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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 4, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE HERALD. THURSDAY. DECEMBER ,'4, "BRINGING UP FATHER" Bv G. McManJis VOU e'Q WALRUS I KNEW "TOU VOOLpJI WANT HER TO4IV WITH MAfW'EOIN THW OF SKAIQtS OT-OLD nm v c- GIBBONS GOT DECISION Skaling is All the Ilage Crowd Well Satisfied i Wilh Ice and Sumuel C. Heldrelh Buj-s La- verne Fator From Stewart Polk ihcre was aay duuti; atout people 01 Lcthbridse irould _ f tate to skating it when the disp-Ucd laat sheet ol Ice literally crowded by enthujiaitlc aVat- -'who i.-nioyed cL ice up. a" lale hour when it began io be as a result ot the soil weather tie The moderaLioo ID Fulton the. "gare a. on. Jve" had a line glsre of ice li'sl which means .in T at tendance' Toe band was l-Tjlaytrs are not the only hu- mans in the sport world, thlt can he toughl and sold at long prices. The event ot the Empire Clly--Sac- ing association's suinmer the sale Jockey'just put of hla ap- prenticeship class' for Tho buyer was Samuel C. Hildreth, owner and traJner of Purchase, Lucul- lite and other cracks; the seller, Stew- art Pqlt, at. Mont, and the lad that'' changed1.' handa, LaferaB Ffctor, who .will not IS untfl Aag. 'wtio'hsils from -Twin" Falls, I Ida. LOCALS' SCALP ON ALLEYS K Won My 75 Pins in First Round of New Unbeatable Barons came, Barons saw, Barons conquered. The Millionaires were not to ba de- nied last night when they Invaded (he Dominion Alleys lo tangle wllh the local crew. With Dill Moore billing I (hem to the tuue of 617 for the three ;amc3 there was nothing to It- It was Hll'5 best game here In unny moons and his team mates perked 'up 'con- as saw him sweeping be hoards. Pnrcy Irwln of lha locals was closest to the Dnrons leader's 'orra, getting within nine pins of Ihe 100 mark. Barons won by 75 on the round, Jkins all Ihreo Barnes, the firil br 23, :he second by and the Ibird by ZZ, BUI 225 in the second game was hlgh.Glngla. Percy Irwin had wo. games orer tue double century mark. The scores: LETHBR1DCE 1st 2nd 144 17R 122 320 SEATTLE, Dec. Tommy tile-bone, of St. Paul, won a de v clsiou over Krank Frtruier, o[ v Tacoma, In a Eix-rouud boul v hero tonight. SEiUiM EUROPEAN BMIILE The Best Use For the inside worker. Come in the iHenMMi and try it. Dominion Bowline; Alleys Basement, Dominion BEdf. AUTO PAINT SHOP WHITE JOHNSON Phones All work EuanL'iWetl satisfact- ory. PulntEng auil varnishing R specialty. Corner 4th Ave. and 15th St. S. Georges Carpentkr and Joe Will Clash to DC- .cide Winner were bullying and knockiuB about? Dec. brain will beat Bcchell'E Manager champion. Speaking of Iho 20-round fishl Dp- Des- .there.and everything was set for ,eood lime.-aad Ibc crowd had IL I He rode his tint race at L-A_V_4.-rs doing everything Cube. Jils first win- to -popularize Xbe rlnJf, and .aing Tippoo Sahib, on Feb. 11, to be doing a good Job of if and 'gracuated .as an. apprentice nt the Hockey practice.tonight and skating Aqueduct1 meeting less than a .fort- band: JIMMY WIJ.DE iMEETS ON SATURDAY Sj.'. i.'.Vn Saturday Jimmy Wilde, herald------- ai (Wgrcalest fighter for his size ho'won't jbiye long to wait, for ho Is tbat-ever pulled oa a mitten, will pretty ,rjezr a match for any of them bow la an Amcricaii audi-'r.ow. He was rolsed on a cattle ranch, iciiceHn., .Milwaukee, "when he has a I has been nround horses ail his Hie, Is little' argvuent with Jack Sharkey'afraid of nolbtar. has a cool, quick ajo, when. he rode bis fortieth "If I had a.elrioE ot horses llko Ilildreth's I wouldn't have sold my contract; Tvith Ihe boy for Polk remarked. ".Vile is .goInE-'lo be the grefltent jockey In the'.country and Schjvellzer Swanson Sinclair Evans [versoa W. Moore Leadbctter Williams J. Moore of the squared arena. Sharhey. 