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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 11, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETtfBRIDGE DAILY SATURDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1920 BRINGING UP FATHER By G. McManas EMBER 1 jT-J I LI SMITH'S DOWN vwiv> THAT VVA.Y THAT xoo DON'T OOT I'M TO LOCK TOO IN Your Order For Xmas Cards will be delivered within 24 HOURS The Herald Job Printing Dept GIBBONS IN 15 ROUND BOUT TOLEDO, Dec. fifteen-round boiing bout .'to a referee's decision between Jack Dempsey, world's champion heavyweight, and Tommy Gibbons. of St. Paul, ia planned by Ad Thacher, according tp a statement Thacher Bade today. -i It is proposed'to slage Uie boat shortly attar tie first' of the year, Thacher said. Lloyd Cook Is Back on Coast Hockey Job (Vancoarer ProTlnce.) i With i Lloyd Cook, manager of the squad, on the job serera! of the play en who'will propel the elusive psck thli season. He has spent the sum- mer at Mill Creek. B.C., working hard here in good condition. He intends to; train harder than ever and Is confident of making Ihe squad. With Jack Adams and Mackay.r both to playing in the position "of rover, out with the Cook will find it difficult working them into places on the lineup, but this problem n the Pacific Coast Hockey Assertion, went through their Irat wofkout yesterday in pre- paration for tf he opening tilt of the t 1920 titular series here on Decem ber M, when the Millionaires oppose the Seattle ekaapkms. Cook arrlr ed fm town early Monday morning from his farm 'in Taoer. A1U and slone jrlth Art Dnnean, BUI- Adams, ickey Madcay and a went through j spirited workout. With I the arrival of Lehmaa. Harris. Skin signed, It Ij reported. By W. A. Pdelon, ON THE RIO-GRANDE i, peace least, a t Wherefore? tori! has t Or, possibly, taking m thort real. According to the rules of wmtcJuTnl T the noU- fied That Obrscon will use tbe'biai Which was, to dteh bad naea, tie em up, Use 'em'for marlw. aad tee that no one missed 'em. Then, too. the Texas; Raigers hare been fff "We met some Meikaks on the Nue- ces road, r Last night 'at eight, bot no time In hnr-w 'am BaD Scandal ;OntheCoast ANGELES, Dec.. and arraignment -were expected here uer and Jack Adams Utter put ot today IB tie cue of at leaat one' of the week, the will hold the four indicted. on; charges their first "toll workout next at t o'clocfc if ed m have lost none ot their speed and they should be In good condition for fi vthe opening-league match pre- G great season tor hockey and declares that he Vancott Ter will cop the title f Cook brought word along that Keati, accepled terms with. Vancouver some months ago and A then decided to remain in antateur com" t> h' ___ had a talk with KeaU in Ed- i .ipanton, but the player refused to j hls: Intentions. ?_ with Macltay back nol worrying Tery much 'whether'. Keats comes or remains in Alberta, although .ive would S like to hive Cook said today Bill Adams isidetirmlned to win a permanent place on the local team to bury 'em.'-' Howerer it m'ay 'be, the border's At last .reports, the IOBJ; tronUer _ i But for how lont? The iSlnre 'ot the IB just, to be OSM icasw of flame and riot! Consldrt we now the Pool Shirk. He toils not, neitner does he spin; yet his'glory had iot his ope half his He Ues I American Displaces Canadian la Amount pf Money Won, on Tracks BY HBK NEW Payno WTiit- heads the list of winning owners' ot the 1920 racing season. His win- nlngs vill amonnt to for the j to this office and' of them .Week Promises to Be the Biggest 89 Far This Season Up Good Work Agalp The football com petition has gone ofer the tup.'When the entries closed this morning hadibeen brought year. In .winning Ihe high turf honors this year will displace Com- modore J. 1K. L. Ross, of Montreal, who wai the leader last season and the season before, in spite of tho fact that the Ross horses won more money this year than they did last year. Ross' stable finishes the year with an ag- gregate of a little nnder a quarter'ot a million dollars In earnings. Mr. Whitney has the satisfaction of knowing that the horses that haTe put him on top are homebred. Not one of them came from an outside establishment. They are the pro- ducts of the studs his distinguisbed father got together to 'the late nine- ties and In 'the first few years of the present century.: The Whitney stud is one of the greatest "thoroughbred in