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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 22, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PACE 3TX TIIK. LFTHRmUfiF. DAILY -MONDAY, DKCAvMBlCtt 22, 591! UP FATHER' By G. MeManus FEU W.KE -VIKOO YWT TO HONE THM ViEU--l'DWaETO. BE OP THERE. r-> WITHOUT IT- iTt> TO TELL HE MAX NOT BE LIKE TO BE: UP .THE RE; t ir-S-f WEX.L ALL. GE COIH1 HOME IN THEM TWN45 SPENCE BROS. TAXI Oily cud Country Trips-' Heated OH AUTO LIVERY Special Service on Country Trips Phonts 787 Reildcnu 1210 MEET INI LETHBRIDGE CURLERS MADE IT SO HOT IN MAC- LEOD, CHINOOK CAME (From Our Own Correspondent) MACLEOD, Dec. curlers wba vlsllcd. Usl WCC'K and Intend- District League Due to Open onjjj Friday at A. H. A. Hulc; to Govern ed to carry Iho Cadillac ('up back with Ibem, were relieved or the responsibility ot taking it lo .and caring for il during Ihh coming year v by the Maclcod'curlers too well (or them, or rather Iho curling dltj-. riot as H was planned. Poth sides put'up.a 'Kid" FILIPINO EYES TITLE Oer.cio of Manilla Inva- ilon of America HONOLULU, T. H.. Dec, Drncio, a Filipino of Manilla, goon Invade iho Unlled Stales Ticnt tlip. world's llebt-vrclgtit uipioashlp. This is the statement made Sergeant Marry Koiiter. of army J Ti 1 JVUiLiei. UL iilY. LLQUi Plan Dance lo Raise lunds 1'or, who 'League H. 1'res. Game Will Take Place at Card- fltdn on Tuesday, Decem- ber.30lh ISpedil to the Herald) CARDSTON, Dec. rnenta completed today jrhcrcby Cardston "and Southern 'Alberta In central will have the opportunity of wltneuln? one ef the. but ever it-toed In Alberta.- ;Th? event will take place In the on ri Edmonton, the of Wotern wHI the ft mo IK Browing teanit of the -Tha Cardeton gymniiium, which It prcbibly the In Alberta, will eplendld pertunrty .for these teumi to de- their ticlil, And cerrtett to be Intjsrtftlnff, Arrange- to handle crowd and from prevent the 700 KJtJn0 u- paclty will be grcally Uxed. Large numbert from the neigh- boring towne have signified their intention ot being present. A re- feree from Letribrldge Is being arnngd for. DENTALS WIN IN OVERTIME TGilONTO, Dec. won from the lamoua Kitcheuer team, for- mer holders ol the Allan Cup, by to 3, In Ibe Senior 0. H. A, garni? fccra Saturday: ntghL in the race (or Uie Sportaratn'a Patriotic Cup, bnt oTerUmo wai required tioji. BOUT POSTPONED CLEVELAND, Ohio, v O 21. 10-round bruins contest between. Jimmy "Wilde, or E-ng- land, irortd'a' flyweight chain- plon, and .Girl Tremalne, ol 9 Clarelud, tenUtlTcly scheduled Tor New Day at Canton, fr Ohio, has indefinitely v- C- poitpqped. It was announced to- v night. MACDONALDS Thzt fickle eld girl MIu CfitrinCiky wno Johnny Frost clesn off the rrap last Is still with us and the out: look for ho'liday hockey and skat- ing Is mighty slim, though a couple of cold days would easily mend the damage to the ice at the rink. Tomorrow night's ginie in the city league between Veterans and Taylors, league leaders, IOOKJ mlflhly-ilim. TFiTt will make the second city league game that had to be poilponed on account of the ice. The district league was also ri-ie io be cracked open this week with Lethbrldgo playing Tn leod next Friday nlghU Macleod and Lethbridge are'both ready If ,only tome of that-brand of we a- line- Prey, Porta talked about would put In an- Tiber Is dus the cpener here en Tuesday night Dee. while Macleod optns Plncher Crtek on New Year'i For the benefit ;pf the fani Who" didn't save the 'schadule when first published repeat it here- with. Plncher Macleod, Friday January 9th; Taber, Wed- nesday, January 14th; Lethbridge, Thursday, January 1Mh. Tuei- day, December 30th; Macleod, Thrusday, January 22nd; Plncher Creek, Wednesday, January 