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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 11, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE ntF. fjrnmfHWK nAir.Y THutsavv, Kn 11, liny JL VBRINGING'UP FATHER" By G. McManfo SHE SHE LOVE WITH PlMG- FtaHq- SINCE SHE SETTLES IT- SHE MUST COME HOME! President Ton> Moore of Do. minion Trades Congress S'oinls Moral of Ed- nion'lon Hesult BASKETBALL MEETING HERE ON SATURDAY Oldest 'Diamond Pioneers r.'adipr at Hangup at Chicago Tuesday rtsenisUvea of ail Southern .-Obprra towns meet at the V. M. C. A., on Satur- day at 12.30 noon, for iha pur- pose of drawing up thy scion's schedule of Dairies. j tfcv i m LIU _____ i 1 CHICAGO, Ibp .Vonheru Loiel iu Chicago Tuesday insist perhaps tlie inopi remarkabla 1 prer held in this rouniry will j It nril! us fiven fcv ihe I fiasfb.ill a'FOciatlOG. andi_it CURLING And Other Magnates Then in Their Lawyer When Ban night saw five hard-fonght j YORT- D Ihe -juEt bow bird is Bhown wheu boarcl or ot lhe Amcrican held in bonor cf ihe oUth birihday or y of- ilie blrili in Chicago and the en- the arena ot the original Ctit-ago Wlu'te remarkable of alUrj-rt] be ibe fuci ihei ibc nujorily ofjfhose jirts- enL f'hicsgo Si will Le scoreboards h.irt to bo carried play ibeir tihctn accompIfFK v.ere really- iu and s down to ihe ISth end iu ot the contests. SteilK End Clarke staged ode o[ eitra-entf Clarke haTing tho end Johnson and Crawford figured Jn tho olher. The JohiiEOD-Dnnc Dutt cooibinatlou pulled up 10 n He, scoricR a soven- cndcr. oalj lo lose out to CIRW- aad his teachers' rink on the a "last that (her' eiira end. Crawford ylaycd ft partlcu- ror-- IhP defeat This should bt n biffJay In tht lives at hockey fans city for tonlahl at lha L. >WA- A. rJrk, five year will he broken and "Tarn will ihe o Dearth" onct more. At elgnt o'clock sharp tonight the Veter-na and wifi tilt the lid on lhe ssnior city hockey league. Veterans jft playing in place of the MounUcs owing to the death ol one of We members of the force, b Archie McCorvIe will handlt the bell whlla SUn McArthur will be judge of play. The gsm'e will be three 20-mlnul'e periods. flrtg.-Gen. will be on deck to face orf the nuck, fending eclat to lha official Th- ice is tn greit shape, Vets are going strongAhMe Coil- hurst is said to have Tclasjy ag- k g re gat f on, though probably lack- f Ing seme practice. It's cctd, true, but tho fsne of the city who want tc sse hockey established hers chould lurn out by the Cinrinnaii Red StockicpF, -.vho, f tip 10 she l yenr, had proven them- G1B30NS-DARCY FIGHT POSTPONED AmTLAXD, Ore., Dec. fifBt at near bere, lonicht itfllireen Tommy Gibbons, ot ST. Paul, Jaad Jfm.my nl .Portland, has been postponed uclil Tuesday night, Dec. 10. it aoiiouuced here today due to lhe 5tarm. the roads ecd car> ics between Lera and Milvs-aukls Ju to tfzt ccatt cfJkva Scotia larly fine s boating the burden ot invincible. Meetings far tlie purpose of bring- ing about iliit banquet and arrang- iag Its details hare dceaTield at the Great Northern hotel on FriJay eve- nings during the last montji. These gs have been JiiUc Io7e many ol those present having heeo era to each other for. 50 years, although in everyday ccilacl before then. At each of these meetings members ot basetfall learns which played tn' Chicago 50 years ago sweppei, Elorles of (heir experiences the Jong ago. many o' nhlch are well worth re- peating. Real Pioneer Days Frank Kee'er. novr ibe president of tho Old-Timers' Baseball assoctallou. lol.l one slpry of the eipericncea ot ihe ihc crack learn of Chicago. the flrrlral Q[ the oriEinaL WhJlcV'siocktnga, ibat air hands sit up aad listen. v Keefer-was the secretary and busi- ness manager or 4ho Aelnas in 1S71. the year when A great fire swept Chi- cago clean and left her business dis- trict sides icrt a! the Trest and eouth anil all of the north side, drenry waste ol smoko and ashes. It was while ilial tire was burning that the AotnaM were on their lirst lour. He had gone into the WA in'1 srounji in Brooklyn, the st grounds jn There In progress tiy act) ihe 21 ins ihe Aetnas a practically eretn ?ink. The other