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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 20, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PACKSTX FEE pR 20, 1920 BRINGING UP FATHER By G. McMaaus KIN OUT FER A. LITTLE VMILE SOCIETY HERALD Organization Meeting Saturday Evening Enthusiastic for Big Dinning Men .Chosen for President and Affil- iate With A.A.H.A. and Defend'Chaih- c _ pionship of Province. SIX TEAMS FOR CROW HOCKEY Blairmore and Coleman Added To Southern Hockey Organization; Thiriy Game Schedule Starts 29th afc-'to groapliie made. Taber Hockey in Southern .Alberta promises to boom this winter provided the weather man con. tlnutjs his present good'behavior provide! the. ice and .wsather luttab'c for Canada's great winter pastime, for on Saturday evening tht Crow .Hockey League was re- at a meeting here, ex- tended .1 four team league to____________ __ a six team aggregation by the'In-. They said :to tie .sure o( schedule would alio to a driving card tor the league cames, The New Officers Tfca election of officers ,was the neit business and -brought the noancement from president Dinning that ho cnuld rot accept the nomina- tion was unanimously tendered htm. He said tfcirds of the time. after the first -of ike year and could. sot do the position justice. The officers "named ?rere Houorary W. A. BucluaAn, M.P. H. G. Long, Leilibridge. First H. Bosaenberry, Fiiicher Creek. Second Scrkt, liealey, Macleod. McKtt- lop, Letbbridge'. re, Executive Macleod, Geo. Creek he dropped and that the teams i TaDer> A.. Slue; and from Macleod east, with ths inclusion I Coleman delegates, to. be, of Medicine Hot as a possibility, lormj their respective ciubs on'tnelr :affilla- the league this year.'with Pincher] lion with the league. Creek irronped yllh the. Pass towns, A schedule committee then -under- Blairniore and Coteman. .Pincher'took to prepare a; schedule of -home home frames, which; was ndoptea on, The schedule ap- pears- In Tha Guarantees Local Mounties Defeat Macleod ,4 to Good Material in Both Teams Though It -was Saturday night and Christmas shopping was the main at- traction, there wa Tho secrotarj's report showed a nnd Taper be foirncd. An ho accspUbie to the neVmenj- .--i.- waj rut forward-by Jlessrs. RhouDS bers of the league. The guarantees Walcotfof Piiicher Creek :tuat e decided on as ieamVleegue be, formed ____________ Blaifni'ore and Coleman if they con- _ meeting ;Edmon. come in; iU'dS of the north. JiaG home played. The amend-k_ Ing the champion. .meW. was-carried, tfie-Taher dele, "S malic of that sue-: gates voting against. However onpe loit ,in jMitibridge hadrall thoThetter of the Brit-period and set the-'pace. Billy Henderson notched after.five minntes, and DuXe five slater. JicPhee, Twho wan probablTithe'fastesfinah on'ttfe Ice. at least he was in-the Vest condition, bulged the Macleod net one minute! pucccedcd in wresti 'ebip anil cup emblematic of that i gates voting eess _ The tegue Is thcroford Itt pos-1 tho docUIon'was made, and It was cession of tho provincial plained to Taber that an eftprt would ship this year, ard would have to at- be made to give them a little ad-' filialo with the A AH A in order to; vantage in the matter of guarantees, etain aid detond It accepted the decision cheerfully; 'I l Pass Towns Admitted ncd were enthusiastic over the possi-i J, Before tno election ot ollcera there bllitle'3 ot tho extended league, for It -xwas a Ions discussloj as to the make-.was fell that the two mining towns league tor this year. Let- of the Pass would provide keen com- 1 tors were read from Macleod, Taber petition which would arouse more in-) Crook In which various tcrest !n the fans, while a thirty gsme "HERALD" Competition S4S.OQ--TH13 HULES GOVERHINO THE AHE AS FORM 1 I Tl- e Won wJH b s GAMES PLAYED Tha JlciiJi ____ ___ manr enirido on linV provide ten entry la siccunipaultitl by CLOSE DEC. 24TK MIDNIGHT, re c.2nt3> and coupons to tho tiuui-itr. _ol 'DIVISION A CcmpeUton must crosa out Lines tl ine cJuts tiiey think ac cn4 cfostt out the nmnes of Villa vs. Manchester U, Blackburn H. vs. Preston. Hi fey consider a draw will vs, Sunderiand. 