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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 17, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ?f PACE SIX THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD BRINGING UP FATHER FRIDAY. DECEMBER 17.1920 By t McManus OH! WA.NY TO THANK YOU J-OVELV BOX OF CANDY- SO TALX yCU.- ITS BE 'I QUIET AROUND THE I AUL. THE CWSDVYOU OVER. ONE BOX Of U HARDLY CAHOY DO YOO WANT AND HOW MUCH Your Order For Xmas Cards will be delivered-within 24 HOURS, Herald Job Printing Dept Le4bridgeHin Anxious to Promote Provincial H. S, Cbampionstup Test Ail Lines of Boys, Fed They Stand a Good 1 Chance Officials of the'high school who are directly Interested in the ath- letic end of the school are- promoting a provincial.high school Communications 'on the subject-have been sent to Calgary but no replies have been received. They feel that the Uthbnagt high school' Is In a good .position to run up against the best any other high school of the province can produce In a 'good many events. The basketball teams are the pride of and both the and glris would Ijke to "J-meet soifle of tlie hoopers' from northern high schools The boys team rtas swept every- thing In front of tt this season and j as at least one of the players will make' the first, district team this .c-. year and TweVty dollars will be given Brat prize for this weekk's football inpBliltuu. Who la going to win it? Al lentrles must be in The Herald office by the first mail In the morning and present Indications are that the still larger; -The numher of; entries Greeks, even The ice at the rink, is.Jn eplendtd shape, and more Interest' is being taken in Ice affairs than ifor many years Last night over MO skaters crowded Ice nheet. TJjeri was a hand oh deck and the .fans had the time of their lives. Skating seems to haVo crowded the Into the background for the time, being. ORGANIZE FOR SEASON WEHADTOCLOSETHE DOOR AGAIN YLSTERD AY for which we are sorry. However, it's worth your while to wait your turn for everything is selling at HALF PRICE. :i THERE ARE STILL LOTS OF GOODS OtJR BASEMENT IS FULL BERT RESTER'S MEN'S SHOP HOME OF JOTH CENTURY BRAND Alexandra. Hotel On the Corner DItturbtrs of the Puce Midnight Vodelers. ,TaeV oh: your chair. Hoochlfled Football celebrants. at a movta show. Motorcyellats. This Js the. open season for infant on Saturday morning the biggest batch always arrives So "there IE to get your entry In. Make a good try'for this Brat prize. "HERALD" Football THIS RULES QOVERNINO THE COMPE. TITION ARE AS FORM L The competition will '.be PLAYED DEC. 18TH The 2Iera1d Football 2. Competitors will entitled to as entries as they dealrC, iach entry la accompanied CLOSE DEC. 17 MIDhKJHT. jer of entrK'S. DIVISION 3 Compel! lorg must crOsS' out tlie lames of iho tlubs they think w-H 103 and ctosa out the names of R. vs Mlddleiboro Bradford City vs ArseMl If Ibey a draw wlil Preston 4. can only txj secured vs Bradford the Sporting Page ot The 5 AJ1 received will he DIVISION turned In -prices, The amount and numbers of prlws will be pubHshed every Monday morning for that ResullJ of competitions va Leeds U, Blickpoor va-NoHi C. Cardiff C. vs Bury be -i- every Wednesday Orient vs Portvde to wccwoful competitor.! DIVISION maitftd Immediately on jecelpl of 'nftrmatlon by the Athletic vs Newport muat be posted or v> Watford HTefed to Thp Herald before Merthyr vs Plymouth rKbt on Ifrldftfa. A Friday posl-mark from points ouUlde of the clly at will he conslrltred vt Swlndon SCOTTISH LEAGUE eontntnlng Intimate entry. vs Mofhtrwell 7. The name and ndrlrees of rnust be clearly marked on R. vs Clyde Ayr United vs Rangers 1 filamps" muBt not be uced ts vs Alrdric mctit for entrfeS 0 All entries muat.ba adriressed to tor Foothrill Competition, onler tho Herald Fooloal] Com petition In accordance wltU the lilrntd. and conditions announcer .1 ThP Sorting and agree to accept the pu tcilJ final 11. EmptoyeAj .of The Herald declBloa as Una) anil legal barred fronj compclltlonv Coal New Cupfor Competition: entered Harvard; the 13 year old girl is a wonder in didactic sciences, and has matriculated at ten-year-oia who can tell you all about Sanscrit and tho revolutions of the larger all these'are getting their the in- spiring everyone with a desire to see. _ _. gang of ordinary, husky kid's grab! was In the chair and there .was a them, take them out in a vacant lot. I large turn out of members, 'The pur- roll them on vne sod, and stuff grass--------' !r. their faces. King of Pelts The fellow who toots hit auta horn to summon hit friend out of the house (From. Our Own Corresifendent) COLEMAN, Dec. A'meetlng of the Curling Club was 'held In the Club's new waiting room on'Tuesday evening. President >0i E.'" and tooting without a break. It five minutes Senor Juan Garcia.ISelruonte, cbam- I pion of Spain, has arrired In thin cotmtjy. Why doesn't he I with Jack Cirrley! The champion hull-killer and the champion bull- throwor ought to make a resistless combination. {Copyright National Newspaper of (he wa, for tho ensuing season. Tho WILLARD WILL TRAIN THREE MONTHS BEFORE MEETING J. DEMPSEY KANSAS CITY, -Dec. Wlllard, former heavyweight cham- pion, expects to train Intensively (of thr'ce months In preparation for his i bout to regain the title from Jack Dempsey In New York, March 17, 'according to a statement made here by Hay Archer, his Discussing tho coming bout with Dompsey, Archer said: is not thinking about money. He .wants to prove to the public that ho was not himself TENDLER TOO QREEOY WINNIPEG, Dec. ptopoasd bout hero on December 14 between Low Tendler of Philadelphia and Eddie FHzalramcmB of New York, was can- celled today Tendler demandoi for fcj foUowing were the choice of lie m'eet- Ing: Messrs, Whlteslde, jtcBurney, HOBS, Powell, Rlppon, MooreV, Al tan.