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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 18, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta FACIE SIX 10, IUUI UP FATHER" By G. McManus NT 11ITI.L VOU To DID ANV Krr-V dllU SPENCE BROS. TAX! I'ily jinil (.'uuiilry -irlps Healed Can. Phones OTT AUTO LIVERY Special Son-Ice ou Country Phones 7B7 Residence 1210 IN .WORLD OF Good Material Here For District League Main Cos in Canada's Great Hockey thing About Him e- OEMPSEY DOESN'T WANT VERY MUCH SAX FRAXC1SCO. Dee. II (he successful prpHioiers ot n world litlc figlu between Jack Dernpfpy nnj Georges .Carpentier realize Dempsev will demand Jack Kearns, his mannger, said here today. v v v v v v v v v Number of Southern Entries of the Race Quito a number ot southern dis- tance runners are sail to be cotislj- orlns the advisability of crac (By A. P. Carrey) Dor. wplmo ot hockoy of the P-i- ncit year became .1 regular. feast, ojieralics the largest nr- Back With McGHJ I'-flcial skating riant in America, if Frank played right win] not in iho worl.'I, ami elevating the i Weeliuoiirii In 1905, ami In ganiD ol lo the pre-eminent. was bick with McGlll. belli? Mgh ?rhool..and lilar at McGIJl unl He played junior and inter mediate hockey with Wosiniount jal (lie rajpary Iloail Race on' ClirJ3l Club In 1901-02, ana sot his first ex- mas Day. Vance of Clarcshotm will pertonce In the senior game with Iho likely .in enlry. Jobanson. who j Montreal Vica in He played twice won the LcLlibridge Herald utility roles lhat season, but lhc race and >ras awarded ihe cup Eddie Bergcr Joe Fienslein CITY TAXI SERVICE DAY AND NIGHT Country Trlpi i Specialty Phone 1956, Office 409 3rd Ave. S, Lethbrldfje, Alberta. Ride In a McLaughlln Special, it no more. Js Hadly Bruised But U. F, A. Officers For 1920 Eleclcd fPrnm nur Orm ONE-FOUR .Dec. Kctnp of-Sage Creek visited August Flora lasl week. J. E. Calfeo and Claudo 1-e Ilohn came over from 1-3 to crulso for coy- otes and Jack raHiits. wo have not yet learned ihe result or damage. Krank Chlsholm hull on Friday anfl was thrown lo tlie I ground and badly bruised, 1ml man-1 war causeii the fanccllaUon, oT the race for four years, will not be pres- ent. haviiiR to Spokane. Fans Have High Hopes of Winning District League and Gel- ling Into Playdown for Hcrald-Jouvnal Cup Emblem- atic of Provincial to Fans to Support the Boys. ncrs who might care lo lake part It "End to get Ic his foot nnrt escaped jjosiitan IL occupies todiy m the realm Of :ho collegians In 1937. Two years the race (he Herald reprints the rules around HIP barn, ot sport. Frank A. Pairic> is growing later he rejoined ihe Vies, and MTBS Q[ ihe race as they recently appeared One-Four Loca! U. P. A. met Satur- OJ1 ihe jolK To handle the with Ihem up until Iho time ot his iti Iho Calgary Herald: day and dueled Lhe following officers Tor 1320: President, Samuel Cross, Vice-President. D. N. Current; secret ary-trcasurcr, T. L. Duncan; directors, Jai. MaclBam and T. .Carlson. Is Lelnbirdgc going after the Herald-Journal cup emblematic of the interrrcdisl- championship of Alberta hockey? The fans have seen the games already played in ihe city "esgiie believe thst Lelhtrldge has a good chance to win cut in ihe Crow league, and then to go all the way down the line in the olay down In the late winter. The is h rp, they say, and they are going oirt lo !hat is in the fTght lo the fast Of course, that Ts taking It far granted that Lelhbridge is going lo wm the district league and something of doubt about that according to vrord frc-rr. "sc- leod, Pinchcr Creek arid Taber. WMbur is managirg the Chefs season and you can just het