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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 8, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta a Genuine Pteuwe to Hew There are. 30 inniii'fiafiii'mi irf dining here Uuit yoa laava with an anticipation ot coialnf again. food, the ierTlw; euvironmcal, the the cool, fresh, atmosphere, UM fittantlou ajfi. aQ The Silver GriD C E. MOORE, UGft Cor. Fourth Ava. Fifth tt. TABER HAS HOCKEY BUG AND HAS IT VERY BAD Whole Town Taking Haad in Want Two Leagues Along the v Cnw (From Our Own Correipondtnt) Dec. op, hockey banner le unfurled to the breeze and as. town after town organ- the roll call along the Crow re mladi one of mceilnc of the clana of Scotland. among them all, no JJJ2L man enthusiastic, rofll i r like meatrag, has benhip; committee. After aome eral dlsrassion, an adjournment wu declared, but only one or two deoart- members cf the team had DOW btcu on raUonu and equip Douflu, formerly, a mbsiittite, and Cook, hetbi aAd from .to gloves, stlcki and weit mtq the mill. .Tha likely be green with a white bar, and new advice. More.rofpraatloa will be available ciach the Taber will play under different Bis The organica- second team Is approach noface not given, and some of tha fin- had 4i.ni_ aifout IL if 'oreranner of a bigger, for the juniors iire knowing of it, and they blood in eVe this morning bat tha offce had airit could hold, while the arrival of'R-tH. Anderson, tem- pered has'y decision, and'added dls- nlly to the proceedings R. H was added to Uia finance committee, which augurs well for a strong pusa meeting was .a real and the business spirit prevailed Pres P C Hosey occupied the chair, with Sec- retarv Bluo at his elbow, and every thing was dpne in prdor, though under an unusual head'of steam. .Rink.All Ready. When the committee reports -r At-that and Ed forithc next one concluded requlr. Sport Gossip at Qaresholm (From Oar Own CLJLRESHOLM; Dec. Alberta weather still holds the boards. reached, the real show began, and to be satisfied but tho meeting sifted out everything Itle Curling Clnb. After getting as The Rmh Committee reported thi) rink flne a "Urt lor curling Ice as possible fenced and levelled, and water turned 6tt, for the Initial soaking, and waa finall} Instructed to make careful es'i mate of needed improvements, the finance mpn to await this report, and rink, finances and membership commit tecs to hold a conference on needed Improvements ways and means, and a membership drive As several bust nets men havo taken several fold, it looks like a goqd btart The rink will be better lighted thla season, with bigger lights A rink manager will be ap- pointed, who will bo paid, tbo appoint- ment jo be made after the conferenco oft the committees A big hockey dance will br- given on December 15th to as'ist In providing funds Ghil will not ba allowed to state at the usual timo, 4 to 6, on tbs after noon of an evening hockey match Other aften.'jo7i3 they will A carnival will be held later in tha season I Two Leagues The secretary waa instructed to write Coleman and Pincber CreoX, the Mat, aod Lethbridge, thai Taber wants j-_ two leagues one for ttin {Bothnia one for the prairie, Lethbndee if it desires, to have a team, in each. The fopjallls league to run west from the Creyk, and the other from Lethbridge east to the Hat, a Letbbrldge team in each, Taber In tho latter The two 'olr tor nahip Ticket prices w dfacjsaed. but left finally to tho m to get the Chinook and took the ice clean to the bottom, The town football team have gone down to defeat In two games of foot ball played the exhibition park last week. The College boy.s from this place were the prln cipals hi this defeat SupL Hooper Is looking around for teams in Uia dis trlot give hisboys-a game as he has an Idea that they cannot be defeated A meeting ol the hockey