21st. Lethbi-ldge, Tues- day, January 20th; Creek, Thursday, January 1st; Taber, Wednesday, January 7th. Taber, Friday, January 30th; Pincher Creek, January 7lhj Mac- leod, December 26lh, i President Dinning received word. Saturday that the A.A.H.A. had -'jeclded on the rules which will be those adopted by the C.A, H.A. This, it Ij believed, pro- vides fcr ilx man hockey, with a 20 fool lln: In front of each goal within which the defending team can make no of (side. ed friends. Eomr. five the via- itors llio credU bMaglng the" Chinook. That' being the case' they word ot more value than' y the curling, as the chlnook si III L'onllnues with, all snow and spring weather, eren dflcr the 17th, which was taken by y some to he. the last game in. ttLs world, "hat there ere Borne v of us slill here, and It Is not ISO belOTT zero. MACLEOD, Dec. 22.-Tlie orBani7a- lion meeting cf club iho Macteod Hockey j n Friday cvbnmg 12th ID Gcp. Jl. Scougiill s orricc and Dcn his way [o Iho Cuast, Kontcr, who has -be on prouiiiicnl in army anil civlliaji siiorL circles In Ma- ullta. 5.iid iho Deiicio holds three orlrn'.al championships, bantain- champion of fcathcri-elRht and li Tbc on, nlnn has Asking Altogether Too Much For '.'Meeting' Georges Car- in very ivcll altendetl. The follow ns paiious and officers wuro cleclcd for.the coming year, Gco. Skcldiog, M.L.A and! L. n. Darnetl. Hon. Kirk. HOD E. P. Xelll, Dr. A. H. X. Kennedy and Mr. A, T. II. ScougalL. H. IJaillic and S. Atkins. A good deal of business was attend- ed to at Ihe moeilng and several let- ters frooi Iho Southern Alberla Dis- trict Hockey League (of which league Maclcod h a meniher) were read. The1 following is the schedule as arranged at the league niceluin SUHLC liuic since -As il was (IfitMM M the league m cell n g lo "guarantee the visiting teams a ceriiin amount to cover ex- penses, It. was arranged that the Mao leod club Ehoulrt holil a dance io try nhd raise the necessary funds to com- mence. There, have beeu a number or very good practices, and the prospects (or the season look very briRht- ,ciu, said Konlcr, Is -Lew liglitwcigbt cliaminon of Austrnlia, lo whom ho lost a decision and the HgULvrciglit title. However, when Edwards IcIL Mauila to return lo Australia Ihc lightweight crown aulonialically went back lo Dcnclo, it is claimed. KiFoTls 'arc oping made lo lake Johtmy Kilbano or Hcnny Leonard lo Manilla to meet Oencio if Hie latter can not get away fnr n of the Konter said. MILWAUKEE, Jack Kearns, manager sty. Trill hive to reduci For-50 per cent. p[ the receipts for a boat "with Georges C'arpentier in. Paris next "July, was (he statement made today by B. F. SUinele, Milwaukee represcntfttive of Theodore Vienne and his associates. Mr. Stcinele said that it is entire- ly out of the riueslion for a promoter i In. France lo pay such a percentage! and no Ilgares thai a womil have to be taken in before there would ua any profit. There are sev- eral taies lo pay by a French pro- molfir. First, Iherc is Ihe war tai on which amounts to 1C1 per cent. Then comes the 10 par ceni. poor tax, "which goes to a fund for In- digenla, and thirdly, It Is the custom in France to BIFE 10 per cent, ot the en- lire receipts lo the newspapers in lieu of advertising. Ot course in a Itlg conlest like the Carpenller-Dempsey maleh, the news- paper percentage would undoubtedly, be cul down Lo five the promoter would have Tii per cent, to work with. Out ot Inis, Dempsey would demand Lwo-thirda of Ihe money, leaving 25 per cent, lo pay Carpentter and all (lie. promotion ex- said Mr. Stclnele. GOLFERSIMTO FORCt TO WED7 Tench Women Decry Bachcior Mood .of Perfect Specimen I'AIIIS, Dec. Cnrpcn- tier, European heavyweight ctinm- pton, is