your life that they'll Uke some beating. And then there's Pinch- They haven't won a hockey league pennant for same time nnd they're getting hungry. Hscleod Is the dark horss of the league this winter for they hsve 175 Mounties over there and If they have a few Bouchers among them goad night! But Lethbridg- will havt a dis- B23 EVf EASTERN HATS Sbr PAD trict league team that will the fans sit up and Lake notice. Pilling and Sutherland seem lo be the pick ot the goalies so 'far, though Warren of the Mounttes shows that he afraid lo get In front of any kind of slams. IF Marion of the Vets gets In good sTiape he will make a ttrong bid fop the point position. 'Jp on the forward line the pick seems to be McGiflis. Boucher, Turcottc and Judge has still display his wsres in a game. Ole Stone must slso be seen fore passing judgment on the de- fens? men Taylors have a cou- ple of reputed fast men who haven't bfen seen yet and alto- gether the picking of a city league team isn't going to be an easy lask. But ths material 13 there and if properly handled we that Lelhbridge can put a team into the Fight that should land up among 'em in Inc intermediate Incidentally let us aay thai thE boya are doing their share. The rink management is doing its share. It's up to the fans now to get out and support the players. The bleacher seats were brought in 'on Wednesday and will be In position for the next game. IF the fans and the weatherman will do their part hockey fs going to boom here. We feel that it should boom. There is talk now of stag- ing a Hockey nrght in an effort to get everybody possible out wit- ness a game. This may be done a couple of days after Christmas and i( U Is and 1000 turn out hcckey rs made in Lethhricfge for this winter. To haTidle the managerial reins ol world's cham- departure for'Nelson. B. C., "Fhere he The following are the rules of The r-'on rl-Jbs T-roulrt seem -i large-sized resided lor a couple ot years before 'Calgary Herald's annual road race, order for Iho average nan romine on lo Vancouver. Ho waa which be run on Clirlsiraas morii- liul this Uyjaly ?ide IESUO lor iho (he youngest player to break inloilng, starting at 11 o'clock, Vancouver magnate. NoL only haa senior hockey In Montreal, budding 1. The raca 15 run under Ihe sane- he personally taken charge of iiic, tcrih when 17 years of Us tioii the Alberts o[ {lin Vancouver year Into the senior ranks one-Amateur Athletic Union >of Canada, chimpioa teams >Car Lefore Lester or Art ioth and all contestants must hold amateur t-f uhom fans have conic to regard cards. Tho Hcralil reserves the na Ihe real veterans ol lhc sport. llo refect any cntrr. Hockey was not ihp, only sport in) 2. Kach will he Ju uhich I'alrirk figured. He was ei wiiii iwo riiimbers, to be pinned on sirc-ns lor football, and figured the front and Ijack or Ine running Iiromluenily in traclv and fleld alh- jersey. The numbers Lc supplied his cap from Me- by the Hc-raM, and can be obtained Gill. He sh.wtcT'a lot of speed on on the morning ot Iho raco at Tho Herald office. Ilie Best Exercise For the inside Come in Ihe afternoon and Iry it. x Dominion, Bowling Alleys Dascrr.cnt, Dominion Bldg. piloted Iwo sinco lhc inception o[ the game in I Iho Avssl in 1911', hut he has boea the [main cog in Canada's great hoc- key mathine, evolvint; new rules have made It the most thrill- ling of all emerged -victor from a great hockey which u lew Tears ago shattered- Ibc? oM X. H. A. from slem lo siern, end hat- ciniler 'He also had a fond along, at limes in ihe face of gs ror ani Is would have dis- great which couraged olhers. The orvanizatton of (he- Pacific Coasl Hockey Association, the