4 Coupons can only oo secured vs. Derby County. the of The lie; aid. 3 tnoalca receiver! will bi In prices. Ilia amount DIVISION Blackpool vs. Barnsley. jfjibors of T.1U bs vs. South Shields. every- mornine for that Deck's X-fimes. lieRults of competitions p jbllsheiJ every edncsday and to succeashi] competitors 0. vs, Hull City. Coventry vs. Cardiff. THIRD DIVISION ImmftdlAtoly on tectipt vs. Queen's Park- R. i.nflrm'atlon by (he AtWotlc NCWF, 6 Ml entries must be posted or At-Vcred to The Herald before vs, Crystal Palace, Bristol R. vs. Swansea, 'on: :A Friday vs, Northampton, mart from points of the clty f- Lftthbrldge will bfi considered LEAGUE Aberdeen vs. Partlck Thlrtle. 7." Thft name and -.AJdresn of Alrdrleonlans vs. Morton, Wntxtltor must dearly Marked vs. Rangers. each coupon. 8 Stamps must not be used AS vs. Hibernians. wnl for entries, t All entries must ba to fie KdStor, FootbAlf ontor Hie. Herald Football Cora petition In accordance ivith 11 end conditions announce! ,0 Tha Sporting Oeclalon t" fmal 11, Employees of The Herald are larrod frotA.thf compitttEdD, and agree to accept the llshed decision as final aud legally binding. J Taber and Letbbrldge Lethbrldgt and Colemtn 160.00. aud Blalrmore 156.00. Lcthbrldge and Pincher Creek 145.00 Lethbrldge and Macleod 130.00. Macleod and Coleman Macleod and Blairmore (40.00. Macleod and Pincher Creek 1'incher Creek and Coleman'130.00. Pincber Creek and Blairmore J25.00. Blainuore and Coleman 115.00, Other It was decided tbat all teams must long shots QUEBEC A.H.A. CONTROLS .AMATEUR HOCKEY AGAIN Ready To Give You Good Service This Week Al Our HALF PRICE SALE We've sold a pile of goods but there's lots left in our basement Eyerything at half-price. BERT KESTERNS M E N S SHOP ,HOME OF 20TH CENTURY CUOTillNQ Alexandra Hotel Block On the Corner the scoring for the flrst jorlod.' Second Perlpi graced fence; for a j Bale's" a" mantrace during his rftent tour, right 'of the second: _ .__v MONTREAL, pec the third j annual meeting of the Montreal A. A. A. Saturday _ the Quebec as- Eocladon's confrof.of amateur hockey was Extended-for-the season.'' The Quebec-branch of the .0. A. H. -A: now controls this divislch of the sport In the province and only clubs r It can compete JOT the AHaii 'cup, omblomatlc of the, senior amateur hockey chaTriptdnship of Can- ada; the Intermediate championship- pf..the Dominion, and the jncior ama- teur championship of SOUVENIR.: LONDON, toclei, .which Plymouth re- cently, had on board the Australian steeplechaser, KInlark. Tho Prince of period. Up and down play'.wltk Mao- leod coming strong featured-the first ten minutes at the end up the Ice and toblc a long from right. It wasfa coun- owner. .5Ni'Niali; tireaentod the ho'rse to the Prince as a Bourenir. OLYMPIC GAMES DEFICIT. LONDON, daHclt of nearly on the recent games at Antwerp wu Quuica ni ter. After the face oft McPhee.rashed is reported by the treasurer ot the forlxithbrln'ge but 'good British Olympic Association. chance by.rpnooting Theni'FrltsI gal away-again and Rolng- right' through scored from closi> ito goal. This put .Macleod within (me of the homesters and the visiting rooters were Jubilant. .was short-! SKATING TONIGHT n was neciaca toei an teams must Ouv.u-, secure amateur cards for their play- "vert however, for -The snow 6w clear- 'wIpRleil through and notched .No.. 4 JS? J...If, nnlt era and afflllato with the AAHA Tho tees for aniliatlon with the Crowifor I-ethbrldje. LeVaBtenr