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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 6, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE J 7 MONDAY. DECEMBER 'QfitSti BRINGING DP FATHER By G. McManus i WISH i COULD SIT NE HANDS ON ME AN'COAT-t'OUkE TO SEE OiNTV TONlGHr MAXJI NE. OON'T VOU THX TO GET WITH -V3ME I'LU TAKE X0t> TO CAR FARE .HERE CQMe AMOTHtR QUevr -1 Aft NVEU. LET HIM IN? _ IT HELPS KILL, J JAMEVTAKE.MY HAT COAT-1 PRESUME VOUR NAME 15 JAHEV MOW it's a Genuine Pleantre to Dine Here There are so inaby- ot dining here that make joa with an anticipation of coming again. Thu food, tha Mrrioe. tho cool, fresh courteous attention are ail The Sw CMS C. E. MOORE, Cor. Fourth Ave. and Fifth 8t II. S. GOLFERS TO American Stars to certed Attempt on English Title. I HBh. onK Dec 4 am now ahle to announce! definitely that there will lia a great American mvos'on o( Bng laud neil summer A number of tho test players in the United States are Eoug to rnaKe j concerted attempt to capture the British golf championship. Can they win It" Well, helore H-irry V'ardon left our shores told meHhat Bohby Jones of Atlanta >vas tho clever- est young playcrjie had ever seen. An.d ioit further declared. Jones will havo lull maturity ai a "golfer; there'to'remaia' for several In addition, 1 can sla'e that Joaes will be among those present In tha British champidnEhip contests. Por >ears has been the pnpil of J Douglas Edgar, Canadnn and faoathern open who former ly assisted Vardon in England The Atlanti Uov wonder" la there- fore, a finished product of golf Instruc- tion based on the test in British and American golf Edgar Is going to Eng- land with him and -will he his pilot in hoth tho open and amateur champion ships Word reached me tula -week that Chick vrill also trv to make the lee of.the All-India nis associailon has decided to enter sv.team to play for the -Davis Cap In This will .beijthci'Orst.ilnVUsat India has for tiio world's lawn tennis classic. trip has PerEimally.iI bell ere that Jones a belter chance than .Evans to INDIA COMES IN1 commit- S'europhoWa Name Given To' Complaint Manifested in England LONDON {'Neurophohla" is a name that has been givea to a myster lous complaint that nfihds golfers It is a'mentaT rather-'than a-physical com- and it manifests" itself ia: ons ways. i There' case of a man By W. He" yearned' to live in Paris, but' The poor iia'i wasn Inckj" His flrct attempt, he only sot To Paris, In Kentucky. Ho tried but bard ibis: Why should worries' rex ua? He only managed to. arrive la that Email Paris; Teias! And, thwarted on MB next trip out, He vanished, from .the: He slipped himself a good, fat close Of rich old Purls -x Sloan Coca Cola and Shov- er and Nelson First Money for Week. ROSE Sloan vron the Cola at Dominion Bowling Alleys for the Ho rolled. 246 in ten pins This Cola Cola k donated the Coca Cola company for tbe MELTING POT ba'skethall fans will 800D be In the throes of a dislrlct league contest. ThlB week a dis- trict team la being whipped to- gether and the prospects aro that It as good as last year if not better. .It Is likely to nave younger .blood on it and it wUl-lje a'' speedy, team. As soma of the players ivrho are looked for on this team been playing right along this season and have come to.tha front as first class hoopers Lethbrldgo fan- commence to feel a prido in the team Without tak'ng away any of tho glory of last >ears can rest assured Will Us Fairly Fast Aggregation Coleman Wants (o Get Into League (Prom Our Own Correspondent) Picturesque Liars 'I drove this car over miles, and never had a minute a trouble She's belter thaa the day boqght her, and I wonldnt thfiik of Balling, only ho doctor says I've got to'got exer who could waggling He ad dressed tho ball with his clnb in tho usual way, and then, attacked by the neurophibla germ, continued to waggle nntil his opponent ehrleked with the agony oE suspense and the player himself was reduced1 to a nervous wreck. As the game progressed it became moro and more difficult for htm to make up his mind to lash out at the ball In tho end ne went to Barley, street and placed himself ahrae in tho great overseas' tourna Harlety street and placed nimaelf