club was called'at Jiotfatt'B office on Friday U has been decided to or sanlto along the samo lines as last year.'While there are all kiads of for hockey than an open rink the club finished tho past seasqa In. good shape financially. The new'.h'owling; alley opened here for-business last week and'there will bo no dearth of howling space for the coming winter The big ga.mo hunters are goirg and coming all the time between here and the Foothills There have been some luckv_ones among the bnnchi ap My Poultry -Yard1 ily hens are stamping on: the My poultry, They scratch the dint to beat tho My pooltry A golden future I have planned, By fencing In this bit of land- Ill sell fresh eggs for'proffts My poultry yard1 Mj.poultry Sbt weeks have My poultry h-jated for far aad near My poultry v Jiy cash is neighbors jeer- And now, too late, the reason't clesr, For each blanked .Sen's a chanticleer! My poultrv varti' 'My poultry yard1 many an rnniilM away frem tlw to kill In- became pirate chiefs. They are figuring an stiylng home and be- coming auto bandifi. :N Jack hat put in a what belated appearance but he's here again at the rink that the situated betids curling rink near the coiner of 13th St. Ave., S, will, be open tonigHtl Thla goad, news for lil- be open for ontrv lo any man enrolled In any jlnlt In' Alberta. Dur- ng the week eiidlnc February. 28, the amateur cb.-mpIonBlilps 0( tho1 ofov- Snca of Alberta will ba held. An' this is tho first lime that the amateur of the province have been conlostcii since the war; it la cnrlaln .1 lafgo mifflbnr of en- tries will bo mado; from nil parts o( (ho province. Anyone requiring fur- (her Inforrnallon -can obtain namo by writing to the serrelary, Military Athletic --Armories, Cal- gary. QUALIFIED FOR FINALS CJHCAOO, DM. Ketck- Jiefer of Chicago last night ijnallfleJ for iho flnals o( the national throt cushion billlird championship b? de- feallos Pierre Maupome of Jlllwaiiltce. SEEKS ADMISSION CENTRAL HOCKEY- ASSN. PORT ARTHUR. Dnc. 7.-The Cen- tral Canada Hockey asuodttlor, Wpiled for admission to Canadian Anjatenr IHcre'yTastoolatlon, ant Sec- reUry James la'-cjUllnj'for- msii 4 35 20 20 6'.29 31 20 7 22 27 19 6 26 16 18 6 20 ID 17 8 20 30 17 5 19 14 16 6 19 27 16 8 21 28 15 9 17 26 15 Fourteen Correct Wins Hiirt Ihe Bijf Town Fans in Money "W P Fowler of Lethbridge wins the first prize moroy !a last week's Football compdlirlon lie made four teen Correct guesses Four guessed thirteen for second money They are James of Michel, B C, Howell Jones, of Taper, T Taylor, LcthhrHge and B B Turner, Dominion Rubber Sytem, Lethbridge Eleven divide third money with twelve correct The -price "winners in this section represented the Crows Nest country as well as the city. It is gratifying to Bee that football fans outeido of the city are still show ing good interest la the competition No women were in the money this week The Herald wool 5 like t6 lee them keep right up with the men. An increase in the prize money is gratifying but the number "of contest ants does not bring the prize money up to wnat The Herald would like to see it Get your friends into.ested in It For an investment of minutes timo and three cent stamp you stand a chance of winning a good sum. This is Christmas season and a little extra will come, ih handy BO boost for a higher prlzo This week will increase First prize ot CO for 14 correct goes to W. P Fowlor, Box 61, City Second prize of SS.OO, divided between the following with 13 correct, each getting J200 i James.Walson, Michel, B C Howell JoneSj Taber T Taylor, Gen'Del, City E E Turner, Dom Hub. System. City Eleven guessed, 12 correct, aad will divide the third pnzo ot each, receiving 4Q cents P A Gox, Bor 198, Coleman W W Scott, Dor C3, Blairmore A. Causev, Natal, DC Wm Holberton, 271, 7th Ave AS City. A. Causer, B.C. J. Edwards, 6th Avo AN, City Miss Rlna Tennant, 1017, 8th Ave N, Citv Ii Marron, 12JO, 7th Ave, S, Olty. 0 Rosa, 1619, 3rd Avo N, City 1 H. Emmerson, 314, 16th S. S, Cit> Lee CIS 7th S( S R 7th St, S, City J S jzo2, tih AVO, N, City TROTTER SOLD HALIFAX, Dec waa re celved by R. H Edwards, owner of tho trotting Etalllou Brage, 2 11 12, from Lymah Broic, the wclllnowr grand circuit driver and trainer for Brook Farm, Chester1; N Y, acc ing his terms, for the pu chono Brago The price Ii said to lo good one. of 1 10 1 11 20 28 16 GOINC TO AUSTRALIA NEW YORK, Dec S.