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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 15, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THE tarTHBRTDGfr DAILY HEKATJ? WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER J5. BONGING UP FATHER n u u By t fflcfflanus .Your Order For Xmas Card WELL-HE j I TBlICO TO ONE HONE THERE Afiie >vt LEAVf IN CLUtt be delivered within HOURS The Herald Job OFF FOR TWEVE ROUNDS 4TLIFE IF BIG FOUR HAS DOPE ON OTHER LEAGUES THEN LET IT Mingling of Amateurs and Pro- fessionals Will Not Be Toler- ated by A. A. U. of Between Amateurism and Professionalism Host be Gear Cut. "If. the Big Feu r League offler- als.have any Information to show that the hockkgy leagues of Mani- toba, Saskatchewan or any other province are' not'as they should be, we want the Information. The; Amateur Union has no Intention of making the Big Four the, goat. Let them produce their tlon and the A. A U. of C. wilt take action." Judge Jaokson returned yester-, day from Winnipeg where he at- tended the annual meeting of the Amateur Union of Canada, and In r _ a statement tovthe Herald made the above answer on the csmpns here. It BgareJ the long Jrlp will cut too In the studies and would also entail keeping the eleven ia training fw _ back to New YorR to train for'and giving a purso of the his match with tVUlard on St trust would clear Quite" a Patrick's Day y ItjJy little sum The match last nlghi broke all re ffhe Walker law Is excellent, but cords for receipts for ah indoor affair! its depends upon the manner in in the United Slates, according to un which It operates It la a money- official estimates The 11.C56 maker for tho Stale, as slown by the seats brought This does t first financial report Thla was made not into account ,the receipts public the otier day. from about dne thousand temporary Report Shows a Profit bleacher Beats and 2600 persons whoi The receipts for fees up to Novem- obtained standing room! match ber 19 amounted to and between Dempsey and. Willing which was fongltt In an open air arena, net }ed J452.522, the high 'mark. SASKATOON PUGILIST is CLOSE SASKATOON, Dec. Intyre, Baskaloon stnbhed three times In .a brawl hera early Sunday morning, .la' making, u brave flght for ilfe In a 'local, hospi- tal. Slnco he w'ns knifed Mclnlyre has been continuslly within an Inch of death, until this afternoon trhen tho hospital reported a, '.slight, im- provement in his condition. The po- llco are still holding Donald Alexan- der McLaren, on a charge of grievous .wounding. CLEVELAND CHAMPIONS WILL TRAIN AT DALLAS CLEVELAND Dec7 vtf.-DaHas, Toxae, has been tentatively selected an tbo spring training camp ol the champions, according to jamea Cj Dunn, president ot tho. Cleveland Americans. The. selection; Dunn said, had left entirely (o Speaker. Nine exhibition games .have been cither definitely or tentatively ar- ranged. Two are with the Nsw York Giants and (wo with Cincinnati -'al Dallas, two with Ihe nods'at Cfrtcjn- nail, two at Now Orleans Vlth Mow Orleans, and ono al Indianapolfe. B1Q YACHT RACES IN'SOUTH a, dolori north, firn millionaires have slrtlfled their Intention of the tax paid.ty the State np toNovem- ber 16 was announced to making a total of Eipendlttires to date werfr given as leaving a balance, in ez- cess of .the outlay, of Tho estimated Income for the year 1921 is and. the estimated -net rev- enue to the State for 1921 is 33116. -The appropriation granted to the commlaslon hy the State was 000, and the .total to'date leaving arii unencumbered balance ol tho appropriation of 555.30.- We Are Experts In Repairing nnd Retreading riroa New Tires and Tubes Sold. Bargains In Second Hand Tires LETHSRIDGE VULCANIZING WORKS 712 3rd Avenue South E, ion of competing la .theryifiht.B here ID January onFcbr. SKATING TONIGHT Admission. .25 and iSc BAND THURSDAY Admission Z5e and 35c 8 ta 10JO Phone 184J Wafch this (pact for rink newt BUT WE HAD pro CLOSE OUR DOORS ON OUR CUSTOWIERS SEY- JERAL. TIMES. WE ARE IN O ciyt KESTEE'S S Hotel Block BHAND: On the Comer LAPPERRUQUt and CHAS. E..MOORE, -f kitchen js'handled by Experts, C. L. LAPPERRUQUE, late of 'Huiton't.Bty'Co. Restaurant, Calgary; Hotel La Salic, Chlcaoo; CltvVwItb the able assistance ;of BOB MEY- ERS, are preparing the appetizing viands and pastry served by our efficient dining-room staff. V A TfllAL IS SUFFICIENT, CARS OF ALL MAKES OVER. HAULED AMP REPAIRED PALMER with engines. 1032. PHONE MS FIFTH STREET Drop'of on WlMrMlW Men, before -buyfng yoiir Footwear. ses these wonderfuj values iii our display iirindow. They cannot bo'dupilcalcd in any clU At 'any thing near tliese jHces. an or Calf- skin SKpes, Qobd- ytjafwelied soles. Formerly' Sale (O QC price THE FLORSHEIM SHOE It Is ntedlesa to rnoaMon anything In recommendation of the Florahelm Shop. Those who are wearing (hem will appreciate the special cut IA from J21.00 to LOUIS KEEL SHOP OF CRAFT CLOTHES ind THE FLORSHEIM SHOE OLIVER BLOCK, FIFTH STREET ;