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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 1, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TOE igiTORPJOie^ia^^ DP FATHER m By G. McMamis WOW! I e COOKS r�OT ^ "TWO CtNT THt*� l�i A fOoATe evELRT one OF the CA��fet> , r^rr'"^ THE VfORK SAt-TE�.i.*�Ot� MOriOANO THlKr TMCfett T ^It^t la iCScittuiiie Pleasure to Dine Here Thero are so many featnraB of dining here that make yon leare with an anticipation of coning again. The food, the aervloe,. the environment, the entertainment^ the cool, fresh atmosphere, the courteous attention,are all ideal. The S3ver Grill C. E. MOORE, MQR. J5bK Pourth Ave, and Fifth �t BASKETBALL TONIGHT AT THE Y.M.C.A. Wiilard Coming Back Again C$n This Item Be a Joke? NEW YORK, Dec. 1 -Tex ^JiUt]Ealxl announced today he ^d,received contracts signed by "J�4 l^ijlard, former world's |ieavyweiglit boxing champion; Demps^y, present titlehold- er and Bill Brennan, for a cham-'pionship bout on Marcli 17, 1921, hetween Wiilard and the I winner th  The newly appointed esacu-   tive of the Iiethbridge hockey  ^ league will meet tonight in the ^ Herald office at 8.15 o'clock. O A "There is a lot ot hustness to ^  get through and intermediate   hockey will be one of the big  4> things so every member is re- ^  quested to be on hand, as well , 4> ^ as representatives of the dif- 4> ferent intermediate teams. ^   GEORGE FIELD iS RSI KDOM FOR ANOTHER RUIH'JS MAGNATE'S PRAYER Every Club Owiier Fishing For Baseball Playerslfor Next Year CONTEST TODAY Prize Money WUI Be Higher Next Week-All Money Received Goes Into Prizes Provided that we did not end the good old jug of Bait! \ The jug of Bait, the grand old jug, that brought us Care's surcease. While in the waves below the fish could dance and dart at peace! r'br members of the new National Commission: Senor DeOro, the pool champion; Hahs Kah|'e.malhen|" ihc Finnish athteti^;^ and BuffalV ^orn, ^war chief of the Ogallala Sioux. Well, why not? Don't they know at much about baseball aa the other gentlemen who have been suggested for the positions? Herald Football Competition 1 ENTRY FORM PLAYED DEC. 4TH ENTRIES CLOSE DEC. 3RD IVIIDNIGHT. First Division Blaclal witii Kearns." COSTLY GOLF LIN'KS P.411IS.-It is said the golf course' at Monte Carlo is the most expensive in the world. It is laid out on ;i rooky mountain side li.OOO feet above soa level and ecst ?300,000 to coustrucu [ BY HEiK. NEW YORK, Nov. 30.-With the basebail war averted by Ban Johnson's surrender, the managers of the various clubs In the niajor leagues will now begin to strWlgthen their" teams fof next sea�m. ,^at winter only one tralde'^ of any" importance was put through: that was the transfer of Babe Ruth from the Red Sox to the Yankees. Trades duritig the coming winter, however, shoiild be brisk, as there is not a manager in either league who does not want to strengthen his team. . And among owners money will not be an objaet in strengthening their clubs.. Al\ :^e praying to land a second Babe Ruth tn order to add a million dollars to 'the box office re-celptp; but it will be a long time before another Home Run KIi^ ils unearthed. , � � T. I f'' Miller Huggins "xit the Yankees is looking for new outfield material and a pitcher to help Mays, Quinn, Shaw-key and Collins. Fof' an outfielder Hug-gins wants one fleet of foot. He is anxious to pOt more speed in the team's make-up. Ruth of course, is a fixture in the outfield garden. Larry Doylei Getting Old Manager MoGraw of the (Slants wants a second baseman, one who can hit as well as field. Larry Doyle's days, are about over, and JicGraw is anxious to replace the. veteran with a seasoned second-sacker. And money will be no object to. McGraw in going after the man he wants. Of course, he is still in the market for Rogers Homsby, star sticker of the National League, but it looks as if Homsby will stay vrith the Cardinals. Wilbert RobinEon. is not going, to stand pat on his Tihampion Dodgers. The burly leader wants to add strength to his pitching arid catching outfits. He is anxious to get hold of Perdie ScKupp once a king with the Giants, and now with the Cardinals, and a deal may be made with St. Louis to bring the former star southpaw to the Dodgers. And if Robby lands Schupp there is no doubt he will bring him b.ack to the form he displayed with the-Giants, for Robby has no peer w,hen it comes to developing pitchers. Jeff Pfeffer may be involved in the deal to bring Schupp to Brooklyn. Robinson is also on the lookout for a first-class catcher. Otto Miller is about through and Robby plans to keep him in the capacity of coach and assistant manager. The Cnbs and the White Sox. especially the last named, must be strengthened. Comiskey's team has been shot to pieces since the baseball scandal and the suspension of most of his stars, and a lot of talent is needed to replace }he passing of the dishonest monibera of the team. Comis-key has no trading material, and he will have to rebuild the M''hite Sox with hard, cold cash. Johnny Evers is out to vindicatn himself as a manager and plana to add material strength to tl;e Cubs. Geqrge Gibson Is after a coupte of inflolders and a pitcher to strengthen the Pirates. The Phillies and Braves are both in need of new talent, which also apnlies to the Tigers, Senators and Athlctir-s, as well sfs the two St. l/ouia teams. Tlio Indians and Reds may stand pat, although Tris Speaker would like to add another pitcher to hifi staff. The ilods are apt to lose some of their chestlness next season and play the same' brand of ball that won them the high honors