'a .this one. bqier of sonic Hlllc fame. I can ride at 38 pounds, and has. Jwstcd i to make 115 'he .can make. 100 iioundB and eat three iJdunils rlnealdc, but Iho chances a day." Oral he will scale more than this. The] Falor !j the second crack locley will tip the team atlHolk has bonghl oat and sold for a not more than lions price. Alfred Johnson, who rode and Is thus conceding a big ad-Ibis race lit February and to Ihe American. Jimmy, who winning mourns to his credit tho fol- rbeen accustomed ifj giving all.hls bpponcnla In land, has only a couple of dc- 'lleiu scratched up asainit .in rounds by thai clever scrapper Tancy Jjee, and Ibc 'other In four rounds lo Pal Moore i.lif Wilde's backers, nnd la Ipjjicm, "loolTfor him to 5record over Sbarkey. 'FLEMING WON THieTIME VONTREAb. Dsc. back to Ihe splendid form exhibited In tlio i boat, with Nick Michaels, two lowing Angust; Tfa3 the other. The contract with him was sold to J. H. Rosseler, A prominent California turf- man, for The contract wllh Fator, for which Mr. Hlldrelh paid a like sum, has a little more thin'lhrco years to rue. ENGLISH TEAM MAY TOUR CANADA VANCOUVER, Dec. United, one of the well known Eng lUh soccer football clubs, Js consider- ing a Canadian lour for next Eum ;FrankJe Flawing1 scoreil a dcch-lmer. Con. Jonep, the Vancouver sport :ylctory over Hetrnan Smllh, of 'BiafralDj- In 6. lO-round bqul here lo- This was Fleming's second Ing with EtnlUi within a few s. In the previous boul at- But- ihlo.fSniltb. was given Iho decision. promoter, has offered a guarantee of (or Iho ot the visit- ing footballers If will visit TJrll- Isti Columbia and play a series of ei- hlbliton gamea with a picked local team. That is Joe Beckett the heavyweight boxer." "The 'man.' looked as if ho had seen a ghost, but he paid mo the sort jor conipllmeut i like. 'Mr. Beckett 3. "Carpertier'a must Lave -wonderful patience cm] 's icontrol over Ills temper to Lave stood ld ot the he said." amateur commltteeE o! tho American a Trap Shooting Assoclallon here today. The assr-clatlon alEO plnnncd gram for Ihe 3930 EtMEon, Is said, promises to be the beat in the history of the sport-la this country. Cholco of Chicago, Cleveland, Toledo or Atlantic City for tha shootlne classic of the season, the.grand Am- TAXI WHITE i JOHNSON Special pervlco on cou'utry trips. Phone 737. Hes. .1210 OFFICE AT CLUB CAFE erlcau anothw subject PRINCE ALBERT TAKES OVER PROPERTY IN TAX ARREARS PIU.VCE ALBERT, Sask., Dae. The city of Prince Albert Inday becomes tnc owner of all property which was in p-rrcars of taxes up to 1918 anil on .which taxes scientific be said. '.'It will be were paid yesterday under' the 10 circ-5'.h with a punch acalnst brains I year spread which Is part of the nr- will win ever? tlxue." with Its bondholders for the com- "Beckelt, who Is training hard at position of its debenture debl: During i home In Southampton, does not' November and up to last night take time to talk about the fight. 000 In arrears anil curreut taxes were Bnl hii are rlolne It forilaken In and for Ibe year BO far1 THE ONLY RADIATOR SHOP IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA, THAT MAKES A SPECIALTY OF RADIATORS ONLY. devote our svliolo time to 'radiator problems, ANDY THE RADIATOR MAN' 418 Fifth St 1U pounds, has been taken In. The ar- lo Be decided al, Ihe meeting. Other questions Included revision ot division of the United States and Canada into sonflB to increase ef- ficiency In management of the sport, melbods'of assessing dues of amat- coiflirting ajid penc4 on Joe auaoat to! rangement made with the dehenlura H7 212 1S9 SSO. BAKONS' 1st 2nd isg 192 157 1H 134 156 225 162 177 179 3rd Toi.'eurs and fllmtniSvm SOS tournaments. 