Elilr'iius a match. That is the claim of ,a group ol "cugenist" French wo men, who Insist Lhat Ibe cliampion is uol falfllllng liis patriotic Eugenlcally It la clalmrrl Cariienlier is a supreme specimen o French manhood, nndr the women as- t; "il'lJ hot righl for him to re main childless.11 The protesting women suggesL-a law fort Ihe connuercr 'bl IJccke'l to lissumo the burdens of a fnmiiy find thus -set. an example to other ctbloics wl-.o mccsiirc up h the eugenic standards, It may Lo regarded, however, Ilia CarjienUcr already has l-imerl down the goodly number oT of marriage from aa many members) of the fair ses. Japanese Interests have recently. acquired in Uollvia an extensive trad of ranch land, some ninety in lies long nnu IrreMily broad, in the EO'Jllicru i siaie ot 'i'arijo. One ot tho mosL Important an-] "This transaction follows rapidly nouncGmenls Iti tLie history of upon the purchase in northern Peru alncn the game brought to this Oj a pjecc nf territory pome country in. 1SSS was made'the 1aElJ20.000 sinare miles In Kays week by qfficiflls of Iho United i-lc ynr -Japanese capilalistH Slatca Golf association. Tlie a at Eon will eeutl n coinniltteo lo The League secretary has len the A.A.H.A, secretary asking that all clubs En the league be fur- nished with copies of the new rules. United Slates Association Will Send Committee to England for Spring Conference Eddie Btrgcr Joe Flenileln CITY TAXI SERVICE DAY AND NIGHT Courrtry i Phone 18SC, Office W3 3rrf Ave. 8., Lethbrldge, Alberta. Ride In McLiughOn It coiti no JAPANESE IN 'BOLIVIA land' in the spring lo confer ivlln. the. leading' nriUali golfing bod- ies about -1" in tlio rules :ITO intcrcsLed in Doll via in oilier ways than agriculture, for tlic DARRAGK WITH SENATORS OTTAWA, Dec. Birragh, one of the beat all-round hockey play- ers OUawa has ever proJuced, turned ouL Ihe Senators on Saturday night and will hn "Dltorm Bgalaat Toronloa Wwlncsday night. Guelph Civic neorganlzaliolT Com- mittee recommended to the counci that tho year. recciTC K Stronf Alutninnm Tote IS ED COLLINS SLIPPING? Poor Showing in Series Makes Fans Wondtr SIncR KdAlc Collins' showing in The world's Eeriea, an exhibition far he- low what was expected of the so- callei Vine; ot second haac- ball followers arc bcglnnfns to -won- der how much longer Ihe Elar In- fieldcr at the White Sox will remain al the top of his class. Many noticed signs that he" was [pplog In the fames with the Heels. Certainly he wasn't the G'olllna of, old In Ihe past season battles, He looked no better than Rath, who was not supposed to he In the jamc clasa with Ihc American loaguer. Jt was that Collins was just In a temporary slump' Biich as all pla: no mailer how great, havo every new ami then. His playing In the Icagn? campaign would .hardly bear out the hclinf lhal his Mfo a Ftar ha A zhnut TIIH lie course. >lc played Ms ujnai dependable clurlng the pennant race, Aft Bfjts KO, la still a yomm man. lie Is only but for a l.nll player, anil particularly an Inlleltler, Is a rather ripe ayu. Aritl as service goos hr Is ono of Iho real veterans In Hie hlg lergup.1. Ho het-n playing profeaslonal nl( nnd the proposed zatlou of Ihe golf hall. The selection of Iho committee was naturally deferred until the annual meeting of the U, S.- G. A. on Janu- ary 9- This Joint meeting of HrilUk niiu American Rolling .niogula Rlgnitlcn that many of Lhe (inferences In the game as played (n the two a chanco ot re- moved. the stymie and Ibe use of the Schcneclady putter will be deliberated anrl decisions The first move was made slnco )901. lie haa como anil go In Ihc national pastime. HAD BANNED LITERATURE Dec. Alt ran, i Calgary nludenl at Ihe University of, Alhorta, was br.