in baseball last year. If tUejf do the team will be hard to beat. ' George Field, 161S 2nd Avenae A. north, Letbbridge, was the winner ot last week's football competition. He had thirteen out of sixteen guesses correct for which he will receive $10. Those who won second money had eleven correct and they all went to city football fans. One gratifying point in tbts Is the fact that one lady figures in the second prize money, Mrs. M. A. Taylor, General Delivery. In the third money Is Miss Rina l^ennant, 732 17tb street N. Only one outsider figures this week and that is Mr. Jamas Watson ot Michel, B.C., who has been with the competition tor some time. The number o/. guesses received last week assures the fans better prise money next week so don't drop out., Keep On coming and keep every week; up. Another increase is looked for| this week and every time the nnmber .pf entries' jump so does the prise money the following week. ^ In last week's competition twenty-five guessed nine correct and among these were a lot of new members. This week's money" will be up te twenty-five dollars and we would like to push this up to three figures, so enconrage your , friends to Join. It is up to you. Following are the prize winners: First Prize, of 110.00 for 13 correct, goes to Geo. Field, 1618 2nd Ave. A. north, city. Three gave 11 correct and each receive $2.00-I. H. Emmerscm, 314 15th St. N., city; Mrs. M. A. Taylor, i'General Delivery, City; W. P. Fowler, Box 61, City. The Third Prize ot $4.00 lor ten ; correct, is shared by five, each receiving 80 cents.-James Watson, Michel, B. C; C. Mullin, 1819. let Ave. N., City; W. J. McArthur, 626 19th 91. N,, City; Miss Rina Tennant, 1917. StJi Ave. N., City; R. Hall, 732 17th St. N., City. LEAGUE OPENS President Dinning Sends Out Letter^i to Last Year's Managers On top of the suggestion from Coleman that a Crow's Nest lint hockey league be organized the officers of the' Letbbridge district league have thrown , out the suggestion that the district league of last year he organized, with \ the Crows Nest towns as a west section of this league. President Dunning has issued letters to those who' were Interested in the league Inst year ^ asking for action. The idea of making the Crows Nest towns a west section of the league works out well in the matter ot expenses. The travelling expenses of the teams in the Crow country during the playing season would not, by any means, be as great as if they had to romo right down to iiethbridge occasionally. This system would probably moan one long trip in the season for two teams-the winners of the different aections, if home and homo games were played for the championship. Whether or not this is the system lin-uUy adopted Lethbrldge should be linked to the Crow lovsns this winter by a hockey league. BOXING GROWS IN FAVOR TQiRONT(3, Doc. 1.-An evidence tliat boxing is growing In favor in this city was given last "^ight when a j large class ot boys in the Sunday | school gymnasium of a Methodist church in the west end of Toronto had seven boxing bouts ot two rounds each. ME N  S Greatest Price Smashing Sale in Canada The boldest' offering any retail clothing house ever attempted. Here's value unlimited, cut down to less than pre-war prices. $16.50 FLORSHEIM SHOES Wear k Florsheim style of the times, correctly designed and carefully modelled to give comfort to every part of the foot and render long and satisfactory service. RegtiUr I21.G0- Sale price .... FASHION CRAFT OVERCOATS These Overcoats are noted for three things-all wool fabrics, smart styling, superfine tailoring. And really there isn't much more that a fellow wants in an overcoat. They are shown in the approved styles for 1920, and are fashioned from the smartest fabrics and most beautiful weaves. Regular $95.00- A A Sale price .......4>Vl*UU Regular $76.00- A A Sale price .......9d4.UU Regular $65.00- 4> J |" ft/v Sale price .......$*ID�UU ^reVr"7....$4o.oo Regular $45.00- ^9Q A A Sale price .......9�0*UU COAT SWEATERS A sweeping reduction, made at the right time of the year. Pure wool sweaters, heavy and light weight, closely woven, body-shaped, neat collar and trim wrists, durable pockets. In all colors. Regular $18.50- 019 7C Sale price .......^lOaf 3 Regular $16.00- ^11 7C Sale price .......^llafu Regular $12.50- Ae\ Sale price .........^Sl.aU Regular $10.50- 7C Sale price ......�pO�lO PULLOVER SWEATERS Regular $15.00- 4| 1 7C Sale price .......^llald Regular $10.50- ~^ale price .... JERSEYS This popular all.wool and flue knit sweater, best English make, in different shades. Regular $5.00- d�0 71- Sale price .........� J D Regular $6.00- 07 A A Sale price .......^6 I .UV WOLSEY UNDER. WEAR The famous Wolsey Underwear, heavy weight, soft, flue, "virgin" wool, unshrinkable, never goes hard, cannot irritate or "work up." Reg. $18.00 Suit- I 9 C A Sale price .......4)-av�vU Reg. $15.00 Suit- ^1 1 7 c Sale price........ STANFIELD'S UNDERWEAR We do not find it necessary to say anything to recommend this splendid Canadian underwear. Pure wool, unshrinkable. Reg. $7.50 Suit Red d�|- |-|| label. Sale price ...^OiO\3 Reg. $9.00 Suit. Blue label. Sale price ... $U.9v FINE WEAVES Reg. $9.00 Suit- */� IJA Sale price .........9U.9u Reg. $11.50 Suit- *Q rj/v Sale price .........vO.dv Reg. $13.50 Suit- Aq |-|| Sale price .........V�'*vv LAMBSDOWN " UNDERWEAR WOOL FLEECE LINED Reg. $4.00 Suit- dtn �|- Sale prlco .........$Zi.OU Rag. $.3.00 Suit- rfin ar Sale price .........^CtAv HEAVY WOOLLEN SHIRTS A shirt buitablo for the man who works outdoors. Regular $5.50- Sale price ____ Regular $4.50- Sale price .... 444 13861668 ;