251 179 10D 691 54 i 3rd Tot 5Z3 617 472 520 613 S17 839 MAILS MAY GO UP AGAIN horler, has been well known by the sportlnj frightfully bird to jet the :ontract with the Cleveland who won J75.0CO In the trteed to any who should do league team through Chet "African better Quite Cocky EAK FHAXCI3CO, Dec. Mails, Sacra offered a coi Thomas, veteran Cleveland catcher, xtlng as -scout for .''the. Cleveland dlans here, according lo reports in local baseball circles. Malls has been up In the big leagues before, Cleveland is w.lhout i first-class lefthander and Thomas, who has watched Malls during the ast year, ho'Is about'Otic for another chance at the, big show. Johnny Coatley Won in Southampton regards it sonethlni; approaching foolltaiiMi for Carpantler to five 20 pounds to their champion. Betting Is 5 to 4 and 6 to..4 rjoe 'tha British webzht 'champion whose rictorj- oyer tadle Mctforty Is regarded la landi as sufficient iBg the title holder with DempMy, Is hy B'O meanl .a newcomer in tha box- holders In -Una' respect has' proven a success and though a definite state- ment has not yet from tho city lull It is assumed that practically al'l the property that had reasonable commercial value has been redeemed. RETREADING DONE BY EXPERTS Get your Next Retrud Dant BX Us. SECTIONAL AND BROKF-N BEADS OUR SPECIALTV We aru specialists In Vulctn- izlng Wadere. 712 Third South PHONE 1M4 He bcirVn i at 13 yean of age and at lhat waa known as "Joe Deckett, tha boy boxer." He wa> one of the numer- oas English boxers, who performed In booths at country fain, maet- ing all Comers. In detalllnc Ui ai- perfence's, said: busy fair, limes I have foufht in 6ne day aa many as 20 contests of, three rounds each, Ibodgh of conrje, tbey did not til raat three rounds, .'uy orderi were to see that NEW YORK, Dec. slreet ni caallenier remarned on his feet and gambling circles are discussing when time was- called at the'end and wondering at the luck of Johnny of the third round, though iiiany tried guar- tblj. DEMOLISH FAMOUS AUTO SPEEDWAY NEW TOnK, Dec. of the Shecpshead Bay speedway, on whlch.many International auto races have been contested, wad begun to- day. The property will be divided In- to building lolt. It was announced lhat the upkeep of Ihe two mil luiovn as Crape, this week in an.up< town hotel. Coakley, who Ij described as "How I awaggereu about that small arena live a lion wilh tall op! -It-inakei me ?rolle to look back Ing twenly-eljht years ola, slight of now at the boj 1 was. I am Bathing build and a naliy dreiser, Is tald like EO fond of fighting since I took to be one of tho fastest gamblers "Not long ago a well known comedian's 'man' knocked horribly ID the wlnga of a music- developed in the "White light" dis- trict In many years. An old time "African golf' de- votee who happened lo be on the ball ,st'age because I scene'when Coakley of bI3 mailer's wigs 'when they told a reporter today whtt he knew were about to be I took ot the circumstances .surrounding the young streak. "Do 1 know Coakley? Every his.abusive language and .physical force' without 'a word of. protect, knowing that I was In the wrtmg, gambler Knows' him, He'a on a I comedian Raid to' nil great streak right now. It he should for only a few erenla year been (onnd Ineradicable slnco Ihe ,1? 