-Powelj Becfc, C.-S.'Out mitte. D. V. Allan, W, 'Oulmettc, Gep. Kclfock, D. .Davidson, J. Woods It was decided 18 have two periods In the evening 7 to 5 and 9 to 11 p.io A rule was adopted for the first period so as to avoid lengthening II-beyond B p.ta. Tho secretary Intimated. thai the Inleruattonal Coal and Coko Co had donated a cup and foup Smaller cups to the district association, to be competed for at tha annual' oonsplel Secretory Herchmer of Fernlo In ac ceptlng tho gift on behalf-of the as soclatlon, suggested that It be a ed 'competition. Thatiiieans that tho rinks In cacS club In the, aswclatlon' play for the privilege of competing all the annual bonspiel this year, to bci held at Fcrnle, and only the'winning rinks compete with the other, ful rinks of each club.. This makes the sixth cup for competition. i The skips met Immediately after ths meeting and selected their rlnkfl. But tho rinks were filled, the list of them must over. The first competition la to.M that of President vs. Vice-President. Thjs will likely start on Christmas Day or immediately ntlerwards.. Mr. Rlngrosa has got tplendld foundation ready and assures us that curling will be startod.noxt week un- less we get some more summer wea- ther. (Blairmore At a well attended meeting of i skat Ing' and hockey enthusiasts' .held in the Union hall on Monday night, of leers .for the season were 'elected as follows: y Charbonnier. Hon. Hamilton. Hon. B.'-WIlsori. H. Scott. G. Hhynas. Chief Hamilton. Delegates to League M. G. iiiynas and R. W. H. PInkney. Entertainment Committee W. Qoddard.Mi. W. H. Pinlmer.'P. Mon- talbetll. A. Ennls and W.': Turner.- It was decided to obtain amateur cards [or all ot the players and to also enter the league with Coleman, Pln- cher Creek and Msclcod. There is material for a real good hockey team In Blairmore, ard It Is up to the public to give the-.boys per support .There w.lll he a hotter brand of hockey.played in Blairmore this year than ever b'efore; Watch for Already a committee has made' the rounds of and every one! approached, particularly the business most liberally. The complete list of contributions will Bo. published in.our next Issue. The West Canadian i Collieries have! very kindly bi7ercd a rink site tnd expenses to the eitcnt of abont one, thousand dollars and 'work of con- struction is now well under way, A FAMILY TURKEY DINNER WiH be semd from 530 to 8 p.m. ON SUNDAY NEXT, DEC. 19TH PLENTY OF CHOICE YOUNG FRESH KILLED TURKEY AND OTHER GOOD THINGS, Our kitchen li handled by'Experts, C. L. LAPPERRIJQUE, late of :Bay.Co. Restaurant, Calgary; Hotel La Salte, Chicago, Hotel Plata, New York City; with the able assistance ot BOB MEY- ERS, are preparing tlie appetizing viands and pastry aerved, by our efficient dining room ataff. TH SILVER GRILL LETHBRIDOE'S UP-TO-DATE RESTAURANT MONS. C. L. LAPPERRUQUE and CHAS. E. MOORE, LEWIS THROWS 8TETCHER TO WIN THE CHAMPIONSHIP NEW "Strangled Lew- is of San Jose, Cal, won the world's heavyweight catcli as catch eu wreel- ling championship hero Monday aliht by throwing Joe Stecher of Dodge, Nebraska, In dne hour and 41 mlnnteg, five seconds, with a head aiid hip lock. CARS OF ALL MAKES OVER. HAULED AND REPAIRED BY J. E. PALMER 322 6TH Sff-S. Five experience with aeroplane engines. Phone 1032, WORK, GUARANTEED NOTED PACING CHAHPIOfj DIES NASHVIU-E, R. Gen- try, onco pacing cha.rnplon, IB Tendler demudfti dead of old age. ]te wai EMrly. tiir- V tie ihojre _ ycara old. We Are Experts In Repairing nnd Retreading i New TlrOD and Tones Sold, Bargains In Second'Hand Tires LETHBIilOGE VULCANIZING WORKS 712 3rd Avenue South E. PHONC Ml Practical and Acceptable Gift Sugges- tions for 'W at Reduced Prices Shaw your judgment by useful gifts'that :pleate and appeal to low priced. OUR CHRISTMAS NECKWEAR tue largest stock ot its kind In.' the city, and Is a wonderful''wealth of selection of all styles'nhd patterns. Silks of hlghett ijnallty predom- gift. FJlNE SILK SCARFS Odr atock of Scarfs excel anytnfnig seen in the city. Moat a elect; paUbrhs and of ir- reprrjaci'ibie quality. The.pre- ferenceB' you. havo ,in mind antielpaled wltb ple cliofco gire you In atylea, patterns and fabrics. GLOVES Olorcs are a'pleasing and use- ful gift and Are. always denlred. Oar ot Dent's and Per- rln's ElOTca fiare that (tress dls- Is the final touch I to 'a welHuraed-out appearance. BELTS, SWE THE PF QIFTS A MAN APPRECIATES, HOSIERY Socks are welcome gifts, and. whether In pure wool, cashmere, llsla or silk, there (s no 'doubt' to such a present. Tnstslul pat. terns and styles. TER COATS AND VESTS, ETC., LQUIS KEEL v OF TASMION CRAFT CLOTHES and THE FLOR6HEIM SHOE i OLIVER BLOCK, 353 FIFTH STREET ;