got league were set at dollars track right the fice off and there Will be skating tonight with the Slonday night hand In agalntt- tho -Inclusion player i. referee, the Visiting club having the n years Manawr Heber was opportunity of naming a Judge ot play, complimented highly on his wort. Ixsthbrldg. will not he Podeer handled the -gams and allowed to comprise players from H tip by callinK too many Coalhurst, though Coalhurat team !a a member ot tha' Lethbrldge city fThlbftldnrganlei are league. The visiting'delegates ruled ?.TflnBc'1 'n tha nertjfew. ,QVCD U1CU j Coalnnrst wRh ]iockcy The meeting adjourned at 1. a.m., .the.delegates voicing the opinion 'that the league outlook was'the brightest ever, and promising that each town would give Lflthbrlilgo a cham to hold the championship. WHITE SOX SIGN SEMI-PROS. I Semi-pros have been signed by the Chicago American League team, Thoy are First Jinse- man George Buhson and rilchsr Harry Haney. SKAM Toracirr, WITH BAND to 19.30. Admlnlon 3Se ind Kt. though neither the .cjty nor the district leagues fur- nigh; ii tlm'oi ekrjjr ln..Taniiarsf Barae: hfere until some LALOHOE MANAGER OF THE CANAD1ENS, MONTREAL, Dec. Neway Lilo'nde, veteran hockey player, has been named playing manager of the Canadlenj, National. Hoc.key League team (or the coming sen- eon. George will .do the directing from the bench as usual, but Lalonde will dope out ths strategy bf ths game, 'and select the team he thinks best suited to 50 agnlnat the opposition, ENeLISH 'CRICKETERS' SUFFF.R COLLAPSE. SYDNBYr N. S. W., Dec! in match between tho teams was continued here today in heautKui weatVer. 'fha wicket remained In ex- cellent condition. The Auitnlltm Uam completei iU first The Engliih team sutiored tomethlng of a .collapie In Its Innlai fctlrod for CARS OF ALL MAKES OVER. HAULED AND REPAIRED, I BY J. E. PALMER 322 6TH Five experience with aeroplane engines, Phone 1032. WORK GUARANTEED We Are Experts lri Repairing and Now Tires and Tubes Sold. Bargains tn Second Hand Tires LETHaRIOQE VULCANIZING WORrJS 712 3rd Avenue South E. Tne Place of AND GIVING AMPLE EVIDENCE OF THE CHRISTMAS SEASON 1 Our kitchen Is handler) by C. L. LAPPERRUQUE, late of Hudjon'V Bay Co. Rejtaurant, Calgary; Hotel La Salle, Chicago; Hotel Plaza, New York Cjty; with the able-assistance of BOB MEY- ERS, are preparing the appetizing viands and pastry torved by our efficient dining-room 8tarT. TISILVER GRILL -LETHBRIDGE'S UP-TO-DATE RESTAURANT MONS, C. and CHA8. E. A news despatch stalea that the i And yet, according to ail information. New has sold Shortstop I Uauhert Is on the ineligible list for Harry Daubert to the Cincinnati Hcds. failure to report to New Orleans. FIFJH e Can Use Something In tho line of from the many they every thlngi no man can hive tojo Viany of to jils fancy. .An of our big of Men's quickly MttlM the'problem of what to give. Father, Son, Brother, or aorne other glrl't Brother, :_. SEE OUR ENORMOUS STOCK OF" HANDSOME TIES f What does not appreciateji It's an ideal present. See .our aro exclusive pat- apmbthIng to please any AT GREATLY RE- DUCED PRICES. SILK SHIRTS Something eyery man longs for, though.jiu does not always buy them for himself. Surprise him with one from our many-' colored stripes.- Wllk Hose, In all Handkerchiefs, A NEAT BELT Something most men wear nowadays', with Ills Inltinl on luckie. GLOVES In Suede, Kid, etc., lined or unllncd. Big aEjortrr.nnt choose front. KNITTED VESTS mean 66mfo'ft..V6iV, p4iiulnr styllshijln i ,wlde range ot ors and palletne. to SUSPENDERS iND HOSE SUPPORTERS All colors, In heat gilt boxes lor Christmas SCARFS in knitted plain, or In Wntlful' slrlres; .all colors. .A host o( other lines too numer- pus lo every 'onb a most acceptable gift for men. LOUIS IKEEL CLOTHES' THE FLORSHEIM.8HOE OLIVER BLOCK, FIFTH STREET ;