17 dealb of Harry S. Ilarkness, the mil- llonalro tport enlhusiast. ef sport TRANSFER HUDDER3FIELD TEAM TO LEEDS Der. Money not being forthcoming to secure their rcmalDlng at Huddcrsfield, tho Bcc- ond league foolbal] club of HudderE- happen (o slip he would, come up wilh gold. Everything is running way. Ho made so many passoi jlhe olher night ryhody broke .ce ot an hour. there Is no slopping him. lie would Just on a roll of the dice 33 take two portions, of grapefruit for his breakfasl. _- "Coakiey has been slioollng craps erer since ho was a boy- Ho one of Ihose kids that has grown vp with, (he garr.c. last year he had 'It back. Tho afterward you know woo that Ij yon field Town has detinllely D.Jt loss'cj ____ with permission of the league he won Ibis week Is all in tee, to transfer lo Leeds, to take llic place of Leeds Clly, now disbanded. Tho league commltlce'n decision Is nuo next week. Afamhmm Tops canli. "The game was on the up find up LB all games are In which Coaklcy tnkes parl. They use aareral palra of dice. No mailer how often they hangc them on Johnny, ,lhcy roll on Ihe (able Just to suit him. I'll .ell you how lucky be he should aivitch ami bet wrong Iho tllco will not make a pass. Ho lias Kof. the dice mesmerized." RUTH USED 70 FIOHT IN ZERO IN SPORT NEW YORK, Dee. teams In .the 'six day bike race at Garden were for flral place at eight o'clock Ihla'mom- Ing, Ihe SOth hour ot Iho contesL Berrlc, of the Italian learn, waa riding sllghlly ahead of tho othcra, who had entered 1482 mllen nn4 eeTan lapa at lhat hour.' Tho CariaJlan-American learn of Spencer arid Chapman and the r'rcnch-. Belgian irorc one Ian behind tho other's. '.The record for the 80lh hour. 19 miles hnd nix lajis, mado by Ooulette ahil'Grenda NELSON CUBS TAKE TO ICE DISVTRICT HOCKEY LEAGUE O At a'.meeting held hero on 4 Wednesday nlshl R district hockey leagne wllh teams from Plncher 'Creek, Letbbridge, Macleod and Taber was organ- Ized. Bow Islacd did opt enter, being .unable lo scare up'a v strong enough tcarc. A full-re- port ot the organization meet- Ing will be published Jo.- Fri- day's Eport page. AUTOOWNERS Wo marko Slorm CJrtalns with glass llghtl, anil radiator car- ers. Everything Ter the Auto THE LETH- BRIDGE AUTO TOP DEPOT 6th-.Street Ken to Herald Otflce G. T. BLUNT, PROP: EASTERN HATS t'CAPJ DAD andliis LAD K-W, Service Station Serrlcft SUtton for llio K-W Jfagnelos. All inflJfos nt mairiclos, geneiators, colls re- pulred. Full Block of repair pnrts -car- ried. All work guaranteed. MAGNETS RECHARGED The Roy Electric Co. 118 4th Avenue South PHONE 731 Electric Welding CAR REPAIRINQ" Lawford Welding Co. 2nd Opp. Lttr.brM5e HoKI Phone v 4 LOS ANOEOE3. Calif., Dec. Salic" Ruth the home run champion, says hr; used to be In preliminary ton- Icsts In Baltimore. "J always wanted to lie n protLSaional lie said, "but 1 gave up any future 1 might hare had in lhat Kamo lo play baseball. If McCoy anil fit. John lllink 1 have any fulurn 1 am willing to do everything they ask." BECKETT TAVORITE Dec. is slightly fnrorlto In Iho great toxins malch wllh Carptntler (onlglu. 'i 0 Junior Hockey Champion! of Weft Xootenay Busy The Cubs, Junior hockey charnpfnnfi of Weil Kootenay, a'ro llnlnff iin for do liockcy sezson. Ln, Steel, vfho will once more 'manncc Hie itoam, his all bis material lined up. sons lorcther and In 28 gimet played have won 20. Two ycnrs ago they won the cup cinblfimallc ot the West Krxjienay junior ohamplonshln, nnd laat Keftson thoy'sricceafifiilly defcnil- td Ilia tltlo ngatnsl Trail ami Knslo nho has caplnlncd Iho boys .for several seasons, will ftgaln pilot Ihe champion junior learn anrl'hu Rtntca he hafi all of Usl year's players with one eicepllori, Bcanlan, last yeafg goal IK ID Trail and will probably flgnrp In the lineup of one ot the smelter city tola year. Othar now li alto In view. Among tliois fho are Ifnod up for tbn Icomlne leuon Cho luottc, D. lllnton, L. Dcnireaa, 9. F. Ingram, J. Curran, U and C. Vimy Auto Repair Shop ADAMS BLOCK 13th STREET General Repairs for All Makeilof By Experienced Mechanic! FORD SERVICE At-l- WORK IS GUARANTEED G.F.WILSON W.TULLOCH We Have Installed a Full Equipment ior Repairing AUTOMOBILE RADIATORS Cu lundlt all makei of .cart. Freel and Elliott SHEET METAL WORKERS 336 SIXTH STREET SOUTH. PHONE 1713. ;