m ments Brans has been a master, but (ier tl10 circ Vspeelahst who prac- I do not looi for him recoier his (lsea bypEobsni oM form after liis collapse this year There probably will ba about a doz- en and profes the British lists Somo of ficlals ot the United States Ooif 4s sociatlon believe fullr a score niil go .Turn about is fair play! From lime to time foreign players have takeri tho American ooen, amateur and women's championships Hero'e looking at Bobby Jones! Five times the Canadian open title has been won. by American golfers Chick'Evans and Francis Ouimet havo "Bnese'' tliu riciuu nuu at times. American are popular in Eng lard None of our representatives has aver been criticized Another form of the complaint la, nfora alarming A man nvecps'hia club the ba'ck swirig and is then seized with a sort of temnorary paralysis .This phase of the golfing career of "ODO promising neurophobla lias: completely the player. He recently, played the first nlrie holss at Bramshot In one or strokes under par figures On the tenth tee, having raised the club somewhere round his necky-he found that ho could nothring-nls-arms down to make the stroke.1 TRIBUTE TO FALCONS TORONTO, Dec M. Glover Pcterharo, the raliring- president of tho 0 H A, delivered his annual fld oress to tlio convention at today's tneelmg Ho eulogized m Articular tae good showing of.tho Falcons ol the Olympic finals COAST BATTIMG STAR GETS CALL TO MAJORS of the purchase, of Earl Sheeley, iflrst. base- man' for the Sal t Lake City Baseb all club ot the.- Pacific Coasl league, was bade by Charles Comtskey, of tho While Sos, hero loday. Tea Jounlan, first: baseman; 'Bird Lynn, 'catcher, were given Ihe Salt LaVe clnff by the Sox iin addition td'a cash'considera- tion, ahepley led the Pacific Coasl league average of -.373 for JOO games He made 32 home rune. A Ballad of, Oil' Somewhere, down in tb.9 old Earth, bodies and oceans, ot priceless worth. The oil is lurking and waiting the spur Of the deep sunk vrjll The lore arc in faior of a leagues, ono including Feraie or Dlairmore, Colemdn, Pincher and Let abridge, dnil one with snot'1 or Lethbriiige learo, Maclcou, Taber .ind Medicine Hat, with a fiiia! Letween tho 'winners Pincher Creek Wants League Pincher Creek.hpckey the following .0. E, U.Uhodes, .A, Jjevasseur; manager, it. The (srito to the different along the Pass, Coleman; Bellevue, etc., also write Lethhridge, Tabor. Cdalhurst the Ideai of forming ajcague.either.up the Pa'EP." or whichever itVis-nYare suitahle 1 A three team league will be orgaty Ized in.the .town. of th'e "Boston American league club will to sought by local interests Josapa F Conway, a former president of the New England Arcatenr Athletic, union baid) Thursday that financial men of the city wero prepared to open nego- liatious with H H Frazee, the present bwuer. If deal most probably would reault .in an attempt to. bring beck to playing rcaiiagement the Red Sra William F. Carrlgan, Golf 13 great as a diversion, but more, how a banker at Lewiston Slaine who terrible than an army'with banners led the team to world's series honors! when it becomes a conver satlou'. RULES GOVEflNING THE COMPE. .TlTION.ARE AS FOLLOWS: FORM I. The corr.rofition' will' bo called Tho Herald Foolball CohipcUttoii. PLAYED DEC. 11TH, :C'ompflUtors will be enlUteO aa iaanj' entries as tTisy desire, provided tacn'cnlcj' 13 ntCorapankO by tw'cnli'-llvc cents, CCJ'JPVDS to' Ibo CLOSE DEC. 10TH :-.MIDNIGHT 1 W vt entries, j r 8. Competitors muat 'cross out the of the clubs they think -nM I'jut and, cross out the namta ot DIVISION Arsenal vs' Chelsea. Villa vs Newcastle. If Ihey consider a draw will result. 4. Cdujxrbs c-an only bd secured from liio Kporting Pflffo ot The Sheffield U. vs Tottenham. Burnley vj Liverpool. All 'monlfia'i-ecolvefl will lio r "SECOND' DIVISION lumed in amount and nurabera of prices will be puWishsd efcry Monday morning for that Wetk'a gimts. Ilesulls-bf compeiltlons will Le publlahcd every Wednte'tJay anil, cheques (6 successful competitors (jfl inftllH receipt ol ronflrmaNon by th'e Athletic. vs Bristol City Ftilham vs Clapton Orient, Wett Ham Stoke. i Wolverharnpton .vs South Shields. DIVISION Brentford, vS'Luton. C. All cnlriea must- bo posted or Swansea. to- Tho Hcr.ird. bt-fora rnW-niffht on Frldro's. A Friday points outside of the city of Lelhtrldse will 'be conaidcretl Mlllwall. Plymouth vs SCOTTISH LEAC5UE .1 conUInTn? a legitimate ertlry. va Partlck Thistle. 