wait'fpr the assumes' in the country today. It_haa no that he may of utteV Inno-1 'ar outgrown therprodnctiTe capacity m.j -'tempt' the'1 'easy Brookdale Farm, which is in Moh- t t o clock- The players Los Angeles county grand jary at- when the easy'mark has mouUl county, New-Jemy, that -it jesUrday's practice that they I ter an inquiry of. two 'deration i'been beguiled, the Pool: Shark has been necessary to establish Peter into charges of corruption in Pacific Coast League baseball la tie 1919 ,'.s. That" one wat'W-BrfBiw) former flrtt the other three being Hal Maggert and W. G. Rumler, former Salt Lake outfield- ers, and Nathan alleged gambler of Sccttle i If-foundTsullly the men are ompany, Is m Alberta and that by nrlson lenns of not more than ie_ rj.ijfimM thfre_'.Tie Vancouver two years, .fines of not more than f or PARIS.T-Herealter chemical tests of the saliva of racehorses will be made to determine whether they buvo the: mercy of a wolf of a hyena By. craft' he. plus ability, to. do. but one.'.thing and do it sh'9Pt POP'- ?ir I hui stilt he gathers sleader: secures ths of and clothing, and, 'aboTe" air else, of cigarettes. "rAn'd'prosiierify j cllnge to him, because, -'sooner or later, and usually: 'along comes a real champion In' disguise, and makes a monkey of the, Pool Shark and '-all his to sum it np, what good ha V'.Aad what would the world 'be" If, all the Pool Sharks were to die this etehiogt Happlej; bettflV. a marked percentage Tea WALKS ARM IN ARM WITH FORMER CONQUEROR PARIS, Dec Carpentier yesterday met at the Auteull races a man who twelve jears ago garp htm one of the hardest hammerings he erer got in the ring The tivo walked arm in arm across the paddock and every one laughed for the onetime vanquisher reaches only to the shoulder of the European champion Tno flght dates back to tho (lays when boxing was practiced In France only among English and American lads in racing stables; and Carnentiei- himself was a nipper of fourteen. In his native rain' town An English trainer offered a purse of J60 to promote a testing and .weeping because he couldn't see to flght Lay more. Salmon pocketed J60 hut retired from Ihe ring lo become a successful jockey. Football Competition RULES GOVERNING THE COMPE- TITION ARE At FOLLOWS: 1. The competition- will' tn calltd The Hc-raJd Football Competition, Compelltors will Va to M many as they provided each entry 13 accompanied by twenty- five ctntn, and coupons to the num- ber or entries. I Competitors must cross out Uid names of the clubs Ililnk n.ll and cross ofit tho names of both If they consider a draw will result. 4. Coupons can only be secured from (he Spoiling I'nga ol Herald. -5.: All monies received will be re- lanti lo prlies. The amount and of prizes Trill 'be published every Monday morning; for lhat week'i furats. Results of competitions will "published erer> and cnequea to. competitors will mkltaJ Immediately 6n receipt of (vinnrmation by the Atnletlc Kcwa. I, All. entries must be posted or de- livered. to '.The Hurol4 before rnlA- v A Friday post- marll from polnia outside of ihe city of tethbrltlge '.will be '.considered as eonfalnlnff tt entry. and nddrun of the Trie t name ..'miijil not tie tisexl a; pay- tnlitts S, All entries must be addressed tn FooiMll CompelJtlon The Herald '.0 The Hporllns rxiitora decision will he final 11. ;EmpIoyetfl of The Rerald are barred from the competition. The little red tchooihouse was all right In what we.need now Is the anti-red Khoolhoute.. Jack and Jill.Vent up the To get a pall of They had yeast and raising waiting, which, v Of course, they, shouldn't MICROSCOPIC OBJECTS Gimblers' Honesty. Some ball playersVcontclencetj Mpvle .Intellects.' Wart on a flea's neck. Lefthander's Mignatei' foresight. Pan.; and Broomstick and many of his mares on one of the subdivisions'of Ihe Elmendorf Farm' of the late James Ben All Haggln in ketft'ncky.''" establishment of 1915 no .oiifstaodlng as Artful was In 1904, or.Bnrgo- ibaster was in 1905, or Colin in 1907, or Man o' War was in 1919 and again in 1950. It has been merely au establishment of good, useful horses, At regards season of O was far and the best Mr. Whitney's stsble ever has known. In his horees raced under the silks of thV late Hernian'B. Dur- yea because of the death 'the pre- ceding December of hliifathjir, Mr. Whitney led American, h'qrsemen'id winnings. But his that year -were only .With Whisk Broom star