strong- OTitario cVjb f-jr'ihaL season. lircuft in (he im-jIniT to Vancouver'in 1311. lio 3. A'.! spirits musl DE made to He OniOX, Dec. nt> _ Tho annual THE ONLY RADIATOR SHOP IN SOUTHF.RN ALBEflTA, THAT r.lflKtS A SPECrALTV OF RADIATORS ONLY. We tJcvot'o our lime lo ratllalor ANDY THE RADIATOR MAN 478 FlftJi St. meeting ot the local U. F. A. was held 11 verse, wa-s Lhe direct result o[ the on plans to- nn arena here, enterprise of the Patrick celebrated Ihp supporter of While in Sporting DJitor of The Herald. Tfi-s nL Orion on Friday evening December Frank-got an ;o will positively close on ConsIdTiiig Lho severe weather play with lit at rev. _ end riesday, December 2J, at ]2 o'clock jhat we hare "had nnd tho sialo of Iho Coin- noon. roads the nltcnthnco was sntiarac- 4. A-conipelilor miiEl at once re-' rorjw Adrtrcipc-J were Given by ihu .'1 in tire from tlie rmco it onlcrcd to do open- byL the medical staff or ihe referee, jiey. n. Wooils ntiil Mr. T. Ncst- Aflervvards tho iftllowlnc appoint- (lie problem of building nrcnas 'Iropped out with enthusiasm and as a result sev-Jaiter hay in? cral or the coast rJtles.boagt fine arenas, giving lorers of skaling a to indulge. In this favorite FOR A BOUT IN PARIS I form of amusement, anil fnmiahlng: a brand of hockey that has ihe fans up on their toes from start Lo finish. Real Tribute Fsank Patrick's re-election lo Ihe portion of president of (he Coast Associntion is a tribute (o his ability a-> a Icaricr. For golrtg he has handled the presidential reins, audx- la years he hag gone through some trying times, but his efforts to keep hockey to' the fore have been crowned with success. He stands for all fhat In manly tn sport. roast fans are particularly proud of the F.C.H.A.'s record in to far a.s clean play Is concerned, alt games j being devoid of tleliheralo a noticeable feature of coast games. Patrick doesn't like dJrly pUy, and this lad is impressed on, all players. New introduced 1 ty Patrick, have proved active jilaycr. G. Any compelltor who drops of C'. Wnsicy, Lee Diinbtim and hcre tie race, or who subsequently ob- c. TJarley. It was decided Lo send nt sinco the introduction ol the structg another conipctilor, or who least three OelcEalea to the U. F, A. Nowadays tho hockey magnate 13 sects lo finish the race without Hav- convention lo'lia held In Calgary In kept as busy, ns a bird-dog lining up IHE run Ihe full course-will bc dis-ljan players nnd kecpInR in touch with qualified. the liocljey eiluation aroun'd the coast The severe weather wo have- cxper- Each competitor must provide jencccl of laic liiis cimscd a. anx- liib own rcfrcshmcnL for the race. I tcly aTiioniisL tho farmers lierc for Iho 8. Tho race Is in Lho absolute con-1 feed slacks fire small tills year and It trol of the referee. reported at the U. F. A. mccllnK 9. All competitors must report, to that thuro was a delay 1n RelLlnK cars the Sporting I-illlor The Herald in 0[ Cccd which were on onicr. On Kun- .Ihe ollicc ai least three-quarters of day nnd Monday the wcatlifcr moder- fan hour before llic, start of (no raco. which was n reliW. This 13 imptraLIvc. Christinas will begin here on Bun- IP. After receiving their numbers, day the-21st. when special rmistc will Lhe compeLilora must at onro slrlp ami be given as part of the Bcrrlco at pet ready for the atari. Ilunncra must Orion United church, lie In readiness to appear five intn- On Monilay tituiiiii Ihn 22nrl, a, ufes heCorcr the time for (ho start of, prand will he given in ihe race. church and It Id cxiiectcd lhat II- must keep (o the during Ihc evening "Santa Claiu" "nl on tbc way. If we may judge -by signs. road T1 not bc U3ed hc la nLiendancc. Chrlsim-ia irefs are arriving, Ijesldea at RBjr large qtiantlMcs of mall and express. 