- MLis Mil eld a Blelbtrey, champion woman swimmer Antwerp here i toda> for Vai 15 21 J5iln tno Olympic Zl'Sl ]5 laEt 'eft h Rangers Celtic Partick Thistle Motherwcll Alrdrleonians.. Hearts Dunddo Mor'tdn....... Aberdeen ThM Lanark Ciydo Hibernians iialth Hovers Hamilton A. Ay'r-Unlied iFalklrk Park ftlydebant kilrnarnock Alblpn Rovers Dumbarton 9 19 20 14 4 D 7 17 15 13 ,8 24 29 12 36 8 14 31 11 League t P W D F A Pti 1 0 64 14 30 2 -3 44 16 32 4 35 22 27 4 20 IS 20 15 10 11 20 10 20 10 21 C 20 9 21 g 21. 20.' comer, whence she sail for Australia on'Deceniher 15. She was accompanied by hor mother. QUEBEC CURLING CLUB HUNDRED YEARS OLD 4> QUEBEC, Dec Can- adlan notable event in the annals of curlliig in this; .country will be observed in this city on January 26 the Quebec Curling Club wilt Celebrate the hundredth annl 't versary of IrS existence with'a big bonspiel, which wilUlast one week aSJ.wlll. bp conipotcxl 4 iri by ;curlers Boston, Philadelphia and a'l parts of Can'ad.a 0 Mickey Shannon Di4u Result of Blow M ponent 'Arrested f JERSB? CITY, Dec Shannon, a he'avywelght boxer of Pittsburgh, who'was'kriockei'ont in a bout here lasj night with Al Hobsrts of Staten Island, died In the city, hospital shortly after 6 o'clock this morning Shannon received the fatal blow in.tha slith round, suffering In ternal hemorrhage at the base at the skull He never regained conscious ness Roberts was arrested on a charge of atrocious assault and bat v ry upon leaving the ring, bnt was paroled in the custody ol his man ager, Billy Gibson, pending 'the out come of Shannon's injury' the time, County Judge DohPrty, who granted the parole, said in case r of Shannon's deatu, Koberts woala be held for manslaughter No snch charge had been reported asaoist him early today. CARS OF ALL MAKES OVER. HAULED AND REPAIRED BY J. E. PALMER 6THTST. S. Five yeara' experience with aeroplane engines, WORK GUARANTEED We Are Experts .In Kepatring and Retreading Tires Now Tiros 'and'Tubes Sold. Bargains in Second Hand LETHBRIDGE VULCANIZING WORKS 712 3rd Avenue South E, tor 6 42 27 24 C 40 29 2j G 3? 26 24 i 6 27 25 n 6 43 2T 23 7 25 23 22 SMI 82 21 8 2C 26 20 9 5S 33 20 0 12 27 31 18 7 "9 J9 28 J7 7 .9 J3 34 17 7 D 31 38 17 0 8 26 46 17 5 S 24 82 IS 6 10 30 44 1G 6 U 29 37 16 2 13 27 46 12 2 '3 16 17 51 7 INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE TO HOLD'MEETING SOON NEW YORK, Dec. Ii Pullz ol (he new International baseball league, has Issued n call (or the animal-meeting of (bo orcnniza tlon (o held In thla city next Mo n Important rattlers having to do with the reorganization of baseball will be considered In addition to re- fulir routine business, SUITS AND OVERCOATS AT -Special'shipment just arrived of Men's and Young Men's Suits and Overcoats boughtat a 60 pel- cent, lower, figure'than last season. OITcrlng yoif starlllng price reductions only tells half o( what our "Price Smashing" Sale means to other half: IB seeing what you actually gel of tho best In stylo, quality and fit. We Know that you will take Ibo time to investigate'this biggest suit soil. Ing event and you II do what ptherTmori have you II buy. Note the price and then-come, and see this big clothing display, I Ar Suits and Overcoats selliiig LOUIS KEfili SHOP OF FASHION CRAFT and THE FLORSHEIM SHOE OLIVER BLOCK, 313 FIFTH ;