per- former, the Whitney stable led again in 1913, but that was onefOf; racing's ean-yeanrand Broom and hla stabla companions only earned m. And the credit for the remarkable wlnnlngn'-ot the Whitney stable must James Rtiwe, the In he old days when he wag'frith. James I, Keene; nowe did no more than .rain hpreea. But sinco' Rows las been the director of ;the Breeding and the racing enterprises o! Harry Payne Whllnoy.' contained more than one entry it Is felt sure that the biggest week of the competition is at hand; Last week a healthy increase was shown and the fact that today has irought another increase is Tery gratl. The money from last week's be distributed next Wed. nesday and tho money received today ha distributed the following Wed- nesday. 'Nothing should stop the conte: from a .steady growth.-. The competi- tion: has secured the interest o4.font- ball fans In Southern Alberta and they realize their co-operation is what makes the wheels go rouni'In this ease "so we hope that tron.1, now on the prize money will constantly-grow RcBHlls ot games in the Old be received today and will appear in another.section of the pater. Watch for the league, standings next Tuesday or and then send..ln your next Satur- day's contests. .Football fans we are now going fine with-the competition BO let only seven laps seiiratlng; the Giants by John C SlaTia, actor. Sla-1: At 8 o'clock; th'e 128th hour, Brocco and Cobourn still led by, 2023'miles, Slaps up the good work. ENTRIES CLOSE DEC. MtDNIOHT .'FIRST DIVISION Blackburn R. vs Mlddlesboro Bradford City vs Arsenil Burnley "Preston Chelsea Bradford SECOND DIVISION Birmlnghprn' vs Leeds U, Blackpool C. Cardiff C. vs Bury Clapton Orient vs Portvilt THIRD DIVISION Brentford vi Newport Gllllngham Watford Mtrthyr vi .'Plymouth. Portsmouth vs Swindon SCOTTISH LEAGUE Aberdeen Motherwell Albion R. vs Clyde Ayr United vs Rangers Celtic vs I enter Iho Herald football Com petition in accordance with the rules and conditions annou'ncnrl above, and p.gree to accept tho pub- lldhed decision as final and legally bl) dins Signed Address Judge Landis of Chicago possesses a uncanny faculty. Jle caa regard to many a bird, Just what Is going to become of that man, and how far be li even how long it will take, him lo make the journey anrl how long ho will stay while oil his visit. Ask any whisky dealer .who has fallen into the, judge's clutches, t It's all right to talk about stopping pitchers wlio use freak deliveries, and formulating rules to help the bats- who's golij; lo counteract the sad fact that the average pitcher can always out-think the average.bats man; that most pitchers are crafty gabazoons, and most batsmen are qualified lo play the coms-on an underworld drama! (Copyright National Service.) HOCKEY CLUS LOSES CASE TOnONTO, Dec. Ip.-rMr. Justice I.atctiforrt has dismissed Ihe appllca tlnn by the Toronto hockey club which sought to'eet aside the order ot Hnn Justice Middleton on 'Kofemhcr 20 appointing C. B. Robin, receiver the Arena Limited. FOR INFIELDER NEW Jicfiraw Si tho Olanls has paid f for Joe liapp, fnftelcler of tho club of Iho American Association. In ad (litIon, St. Tnul gets two (riant dis- cards In SHAG AND KNOTTY LEE ARE PLANNING BASEBALL LEAGUE Frank (Shag) Shaughnessy and Knotty Leo are co-operating in an altempt to put over a new profes- sional baseball league Including foui towns In Ontario and four in the U. S. Towns In tbo Canadian end of the proposed circuit would probably be "Montreal, Ottawa, Hamilton and some other city ol about the same size. Shag proposes (o look after Iho business end of the Montreal club with Knotty Lee as team, manager. Rinks for Season AtCarmangay (Prom Our Own Correspondent) CARMANGAY, Dec. curling ilnb with a large membership was re cently formed Carmangay and ar- rangements made for a'big season's A draw has sow been held for positions on the various rinks; tie result of Vhlch .Is as follows Skips named first, 'and rink as drawn, third, second, and first: B. D. H. Miller, P. K. Owen, RCT. R.-CIegg.; W Folk1, W Peacock, R W. Ooke, Loran, McGlnnls. R. B. Snyder, H. A. C. W. McDonald Geo. Francis, J. H. Ryckman, L. Vo- der, II.