7. narno and address of- the competitor, muit be clearly marked on each coupon- vs Albion Rovers, Hamilton vs Clyde. S. SUrnpA must no! be used 8ft vs Filklrk. ment lor entries. 9. AH entrlts must bn addressed to Ihe FxJIlor, Koolhnll Corripetltlon, Heraia- Mthftrldgo. -JO. Rpoitlng will be flnaL 11. Emploeea ot Tfce lltrnid are barred from tho ontur tho Herald Football Cam-pctltloi! in accordance with tho grilles and conditions announcec nbore, and agree lo accept tbo decision as final and let-ally binding. INVISIBLE WHEN WANTED' Collar-buttons." Auto Salesmen. Messenger boys, A real drink. That other acs. Tne rent money, --------t In the Prtlirnt He doesn't figure In the- prints, his matches are not'mauy, The-pay he gets is mighty slim, and often not a penny. Remains when all the .-vulture crowd have had their fingers an Tho part that's his would hardly buy a fioa a summer :bopnet. And yet they always count on him to battle .'on the level, Lady curlers want a and belter season this year Curling is a far more exciting game than it looks from the balcony, so lad ies get out and try your hand at it You will become interested right from the -start, and once a curler alwa j sa curler Edmonton Hockey Fan Questions Frank Patrick in-1915'and 1316. Conway would be president of the club under the proposed plan for! _____ changing "and" ksso'ciatedl with him would bo major Frank Cav {Edmonton Bulletin) onagh, the Boston college football Is the hockey war entering on coach. new phase? The price on the Red.Soi dub has Last winter Frank Patrick publish been set by ErazCe at upwards of II, ooo.ood but of Canadian Hockey Is Spreading To Schools In Southern Missouri VffllKHAO HyESTOFIT 5 of Toronto rugby learn" won the Cana ilian championship when they defeated Argonauts 1C to S Each leaiu scored the same number ot times, but each of Varsity's a 'clean' first of which was converted, while Argonauls could score, onlv b> booting Varilty's llrje The rain, which bcgnn bfifore'daylighl and com pleleb spoiled ih'e ground ilhlcli' otherwise would havtj been fair field fell continuously throughout the game and made It? uncomfortable Vbtli'-: for' the players and the hngercrofid of> spectators FOOTBALL GIRLS POPULAR NATIONAL HOCKEY Ied in Vancouver papers an offer to pay for evidence or proof o In the Coast league. :The loffer was made as the result of rum- on the coast No evidence was forthcoming FULTON, Mo at the of- Osteopathy here are_n'lanning-tn.nonnlarlze_ key in'jiHssouii and adjoining States, and Fred Peterboro, Ont, has been placed in charge of the business management of ajiockey club organlzed'at that school, Rutherford already, has received let- ters fronv several, .Missouri colleges that desire to engage in thafsport with the several .teams probably will bo organized at -the school to help the 'larsHy squad which is ma'de of Canadian Besides Hntherford the.play- ers are Brie John8on, Frank Mitchell; and II. J. Wright of Sault Ste. Marie, and H. S, Colpllts and L; AT. Bell' of. Moncton, .New1 Brunswick. are studying to becomo Osleopathic they are members of the class of 1D24 they will ho at the.'fiChooi long enough to develop .into1 a high-class team and also to make the northern sport one of the favorites among other schools of this section or the United..Slates. All-games will, of.course, be ployed on artificial ice. association football matches between teams of British and students' French girls proved so popular this fall that a regular series rill bo plav ed In 1521. PHONE 665 Hockey here today and drafted Its schennle and appointed Ihe board of referees-fpr the.season. Apparently the Inclusion Pat- ____........._ rlel.1 in the schedule as playing In To slug and mix and flnll away sufaclenl evidence that they will have the privileges of the arena gardens. The leason commenc- es on December 22, and concludes March 12. Tho spilt te In vogue Tne opening games wfll be Canadiens at Hamilton and" St; Pal- ricks at