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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 14, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAffl? SIX BRINGING UP FATHER THE LETHBRTDGE DAILY HERALB TUESDAY, DECEMBER. 14, 1920 U _Ar By G. Mcffianus WELU-HOV) ARE FEEL IN'? WHY DON'T TOO BAIL ,_ BACK? DID fou '-Oo WITH VOU VE HAD HIM AT Out? TO Youi'Order For C- J A Slff A iiflS be delivered within The Herald Job Printing DepL BIGFOURTOOPERATE INDEPENDENTLY OF THE A.A.U.OFC.SAYS EDICT Statement Has Been Big Four Claims Unjust Treatment and Says Saskat- chewan and Manitoba Organ- izations Are as Bad. The Big Four believes It lias been picked out unjustly from among others at a number of Calgary players, going so far as, to send transportation to.Cal- r. j ma.le 'or to be picked op It has decided to ignore the U eridence to lliow that the A of C, Insofar as amilaUon is concern A rj Oj c were honorable only to ed and (o operate as a separate bodf benefit their owa 18 evidence Anytime the A A U of C. wishes lbe Oj aBd to maka a cleanup tha Big "Poor offi Ben80n, of the Falcons but OaU say the} win evidence now wUh Thls to-Bhow that similar conditions flaErant aa these players In anil Manitoba as were mcmDcra of tie Falcon Oljmpic Frank Patnck clamed In regard to the _ho by ,-D7jn- Aloerla body j aroused the Ire o! the 'powers tbat The decision to go their own sweet at way was made by the Big Four when aclion tat-en b (he. annual meeting of the A. X U of 88 by the resolution to not Cti had recommended that the Big suspended MttHRHg Bj: W. 'A.' Phelon. Mac? a "man waars-loag whUkerB because- bis wile buys ill neckties. a (or the .continuance of Mn'or bocfcey to lake Brandon into Ibelr league. Brandon Imported play en, Trajrer and IIill from Port Arthur, Arbour from Calgary, Maron from Winnipeg. Thess players had ail been approached by hockey clnbs from" all parts ot Canada Bran- Thert are In thin don also made liberal Inducements to burS that be known the btlnp atot eit, a muity room makes a grut ipringbotrd for a frog. A great many hasten pass bock thesepdajre. Pass him In the and nerer see bin. overcoat p after the action taken at tue Winnipeg T FpUowIng.ls a statement handed oat Uesttag The Big Four are not golnfr by the Big Four _, to be dictated to b> ittie Manitoba and a meeting held by the Big Four Ontfirio representatives of'the A A Consider tre now the Derby Hat. Think it bver( Of use is the Derby Hat! What val- uable purpose does it serve, and what weighs on the brow like a ton ot burn ing lead la summer, and in the winter BEKAGKUSl Magnates Going to Oust Play- ers Mixed up Gamb- ling Crooks BY HEK. NEW YORK. Dec. a num- ber of'tnajor.leaguetplayers are quak- ing In their boots these days The magnates gay they are going to clean Put it Over the Have Been Steady But Make .Them Jump Neit'weelrwe -would like to prize mohejr jump to fiftv dollars and better. This week It Is" up to forty .you :get your friends to send guesses '.tho contest would sobn'bo'.paying than atty Now that it is up to tho football fans of Southern Alberta. A contin- ued Increase such, as the past few magnates say they are going to clean we_b, ,JT JVT 7, !F a breath of suspicion has been cast I 'walk the is the owners' In That Is what we want Fans get your neighbor to come >ou and see If he is a better i era will go after their servlceE It be the unwritten "blacklist law for these players. The trial ofithe inflicted ball play- ers will take place sootL This trial Is gives free swe'Sp for all the Icy1 expected to .Implicate many players, winds tbat blow And, by mterence or fact, and these executive tha following7statement wllfmake To'imagine Napoleon In a Derby Hat' Or players will liave to go No player Issued effort to thetr own status George Washington In one' will be kept on the