St B. BOWLING TONIGHT The Bankers and Barbers will clash tonight at llio Do- minion ID a Ilve-plii league Eiiture. as a literary man. Thouh quite SUCCESSFUL BAZAAR large sums would Lave been added to tbe Moran exchequer by accepting these propositions, tht Red leader Carpentier -will have a powerful ally (irmly relused them allr and will stick fighting for him whsn he laces JOB! to baseball as bis profession. He has AT MILK RIVER BcckclL at Kclbcrco Stadium en wish lo -become "an "actor c! the rate of exchange. Carpeuiler ivrilor, and prefers to remain In Ihe j cad In (Fron Our OWD 1IILK R1VEH, Nor. Mr Floyd of. Ccinmsrcc spent the A. X. Spintle1 motored lo Dow A i Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Doll Carlson and fain- wers callers a'l the homo of Mr. and Mrs..H: Ware a on Sunday. i Mr. :tutl Mrs." Fred Penny visited at I Elzlkorn Sunday.'" .1.1 John son of John of Plciisanl was taken to Medi- cine Hat hospital Monday 10 undergo "rcalnlenl fool. Mr. Harry "Foster" motored from Medicine- Hat Thursday and is Epcnd- "ng a few day's "iif'lb'e district. Mr. and Mrs. 'SCcphcnsoii Sunday Iho fiucsls of Mr and Mrs. George Wares. Mr3. and Mr. and RETREADING DONE BY EXPERTS Gel your Next Ketrc-ad Dont By Us. SECTIONAL AND BROKEN BEADS OUR SPECIALTY Wo flrc spcclallsls in Vulcan- izing Waders. UtklrUge YnlcHizinj Werts 712 Third South PHONE 1661 Classic Left Out of First Pro- gram Has Now Included receive win, IOEB, or to reports- At tho normal rale of exchange this mean that Ihe French chain- nlon would receive about francs, bnt with Lhe cxchanfo rale as it (5 al" present running a'L about -10 francs to the pound, CarpenUer'a share' will amount to almost 200.000 Cranes. Carpenller Las wagered or approximately tno difference calllos In which, he has achieved high B0nl_'f0 jjr. Mrs. Fred Slcel- nonora and for which ho'Inla a sonj jfQT 25. self best lilted, Mr. nad UTS. a Pat was offered two theatrical ec-lson, NOT.'21. gagoments, one oii the "big time" and i Mr.-and Mrs. Croplcy, a the other on a one-night stand son. Nor. -27. cull through Ohio, Indiana and Keo-J The First Aid Girts met Tvith the tucty. There iras quite a lot of." Mlases Proasers on Inst Saturday money for him in either engagement nflcrnoori. Eome Mrs, Coates la Tisltinfi. Irlends In Thursday Jmrt thinr for wmnn wwther when therc'i only cold inter MHII 'I ft htt 4 wiLfa eM M witiboL LONDO.V, Nor. Belgian ilymplc committee held an important neetlng at 'Brussels recently. The principal business transacted was Ion of tte original Hat cC IracK ajid events for Iho meet of ncit year, which will he.held at Anlwerp. The historic Marathon Olrmplc event which was lelt out of Ihe first an u a an cement on Iho list of competi- tions seat out'early last summer, was added "lo, Ihe program. of ISM, Adopted The committee also decided to bold lha games under the rules suggested a I the congress held in Paris, 1QH. ivlns lo Lbe war a ratification of the hy a full role taken at tho time 'designated which was to bavo heen In 1915. The however, at the suggestion of president of the International OJym pic ronirnlLleo, Jlaron Pierre rte Con- hertin, hare accepted the suggested rules arv.l regulations aa laid down by ho 1M4 congress as official for Iho imljig event. Tfao mlcs that the gomes will ho run off under Haiti tho number or entries