Ottawa. Board of Cooper Smeaton, Harry Hyland, Harvey Polford'and Charles somo six-handed detil! The alaiB can take and BtaU and "i night after nlghV'they "fix .But It he Hlncheg uniitr fire tho mob yells, 'Owan it1" And yet, that's how the champ'ons start. The biggest" flstio her-jps Were not so long limfnary zeroes. i Thero la a spot where easy, coin'in golden streams is oh, tho road to reach lhat spot! How full of rocky: McKentry. Western clubs: Slarsh and Percy S.tevd Vair, Loa Slot Now? Honesty In office. Common Ishse In politics. Fair play In business. Squareness.In sport, Enough street-cars Curtalrti for fanaticism, an aim in life? If so, do you think yon'll shoot correctly, or nil! you need n scaller'-gtm? THE SWEETEST WORDS "Here's the money." "That's "Your terrts "Take this bonus with tur bssl wishes." "Have a past for.fwo.'1 "Your horse "Come up got come left." The height of folly: Taylng for a silk shirt in winter when'only 0 cents' worlb shows above Jour vesl. (Copyrleht, PACIFIC HOCK'EY LEAQIJE SCHEDULE j VANCOtJVMl, Dec home raatchts (or each club, Vincouver, Seattle ajid Vic Uorla, wllh the first gatno h6fe on De- cember 20 between -Vancouver, anil Beatl'ie, ore announced In Pacma Coast ItocSey aescKjIatlon's. schedule Issued here today, the schedule winds on March 11, arid wjll-jbe fol- lowed hy the hoAo and home series between the leading (eams.'ihe win- ners to meet tlie eastern chatnplons in tho world's series about '.he middle of March. DUNDEE SUBSTITUTED SEW YOftK, Dec. Dun- dte, llghlicelght, has been anbstltuled for Wllllo JachBon In a 12-rourirt bout against Mel Copgan of 'Brooklyn, vf ast night Farl Wolfe, manager of the Dominion hockey team of the Big i'our circuit, wrote to Frank Patrick asking If tho, offer still stands.- Mr. W61fe refused to make any str.tcmcTit' about It. He declined to taik. Asked If he-had any'evidence of dishonesty he replied: "I have nothing to say" .When asked what he would do It he did havo any evidence of dishonesty, he replied: "I wbald not give the neirspapers Mf Wolfe was re- ticent about th6 affair, but admitted that he had wrlllen the letter. The body of, Mr. JVolfe's letter Is as follows. "I understand that during the latter part of last season you offered reward for evidence of any'dlslibneaty in the, PacIQc Coast Hockey League. What period of years docs this cover it still apply? Wll'l bo obliged for an early reply giving full Jersey City tomorrow ,nlght. Jured shoulder was said t" of JacXsoa's withdraw; LEONARD GETS OFFER CARS OF ALL MAKES OVER. HAUi-ED AND REPAIRED' BY J. E. PALMER 322 6TH ST. S. Five years' experience with aeroplane engtnea. Phone 1032. WORK-GUARANTEED NEW YORK, Dec. Benny Leon- ard, lightweight boxing champion, has received .offer from George JIulli- gan, Waterbnry, Connecticut, promo- ter, guaranteeing him for a 15-round bbut there with Chick Sim- ler of Seran'on, at 135 early In January. Manager Gibsort said ho (isya gno a doflnllo answer in a few We Are Experts In Repairing ,and Iletreadlng Tlrea New Tlrea and Tabes Sold. Bargains In Secdnd Tlrea LETHBRIDGE' VUicANIZINQ WORKS 712 3rd Avenue South BATTLING NELSON'S RING EARNINGS AT STAKE IN SUIT FILED AT CHICAGO- CHICAGO. Property valued at which Oscar (Daltllng) Net- son says ho earned In tho ring from I 1900 to 1912, Is at slake in suit filed in-Superior Conrt 'he former light- height boior lo reiW'i'in his brothers nnd sisters from with his control of the iiropcrty; Kelson's suit declares (hat the es- (aid, willed lo him by his father, was entirely his own, and that ho had turn- ed It over to hla father to he managed for him. RACING ON SUNDAYS ONLY BUENOS bill passod Congress permitting racing on Thursdays has been vetoed' by Ihe President. In future te al- lowed on Sundays only OUR PRICE-SMASHING OFFERS SENSATIONAL VALUES IN MEN'S 'AND YOUNG MEN'S SUITS AND OVERCOATS Fashion Craft Suits Reduced to Men, you are offered here an exceptional .bar- gain: Fashion Craft Suits for men and young men featuring that superb style and constimate 'cut for which Fashion Craft are famous. In pure, soft "virgin" wool. Regular and -models LOUIS KEEL SHOP OF FASHION CRAfT CL6THES and THE FLORSHEIM SHOE OLIVER BLOCK, 3tS PIFfH STREET ;