13. "L'ich 'compclllor must undergo tosler crer, seems tb bc catching the. a inedicaj e.-caininalion by the Many actors 5nd acl- _1aff 1 nnd 1-ave speed lo the game, and ihe world's series, now staged PARIS, Dec. hundred onrl is the result ol Ihe Van- rilty thouEar.-l dollars Is Ihe amount couvcr magnate's efforts. Dempsoy wan la to come to AJlhough he hns been iilayin- 1 France to fight Carpenticr. M. Dccoin, manager o( the AVondcr- land Sporllsj; of Tails, announ- ces Ihnt will pay fh.3 price. A rabk'gram from Jack Dempsey's manager, was received by M. Dccoin 1hls afternoon asking for thla amoiiDt. Kcams he has TG- colvcd a bona fide otfer of a resses. elocutionist and -n of each con p lngcra are on ftarting line wil E decided by senior hockey slnr.c he waa 17 yeara him last week. Then on Monday they wortlnff overtime In preparation for his ,n c.vfnt oj 1he en. Sunday school and scnpol concert. trrc3 Loo n-Jmerous for lhc nin. All of which adOs Eome interest lo lac lo bc Etartcd jn OJ1D liDCf twQ liusy life or mis moiropous. wlll bc rornitd. Mr. Dcalty's brother came to vlsll, HUNS ADOPT PROPERTY LEVY TO RAISE TAXES 11KRM.V, properly levy bill, one of Iho three major lion measures bronglH down by M Lhiau Krzberger, ol finatice, jiasseii ihird rcnrling in the national [assembly yesterday. of age, the local hockey Impresario never landed on n winning team un- til 1515, when he playeJ point, man- and cjaptainel the Vancouver Millionaires, and following tholr BUC- rc33 In lhc coast rare that season the Millionaires sltppcrl rlRht but and in the first world's defeated Ot- received a telegram t of thr; tawa champions of the east. purge for a battle between .._...- ant! In America. ihrec r.itrick, a native of ilao aiks for ine option ol j Ottawa. Onl., and brought up In Montreal, picked up 'he same In !h? loua lllncsa of another b rotter at the coast They drove across lo Durticlt and took Ihe train Alonday afternoon, to vlalt their flck brother. Mr. Emcraon nobcrLa has returned home From Calgary. Mrs, Ed, Thomp-on of Xoinlscam ni her son Harry, vlstlerl Mrs. Ncal ast Tvpek. Mrs. and Tjaby were o'its at the home of Mrs N' Mrs, ilrydRn ontcrlalned a few friends at her home last Thursday K-W, Service Station Service Station [or the famous K-W Magnetos. AU makes ot magnetos, gent-raters, colls paired. Full siocl: of repair parts car- riciK All work suaranleod. MAGNETS RECHARGED The Roy Electric Co, Eia 4th Avenue South PHONE 735 Electric Welding CAR REPAIRING Lawford Welding Co, 2nd Avc., Opp. LelhbrTdge Hotel Phone 1541 STRIKE BOARD REPORTO ST. JO1I.V. X.D., Dec. IS.i- .of thn hoarl or conciliation which (Jealt with tho waec bC' v.-ccn CaniKllan I'ooillc-iliilwsy and Die TrciKliL handlers' 'union v.yi ysslorday antl the Iintllnt lias been forwarded (o OlUwa. Members of lhc board expressed tho opinion thai thn recommendations pujniHter] uM ti.c aatiafaclory to all cor.ccriicrl. HAT CURLERS FAIL TO GET CUP. IlKII Alia., Hcc, Tho H'clser Irophy gull rr-mafns 'hla rlty. Hat rinks fcfl by Mayor and W. Sails being rtetealcd In tho doublo rink curling compctlllon here laat nlgbt by a score ol 25 to 24. We Have Installed a Full Equip. for Repairing AUTOMOBILE MOTORS Cnn hactllo nil makes.oC CRTS. Expert Hoi Air Furnace Work, FREEL ELLIOTT Sheet Metal 336 6th St. South Phone 1713 Vimy Auto Repair Shop Adams Block 13lh Street N. GENERAL FlEPAins'FOR ALL MAKES OF CARS. By Experienced Mechanics. FOno SERVICE AGENCY TIRES STORAGE ALL WORK IS OUAHANTEED G, F, WILSON, VI. TULLOCH Uritlfili conip1inic3 nrc incrRih comiictc xvilli y. motor cara. ;