from each country In each event to E'K. ,U (he Stockholm games hero Iras no.JImlt lo tho number ol rotrica. Er.gFand lo Fore The Unilefl Slates will nol hare snch a walkorer nt the meet In former years. England is going abead Tcry {aat on plans lined out to a strong track aad field QJ.' Hundreds of athletic meets Are being run wocXly ihroughoat Great HrlLalD and eomc. really good la lent Is oclng brought to tho sur- face lip Ihe work of the English ath- letic associations. For the cprinls, mliMic and distance erenla Iho Kng- will bo extremely well fitted out. Ho was also otrcrcd a large aam for BARONS DEFEATS CALGARY The Barons Bowlers toak a fall out I the Women's Inatltute on tho second said tho Wetlncadoy In December. Red leader. "I thlak I can say, with- i Deleany o[ CQlgary was In lown negative manner. "I am a baseball out undue boasting that I hare had on basmess. during tha weeV. -some success In my chosen profes-' Mrs. Geesoleman has htr sister and of. the Calgary boys at Ihe bichangcj j b t d t b lb t husband, Mr. and .Mrs; 1'artord, or alleys, Calgarr Thursday afternoon mc t break ]iQes ror Waghlugton. Tlaitfng her. The boja from the Eoulh hare had R0 good steady form all the way acd won not an aetcr aml l ncTer oh total pins by 111. The "Doctor's" choJco roolJne help- ed a lot. Doc sprung eome new ones, never heard before in these parts, and could jeforo the surprised It was Calgary lost hoys j stage experience. 1 cotriil make quite' a bit of money by going on tho udcvllle stage this winter with me sort of a monologue, it I do not consider myself fitted sort of thing, and so I dc- I nm I ilrs Is Tlslllug her parcnls In hid any Saskatchewan. "T. Cannlngham, of Lethhrldgo was 'on business Thursday. Monlsomerj', of Lcthbrldgc i town on business during llic The Catholic Ladies' Aid held their Louie Carlson motored to Medicine Uat Monday. Mr. Henry AVaitc, ol rieasaiit View, was a Medicine Hat rlsllor Monday. The snowslorn; hero Monday cov- ered Ihe ground" about three Inches Bnd the weather Is pretty frosty. Op- timials say it all helps for next year's crop, EO we Jiarn no kick coming. Mr. Hud West, ot RUlkom, mo tored through to Medicine Hal Mon- day lo visit .their little dnughtcr nt- tcnding school thero. Air. Splnklo hag lieeu laid up with bronchitis since Friday. Here's hop- Ing lie will soon be able to Le uround again. "lisa Thompson, who has hcen teaching Prospy school, resigned and left for her homo In the Slates last Mr. B. Lancaster lefl for Oregon Cily last Tveclt where ha hag secured a position net 11 Spring. i good sport. Kulpus W. Mooro Leadbetter IVC5OI] J. Mooro Totals Patrick Dolllgnam Hemming IJroome Shaver Totals needs no introduction as The reanll Barons' 187 ___ 2M ___. HI 178 101 897 Calgary 1S1 "IDS 171 137 176 follow 170 205 ISO 183 222 850 201 145 101 152 171 1C7 I holh of tho offerings to mo. Bazaar In Ellert'a hall on Thuraijay work which was dcoornlod with nags and bunting was rticate wished me to write or dlclale real h'vUlns and cosy lea egca a eertea of articles OP Ihe national slderiug Iho weather and Ihe. game, DUE I am not a writer any crowd was Tory toad ami all spent I more than I am an actor and 1 lamed -Tel1- Thft Jjnc7 vork bootl1 waj. in down the proposition. believe (hat charr-j ot lira. Henry Kllert ond Mrs. houM stick on the Ibing he Folcy aml