-calcd Friday by Do- minion police officers for having the banned book, "The In his room. lie- was releaKtrl on hall- Tho room of felink, a nfcHlcIne HaC.slii- waa alao acarched LuL iiolhlng wan fouai temher, vrlicn Hie Jloyal and legation tn Tokio hna been approach- ed in connection with lease of Mn nine.s ami the construction of rallwaya. which Japaiiugc arc prcpar ed liotJi to Ijnthl and to operate. "Japan, probably aims at several tlifngs In thiiA investing In Ilollvla and I'eru. Sho ivanls rubber, as cer- tain nf hfj pi an a have not gone fmoolhly In the Straits Settlements. She also vvmits wool' ami collon. As labor iinohlainabln In Ihoac Klona, v.'Jiich arc only onc-nlnctlclh ns populated as Japan, plans already have been made to stlllo Japanese laborers on the Irucia acquired. "Jagflii would Ihen liavo three col- ..ik'p, In u'ldcly parts of CommlUee of St. Andrews, the i Sao J'aulo, llrnzil; golf body, nf Groat JJrilaln. j [Li Kouthofn Uollvin, and In Ixirclo Izcu" following the war. One of the I'rovinre In Peru, ncsidpfi cxporUng these colonies, Japan ta ccrlnln lo oulIU up great, trading conncrl'ons clsc-whk-ro HJ rough out Scull i Aincr- principal matters for the propDserl fltandarrtljitinn ofMhr. liall, and slnco thai lime nil England ami Scdllanrl have been Inlcrcjted 'n the ImporlnnL change, which nfiv mean f'irdier nllcraUons of the game. The onnouncement from Iho office of I'rcaldenL Whllney of Ihc association follows "For some weeks Iho secretary of Mm -United Slatca .Colt association his been In Royal and Ancient CommlllC'1 Andrew's, now lhal, Iliat rammltlcp has been reorganized, In retard to tcrlaln morliflcatlons In the rules of golf and the question of Izlnf the golf ball. A great deal of stuly has hccn tlvon Ihoae f-iihlcctr both here and and 11 hn.i been dcenierl wise, In order that Ihero may bo n IhoroTiKh under- standing and better accom- Iho imlttc'1 nf SI. NEGROE3 HAD WHISKEY ON A DINING CAR LONDON, Out., Dec. The police on Saturday night arrested 11 colored men anil confiscated bolllcs ol wliiakey off a Grand Trunk dining car, The men will appear In court Ihla morning. plished, to send a committee rc-prc- renting (he United .Stales Golf nsso- clallon abroad in tho Jiarly sprjng to confer vrilh tlie Iloyal and Anclenl roriimlltce or) Iho aliovc M well as on some iiifnor This co'niriitllce will he appointed al Ihc jioxt meeting of Ilio United Klalc-s I (Jolt Association, on January 0, In Now "York and further particu- lars will bo Ijrougtit out at that lime." Hiram J'roclor, tras ten- lo one year In Durvr-ash for a serious offence a 11-ycAr-old A rkh copiouslather celA viler vtll M Kol NO PLACE TO SPENDYOUR SPARETIME? Drop in to the Dominion Alloys anil enjoy a game or two of KJve I'lns or Ten a good Dominion Bowling Alleys Basement, Dominion Bldg. Entrance on Slrlb Street. THE ONLY RADIATOR SHOP IN SOUTHERN ALBEflTA, THAT MAKES A SPECIALTY OF RADIATORS ONLY. M'o devote our Tiholo lime In radiator problems. ANDY THE RADIATOR MAN Fifth St. 9. tf, Service Station Service Station (or the fambui K-W ;MaBnetos. All makes o( Full repair parh COP rled. All work pnamnleed. MAGNETS RECHARGCO The Roy Electric Co. 618 4th Avfnu'e South "PHONE Electric Welding CAR REPAIRING Lawiord Welding Co. 2nd Avc., Opp. Ltthbrldgt Hotel Phone 1544.. We Have Installed a Full Equip mcnt for Repairing RAOIf.TflRS Can bandla nil makes of cars. Expert Het Air Furnate Work. FREEL ELLIOTT Sheet Metal Worker! 336 elh SI. South 1713 Vimy Auto Repair Shop Jdarns Bleek I3lh Slrtet N. GENERAL REPAIRS FOR ALL MAKES OF CARS, Dy Experienced Mechinice. FORD SERVICE AOENCV TIHES STORAQE ALL WORK IS GUARANTEEU U. F. WILSON, W. TULLOCH Denoyan, formerly of Hanir, Itcd and Cinmoto, died di: SltUIcr, ;