ivore: Mirrs from HaraiUon; Scoit from Stewart, and Davidson from Du'r .Tbc for rtiu ibree niehts fdltow: THURSDAY Lirie vs. Peat vs. Boyd. 3 For vs. Shepherd. Simpson TS. Ilaird. One rink ladfea. FRIDAY McKeczie vs. I-arks. .M'eNabb vs. JobDEou. CartierrrTS. Hacleotli Stewart TE. Marnoch. SATDIUJAY Crawford ra. Scolt, Alrd TS, Peat. ilamiJlon vs. One rink scratch." One rink" ladles. President vs. Vfce-Preiident There arc some things that are bet cr no I talked of. Silence Ln large hick gob? ia a %ost Tlttlng miiiMe or such Incidents. Such Is lhe result President'vs. Vica President an- nual ael-lo. Jack Reid's battalions ivcre hopelessly EhaLicretl, only about 'our rlnUftincludlng blmself, surrlvcd tbe Lame. In other words, J. K. Ih-i rlayins Llie SO.'rs of Unsoklvn in one j corricr aM AT inn the Eck j 01 in tfae olhtr. The grounrU were ro large lliat. one set of iWUic-idtrs'in no way I inltr'ered with lhe otttr. In those grounds, anrl (irs In experience, Keefcr naw 2. player pitching a curve .ball The pitcher uas Arthur CurnminEa the .ytar-, lhon Ilrooklyn'e leading amateur organization' and.-'io he plavjne team ibeu outside inc pro- rcssionnl Cummlngs. their man then. IB even give credit fo being Die first pltclier lo send la a ball. "Kccfer says tbsil it was n cun-c. and. h being some ihing very to '.bo Aetnas, thcj could not. much ii. At (he fortiicoming scvcra of (Jie amateur tc-ams fiour iihod in in tht1 'OOa hiv nu-iiilicrs says that at Icaai (hrno of the oM wjli on Jn (lii.-; ari: rncInrlccJ Ilnghi-y innioiii pitchnr; Maish firlder wnd league here today. Presi- dent Johnson'3 nuorncy accompanied him Inlo tbo raeetirAS room, Uup- perl. of New York, C. A, Comlsfccy. of Chicago, H. II. Boston, nud James Dulin, comprising the full board, wcro present. CoV. Iluppert that as IUB president hud brought bis lawyer wllli him, lio insisted that Messrs. Comlskey. Fra- zeo and'blmselr should be lesaljr icp raseniRd also. Thea Col. Hupport slcppfU out of the rcom to brlug Iu his attorney and Tthtle be vas out President Johnson Bad bis counsel wnlkcd out also. Kuypert returned the lion of Tvb% should bs chairman arose and Johnson ivas elected. The presi- dent, who down in tbe was cent for and ivhen laform- led ol as chairman said i thai hn not Holng back. Then Comlakej" was selected fai chairman, with Iho understanding that "should Johnson re lure Tic be asked la preside. board transacted some roulinfi 3usiness and the otlier club orrners were in and the Dieeilne o tho rras the old of his entries returned win- ner by some 40 points. We say 10; bat'g close INTEtlCOLLEGIATE HOCKEY MONTnKAL, Doc. 1 Queum and Toronto, ivlll he Tfprcspnt- cd in (ho lULor-coliogialc Hotk- ey sciicduio this eeason. Each club two yciiiiL'j ai horap, ni in the rugby union, opnihiR same scliedulcil in be playcil between McGIll n.ml Queen? on local ice PU .Tan. OTTAAV.-l. Dec. Jloarc, prceidont of Ihe Trades and Labo: of CiiuiiJa, predicts einillai results throughout Canada during the j iifit year or so [o thusc rei-ortltl JL- i Kdmunltm ivhcrc labur caailldules car- I rEeil i ho majority ul ou the Eil- monlon elly council. i "I ilLtiik tbit there will to a good I' labor victories aB at Ed- monton, throughout Canada, snid .Mr, Moore. ''There Is L among the elcc i ton to briug about a fLadauieuUI in govL-rinnoui. They arc ilrcJ of pulitlci as played bj Ihc old par- tlci and pcoplo are QOIY ready tc juLi In power green men who hav-3 Iicinest ccinvIaioDs in plat's of iba old IKilliiclaoa who rmo jilaycd the 10 denlh." SPENCE BROSyTAXl and Country Trips. Heated Csrs. OTT AUTO LIVERY Spnclal Service on Counts Residence 1210 t'algary Alborlan five-pin hov-'lorJ ,vili Inradc to try con- clusions with tho local crew on Satur- day. The Albertn.ii briers are rlglit ip amonE lhe cllto In Calsary howling circles and local bowlers they have lo step to win. Tonfsht the tec-pin bowJers are or- nizlng n leaRue and drnwins: a BchcJuk-. DC on deck aL the Domin- ion alleys. The "Y" alloys opened under management last night. A good crowd of tniudlera wag present and Iho al- ley 5, all repaired and otherwise put In good condition, hare taken on a