- Ranagnan J. F. Snyder, Geo. Baldwin, H qulst, Rav. Williams. Jas. McNaughton, A. P. McKibbin, L.'Hurlburt, 0. Minaker. n. McKlnnon, C. W. Cochlan, B. J.'Stecn, Andy Low R, J. Follls, Tom Goodsir, Stanlej McGlnnla, G. 0. Dockery. E. Stilt, C. L. Skinner, J. W. Mad den, A. Oldrpyd C. H. Mecslnger, 0. U Taylor, E G. Howe 11, Dr. Myers EASTERN AMATEUR CLUBS MAY HAVE BATTLE ON. HANDS In the casl there Is a feeling abroad In the hockey world that the profes- sional leagues there are going to fol- low tho example set by Frank -Pat- rick and declare war on the ama- teurs. Professional hockoy clubs nro going to moka a movo thn amateur hockey situation in Montreal Investigated. YALE'S CAPTAIN TO ENTER OXFORD NEW Timothy Calla- han, for two years -yalo's football nan- tain, has decided to complete his col- lege education .ID England. WHh tho close of tlie present term in aboul two weeks he will return lo his home In Lawrence, Mass., and will sail for Bug- land Jan. 1, entering BalHol College, Oxford, for a six months7 course, con. llnulng his Yal? course. PELKY IN DRAW WITH COLORED BOXER WINDSOR, Dec. Pelky, o Ford Clly, well known Canadian heavyweight, fought a 10-round (Iran hero last night-with Young I'elcrj colored boxer o( Detroit. Eddie Harris, O.B.F., mid-. dlewclght champion, easily shaded Johnny Lewis of Toledo. THE GRILL Upto-Date Restaurant L LAPRERRUQUE and CHA8 E. MOORE, Our kitchen Is handled by Experts, C. L. LAPPERRUQU6, lite of Bay' Co. Restaurant, Calgary; Hotel La Salic, Chicago; Hotel Plaza, New York City, with the able assistance of BOB MEY ERS, are preparing the appetizing viands and pastry served by our efficient dlnlnoVwm staff. 1 A TRIAL IS SUFFICIENT. LAST DAY OF RACE NEW YORK, Dec last day ot the annual ilx-day bike race at Madleon Square Garden opened with 12 teams Btfl! la the'running and with SUIT 'AGAINST McGRAW" tor has been begun against John :J. McGraw, manager of the New York CALGARY EARL 18 RACE IN MAINE Calgary Earl, 3 0254, formerly owned by 3 H Roe, of Calgary, will he raced on the Maritime Maine clr cnit dnrlng the 1M1 season1 The well known horse which -was bred by Mr Roe In Alberto, which clean ed up on the Western was a priTate Bale In New York recently by Al. Sanders, of STEVE O'NEILL'S RECORD CLEVELAND, new Amsrl can League' record was esfubl isb ed last season'by'-Slevo In- dians' mainstay behind the plaW Ho participated In' 149 games. The previous, In 1911, when Stan age of the Tigers caught 141 cpntests George Gibson, now Pirates, holds the major wjtb, 150 games. SKATING Sat. Afternoon ami Evening THE BtfsT OF ICE 7.30 to 10 o'clock; phone 1349. Woteh this space for rink news received severe'Injuries In a fall, be- lieved to have been caused by a blow in, front of the'home of'MctJraw last Slavin and another compan Ion" had accompanied liome from the Lamb's Club, where McGraw previously had engaged In a fight with LUother club member. PHONi T A I L 0 R FIFTH STREET CARS OF ALL MAKES OVER. HAULED AND REPAIRED BY J. E. PALMER 322 6TH ST. S. Five with aeroplane engines. Phone 1032. WORK GUARANTEED We Are Experts in Repairing and Retreading Tires New tires and Sold. Bargains In Second LETHBRIDGE VULCANIZING WORKS: 712 3rd Avenue South E, SIGNS CATCHER FROM PACIFIC LEAGUE LITTLE nOCK, Ark.., Dec. President Robert ,of Ihe Little Rock club of tho Southern Baseball, Associa- tion today announced that he hud algnod Catcher Oroyer form- er American league and American Asspciatlnn catcher who phyed with Victoria, B. C., in tha Pacific North- western League last ycsr. OOLF "PROS." FOiTM COMPANY professions! golf- ers have formed co-operatlvo, asso- ciation with a iund of Tbey v tatctrd (o construct a golf coursO for "BrofeMlonal TORONTO SOCCER STADIUM TO BE READY IN 1922 the most wel- come, announcement in Toronto soccer circles in years was made last night, when a' statement was Issued .to the effect thai tho promoters of posed soccer stadium' had beeii guar- anteed sufficient supp6rt for their pre- lect lo warrant them in carrying It throng, By the time the opening of (ho 1922 season rolls around It pro- posed to havo a perfect playing pllcn, rihd seating accommodation tor j Mr (lie Bottom from (he Uer Sftoe Harket A Drop of to on Men, footwear see .'vtlicM wonderful Tallies In display window Thos cannot be duplicated In any city at anything near theso prices Men's 'Tan or Black N6. 1 Calf- skin Shoes, Good- 'year welted soleg. FormeHy 50. THE FLORSHEIM SHOE It is needless to mention Anything In recommendation of the'' Plorsholm Slioe Those who are wearing them will nppreclato the special tut in prico (rom lo -i LOUIS KEEL SHOP OF FASHION CRAFT CLOTHE8 nd THE, FLORSHEIM, SHOE. OLIVER BLOCKiiU FjFtH'BtREEt ;