rosters of the clubs Conditions as thev sxlst in tha Big jjllt aaopt the dog'in the manrer attl I01" eTen thlnk of Roberk E Lee In a who IB m any mixed up In the 3ur toda> exist in everv branch ot tuile toward the youncer and weaker IDerby' Awty Wltil sucl! a Wdeoslty' baseball scandal It be oblivion ._ ,L_ for them. Judge Landis, the High Commission- er of Baseball, fallowing the receipt of .Information regarding suspected players, 4s.expected .to be _ senior amateur sport m the Dominion renre5entatlve branches of the amateur 'In their endeavor to giro the Alberta union. Pljbjic the best amateur hockey m Can The resolution referrej to in the the men behind the game, here aboTe paragraphs Is as follows followed the same Uctlcs adopted'bj-j Tna Big four League will not apply all other leagues throughout the coun renewal of affiliation with the Al- Gordon Keats gone hranch of the A, AjU of 0 but Vancouver to play for the Patrick in 8nan operate as aa Independent or tereste, in addition to the Selkirks con gaiizahon Signed, Executive of the League, Per AL1LAN President. It Is rumored that two Western Na Dunn Controls Baltimore Club BA1.TIMORE, a Isew train stood in Philadelphia all the world cheated. And, speaking tional league players are si, of tact, was there ever an example to tho first to go Others are expected beat [he cleverness of the toast master 'o follow In their footsteps When the who, at a banquet down In Georgia teams go lo spring'practice many a found himself called upon to Introduce favorite Is apt to be missing from the General Sherman to that gathering' call V t Ton couldn't even tie him, for this .wasp V May Scout for Yankees (tailing to function in Manitoba, the Big Four would have no doubt never keen criticized with regard to their uniteur standing Undoubted'y the jealousy occasioned fcy the superior brand of nockey that Alberta Is going to enjor this winter brought about tho narrow minded ac I lion at Winnipeg As past history will I U Ihow, the men In charge of the A A r V, have always favored tlie distncfsi.T In which they were specially interest ed The action taken at Winnipeg at this meeting not unexpected b) Ihe Big Four officials and It was for ihls reason that they adopted their resolution on December 4, but with juieiiif, Jack Dunn, "president man I held publication, so that the action at nger of the Baltimore internationals, I Texat uwil ts be the M Ward then manager, convou truthfully that there is no .everything is going at Half Price no mailer What It is'or wh'al It cost us. We MUST get quick action, or close our iloor the.first of the Cash Goods on Goods Exchanged BERT KESTER'S M E 'N S SHOP -HOSIE OK-IOTH CENTURY BiUND CLOTHINU Alexandra Hotel Block On the Corner THE SILVER GRILL ;e's Letbbridg Up-to-Date Restanrant HONS C L LAPPERRUQUE and CHA8. E MOORE, Proprietors Our kitchen is1 handled by Experts, C. L. LAPPERRUQUE, late of Hudson's Bay Co Restdurant, Calgary; Hotel La Salic Chicago; Hotel New York C ty, the able a-sistanee of BOB MEY- ERS, are preparing the appetizing viands and pastry served by our efficient dining-room staff. M TRIAL IS SUFFICIENT. CARS OF ALL MAKES OVER- HAULED AND REPAIRED BY Jv E. PALMER 322 6TH ST. S Five yeanV experience'with aeroplane engines. Phone 1032. WORK GUARANTEED PHONE 068 410 FIFTH STREET Hin tiie Bottom from (tie Mm m Mti A Drop of to on Mon, bntoro buying your Footwear SCO' IhoeG lyonderftil valuca It our .display They cannot bo duplicated In city at anything tear- these prices Men's Tan or ;Black No; 1 Calf- skin Shoes, Good- year Welted soles; Formerly Sale price Rt.'.s motion anything In recommendation ot the Horaheim Sfioq. Those who r.ro wearing them wilt 'appreciate Iho special, cyl in price, from1 J21.00 (o LOUIS KEEL SHOP OF FASHION CRAFT CLOTHES TH6 F.LORSHEIM SHOE OLIVER BLOCK, 813 FIFTH STREET ;