HTH- Hunck; vnntry lablca, iesl and not try lo nso -what 'Mr9- tablca ami Supper, Le may hare gained" In Mrfl- nctj Kllerl, Mrs.' Doftcrly. Mrs. baseball lo break Into some lino that O'Connoll, Sirs. Sliea, Mrs. Hccb, Jlra. iDnrnes, Mrs. Madden. I Tho cushion that wna raffled, donat- LADY FOOD INSPECTOR EVADES PHOTOGRAPHERS to Iho rc- cenlly 'cabled apnolplmenl or a lady food Inspector by Ihc yermondslcv Council to keep track of shopXeuping nrofllcors, this lajj started on her duties this Her advent result cd In being chased' hy newspaper and she was onll po by bcramliling over a wall AUTO OWNERS Wo marfce Storm Curtains with EltisK Ushtft, anrl radiator COT- .cra. Everything Tor .the Auto Tout THE LETH- 3RIDGE AUTO TOP DEPOT Street Neil Co Herall Office G. T. BLUNT, PROP, H, Sfinici! Station Sarvlco SlaKon for Ihe ramoa.t K-W Arngnctoa. Allp malic1! of magnetos, colla ro paired. Full stock of parts car- ried. All work guaranteed. MAGNETS RECHARGED The Roy Electric Co. 518 4th Avenue South PKONE 73t 0 Electric Welding CAR REPAIRING Uwford Welding Co. 2nd Avc., Opp. Lelhbrldflt Hate] Phnno SSI S3! BOB he la nol fitted for." Tat will devote iho winter to Beck- ig of titrcnglhonlng Iho ned3 for their neit campaign, which be hopes wfll be as nuccesaful as of last season. Tho Red leader ed hy MrE. Iloal Smith, won by ABncs Shea. The doli by Aid was won by Mr, f'oolc. Tho donated by Mrs. Dola was won by enuo'al New VorX, .tare quantities :a lalk Phone with Mannger Tiiillanaimila of hair tonic and llmmoni a: made Into "whlakoya" and bars. -BULL AFTER TAIT Krankio Jlall ol Toronto, known ID Easlern Canada as Iho Canadian weigh! champion Js uflcr Iho ecalp ol nionto- Talt, acconUng lo a letter TC- celrcd br Sealer. Kclmonton Bull T7aots ft bout wlth'TaSt tinker any drcurastaacea or tbe Ed- monton bpxor cares to name. Hull uses writing paper and envelope which In their letter head announce to the no (tic Caandlan light- champion. Bull tie accommodated'. rlil probably Barons won by 111 pins. Col. Porter, chief ot Internal re7- [3 not one to lie Idle during tho off season and lie !s already deeply In correspoFidtTicxj v.-lth Tfirloas clubs with regard lo ni-vr ulayem. He had Lloyd iro of ioM lvitl1 reference lo securlos lu- fielder .Ham Crano for the llcds. BASKETBALL PRACTICE AT THE f'Y" TONIGHT Tlicre itlll be a basketball practice between tno first and tccocd learaa al'lbe "Y" en p.m. and all fllaycra wlio.oro dCBlrona of making cither of thasa two ttftmsi 3'nould bo on deck- nl 7.30 flharp. H is ImporUint that you tia on lime, S3 wo tan only havo Ihe uto of Iho floor from 7.30 Nothing definite was arcotnijHghcJ. bul there will probably be Bomclhlng [doing, neu week, when Hcndrlcfca Is [coming over linro (o talk over the mailer witlj Prcsl'lcnt HcrrrnanTiii as Inlter relnrns from and Iho casl. Moran Tbii gooao donated hy also has m acveral I other on ,etes o, Mrs. Hiinck won hy Mr..D. Decry. Tha Eum realized was around 7ho liidtca wl-ih lo thank Lhd Hank of Commerce for loan of flags. Mr. CoMea for dCehcs, and Mr. Kranfc Bllrrt onrl all who helped PO gener- ously- Mr. and JocJiCHm bare as their guest. Air. Jochcum's molhor, Mrs, Jochcum, of Minnesota. Mr. 'Downey, of Coiucl company, Is In town on business. Mrs. Coburn, of Wnrncr, was In on Thursday. Mr. Williamson was ir. town of whom was ,n Thursday on