ifaao oC lite. Try them out. COLO WEATHER RECORD SET UP AT VANCOUVER VAXCOL'VER, Dec. cold- est weather for December on record THE ONLY RADIATOR SHOP IN SOUTHERN ALBEflTA, THAT MAKES A SPECIALTY OF RADIATORS ONLY. We rtcvole our wliolo lime to radiator probleml. THE RADIATOR MAN 418 Filth 3L I. w the league as a whole was. beguu. ,vas here during Ihc nigh: PrcsldeDt Johnion returned to the Kt 6 o'clock this morning Ibc tDmperaftire slocJ at II nliore zero. Dur- the nLgbt 11 was H above. At Victoria the teoiperature TT.T3 IS boTO zero with a 32-mllo wind blow- ng. Tho cold wave Is general over Columbia. room "t Ihls Junctura und then the re- Enlsr meeting LETHlBEETS. on Iho High Scbj ball team will Invade Tan 12lli. Tabor wllh tho following line up fixpects to show them a fatt ani victorious game. Onnan. hope. Harris, Remember the big Jazz dance lol lowing tbc game.' "Biddy" Meldrum is Games To Tic Played in Opera House RAYMOND! Dec. -Kill be represented In ihn basketball ac- tivities of tho South by one of Ibc speediefi ever placed in lhe Held by this lown. At a meeting held the evening Iho game waa offi- cially launched ami finances aro lie- in E raised now to Initial expenses. "Birlt] v" Meltlrnm; llay- iminri's brilllanl forward, elected nascr this year and lie is gclllnc men ICncd up tinw. Tho games j ycrir will he in Ihc Optra IlonsG niafces an Ideal place both a iiflil nnd a pli scaling a larsc number ot s[ Aluminum Tops PATENTED Ivoc. la leal adJr iron to lire hockey .s'jzncfl up yesterday. This firings Uir- total up to foiir, JOR Main no, (.'jirny and lirophy liav- liiK already cast ihr-lr lot ultli Iho aiuiont cRpiinl That Toronlo "onlrt like (o secure the rorvitca of .luc Ma lone was manl- (May In a telegram ivlilcli Mike Quinn received from Charlie raking Jf Quebec; consider Lho frndc of C'cirhcft or for Jnc Mlko ffjlrm promptly replied that such a trMe out of tho Question, lie added: "Joe fc Intend to RETREADING DONE BY EXPERTS Qet your Next Dons By Ut. SECTIONAL AND BROKHN BEADS OUR SPECIALTY TVe are specialists Jn Vulcan- iziug Waders. LethbriJge Volcaoiziog Works 71Z Third Avcnuo 3oulh US4 lyONDO.V, Dec. reference to Paris reports of Carpentler's en- ecnicnlE. Jl- Descharapa, Carpcn- ller'a manager, Informed the Asaoct- aled Press hefore leaving he dart signed to ftgtit under the manage- i ,cni of C. the llrlUflb remoter, showctl a copy of too Ixiler Cochrnno confirmed Ihls. EASTERN HATS t CAPS D and his LAD R-W, Service Station Scrvlco Slation for tne fiimoua K-AV All makes of magnetos, generators, colls re- paired, Fnll stoclr ol repair parla car- ried. All work guaranteed. MAGNETS BECHARGED The Roy Electric Co. 619 4th Avenue South PHONE 735 COAST LEAGUE.I3 AFTER EDMONTON MEN Barnpy fjlanlty, manager of Iho PJsItlnio hockey team ot t'Mmonton, one of the Alliorla Ilig Kour learns, i.? in of losing of Cordon Kcatc nntl Ilrlrtou, o[ his slarfi. U appears tliat ibc Coast Pro league ii filiy oT players ami Frank 1'atrlck ami rnld the ranka of Ihn; lllg Kour. jpc has written cast lo ask-' rcrmlsalon to dicker Kllh Koala and Uriden anil (hat permission tns her-ii j Kiren, JCtals formtTly played for: Toronlo team, while finrien played Cobalt. They holh took__________ an affidavit recently lhat they vuuld remain amalevir the rest of their me.! in tlie For ih'e inside worker. Come in lhe afternoon and try il. Dominion Bowling Alleys Basemenl, Dominion BIcTg, filectric Welding CAK REPAIMINQ Lawford Welding Co. 2nd Opp. Ltlhhrldgs Hold Phone 1544 Welave IntlalUd a Full Equip- ment Repairing AUTOMOBILE RADIATORS Can riandlo all makca ol cars. Expert Hot .Air Furnace Work. FftEL ELLIOTT 1 Sheet Mclsl Worker! 336 6th St. South Phone and were granted curds by tlie At- Ijoria lirancli of tlie Arnalcur .-Mhlellc Dilon of Canada. ff% ff EDMONTON 'SPIEL -'j- v Tiio AliJerLa Associa- lion annual will bo held Btarting Feb. 3. John v Hac, la tccretary treasurer of v fy tho aBsocIation v S v A fr C" 9 0 Vimy Auto Repair Shop AOAMS BLOCK 13th STREET NORTH General Repairs lor All Makes of Cars By Experienced Mechanics FORD SERVICE AGENCY-TIRES-STORAGE ALL WORK IS GUARANTEED G. F. WILSON W. TULLOCH ;